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‘Fire Emblem Fates’ is leaving the Nintendo eShop in February 2023

The Wii U and 3DS eShops will no longer be able to take purchases from March 2023

Konami is working to bring back delisted ‘Metal Gear’ games

"We are preparing to resume sales of titles that have been temporarily suspended."

Nintendo pirate Bowser’s court transcripts reveal case opportunity to “educate” the public

The U.S. District Court Judge said the sentencing was "sending a message"

‘The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time’ PC port can now be played at 60FPS

The new update also includes a range of accessibility options

Nintendo reveals the best-selling 3DS eShop titles in Japan

Each year from 2011 to 2020 was detailed

‘Terraria’ developer is back for more with a surprise new update

Almost 18 months ago, it seemed that development on ‘Terraria’ was coming to a conclusion. There was the ‘Journey’s End’ update, which was the fourth major expansion which hit in May 2020 which was designed to bring the game to a place where it was considered “complete”. However, then ‘Journey’s Actual End’ was released on October 13th, 2020, and that was it: properly finished this time. Or not, as it seems, because the developer Re-Logic is back for another update, fittingly titled the ‘Labour of Love Update’.

Nintendo closing Wii U and 3DS eShops in 2023

It had been previously known to be coming, but Nintendo has announced via a blog post the official date that it will be closing the eShop for 3DS and Wii U purchases, meaning that if you wanted to buy a game or even enjoy retro titles to “own” digitally, you won’t be able to do that after March 2023.

Nintendo 3DS and Wii U online shops to close in 2023

A Q&A section said the company had "no plans to offer classic content in other ways [outside of Nintendo Switch Online]", but this has been removed

‘Metal Gear Solid 3’ players discover a clever feature on the 3DS version

Colonel... There's something wrong with my Nintendo 3DS!
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