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What’s in the New Nintendo 3DS System Update Today?

Posted by TurtleGirl On June - 7 - 2011

Have you updated your Nintendo 3DS today?


The new system update provides a source of information about the latest games you can purchase through the eShop, including some free games including 3D Classic ExciteBike,Pokédex 3D and the chance to comfortably browse the Internet Browser which includes choices of Google or Yahoo. You can also receive software via SpotPass.


Just put your system into Sleep Mode while it can connect to the internet and you may find new software has been added to the home menu when you open the system again.

3D Classic ExciteBike allows you to play the game and record your best times, it will be available for free until the 7th July in the UK. The Pokedex 3D gives gamers the chance to view 16 Pokemon in 3D. Gamers will be able to see the HP, Attack, Height, Weight, Sp Def, and Speed of each of the individual Pokemon and even hear the noises of the Pokemon. You can sort by name and it offers gamers a search facility. There’s also a video highlight of Dead or Alive: Dimensions 3D trailer. You’ll be able to see the latest videos and newest software from the recent arrivals section. The Charts section is where you can view software and video charts and select the chart you wish to view.  3DS users will also be able to add any software title that you find interesting to the Watch List.

The new update also allows you to submit reviews on titles you’ve played. Here you’ll be able to enter Male or Female, age and how many stars you rate a video game. You can use a Nintendo eShop Card or a Credit Card to add funds to the Nintendo 3DS system.

What’s inside the e-Shop today?

The Virtual Console has a selection of old school style games that you would have originally played on the Game Boy. You can also view these through video too. These include;

Super Mario Land : £3.60

Tennis : £2.70

Alleyway : £2.70

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The DSiWare Highlights

Shantae: Risky’s Revenge: £10.80

Mario vs. Donkey Kong Mini March Again: £7.20

PiCOPiCT: £4.50

Pop + Solo: £4.50

Tetris Party Live: £4.50

Mighty Milky Way: £7.20

Reflect Missile: £4.50

Dark Void Zero: £4.50

AlphaBounce: £4.50

Rytmik: £7.20

Maestro Green Groove: £4.50

3D Space Tank: £7.20

Plants vs. Zombies: £7:20

Pop Island Paperfield: £1.80

Aura-Aura Climber: £1.80

Glow Artisan: £4.50

A Little Bit of … Dr Mario: £4.50

GO Series Ivy the Kiwi? Mini: £4.50

ZENONIA: £7.50

Surfacer: £4.50

The new update will show you the payment options. Nintendo eShop supports Nintendo eShop Cards, which will become available to purchase in retail outlets from the end of June 2011.

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