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Nintendo isn’t giving up on the 3DS just yet

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At least this is what Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser assures the customers. "We'll continue to support our 3DS family of systems as long as there is demand," he says. The company just launched the handheld-only Nintendo Switch Lite, which makes us think that they might be retiring its “aging” handheld console. But Nintendo isn’t throwing in the towel yet for the 3DS line of systems. As The Verge notes though, there hasn’t been a fresh release for the 3DS recently, and it wasn’t spotted at E3 this year. Nintendo’s big franchise Pokémon has started releasing games for the Switch instead. And while the Switch Lite is less expensive than the Switch, it still isn’t as affordable as the 2DS/3DS line. So, it might take some time before we see the last of this system.


PayPal is now a payment option for Nintendo eShop accounts

If you own a Nintendo Switch and use the Nintendo eShop, there’s now one more payment method you can use. PayPal just announced that the option will be available in select countries (including Canada) for funding Nintendo eShop accounts and buying games and other content on the Nintendo Switch. Aside from that, it can also be used on Nintendo’s official website to add funds for buying software for Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch.

The other countries the PayPal payment option will be available for include: Japan, USA, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, UK, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Slovenia, and Slovakia.


Pokémon Rumble World Game Launches With No Micro-Transactions

Pokémon fans and parents of little Pokémon fans will be happy about this new release. Pokémon Rumble World launches today in a complete game experience package exclusive to Nintendo 3DS joining the fan base who have already discovered the game in the Nintendo eShop as a free-to-start game.

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Nintendo Super NES classics to come to the 3DS

Feeling a bit nostalgic for some Super Mario World, F-Zero or Pilotwings? Nintendo has announced that they plan to bring some Super Nintendo games to the new 3DS and 3DS XL. Those in the US are getting the three aforementioned games already with six other coming in the next few weeks. Those other games include Super Mario Kart, EarthBound, and Donkey Kong Country, which are expected to arrive starting March 24th. After that there will be The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Metroid, and Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy Kong’s Quest.

These games will come out in either special 3DS-specific enhancements or with the “Perfect Pixel” setting if you want get nostalgic and play these in their native resolution. However, your console SNES purchases won’t make its way to your mobile gaming consoles. And no word yet if we’re getting the games yet here in Canada. Will let you know for any updates.

Source: The Next Web