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Nintendo 3DS eShop and browser landing on June 6th

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Nintendo will launch the 3DS web browser and eShop on June 6th during the E3 game tradeshow in Los Angeles. A post on Nintendo’s website confirms: “The Nintendo eShop will be enabled through a system update which has been announced for the evening of June 6, 2011. We’ll have more information for you after this update becomes available.” The eShop should allow 3DS users to download extra game content directly to their devices, although it’s unclear what else will be available at launch. Nintendo has said that a Netflix client is in the works, so our fingers are crossed that it’s part of the package, too. We reviewed the Nintendo 3DS in early April and the lack of an eShop, Netflix, and web browser, were some of our biggest gripes with the device. Also Read - Microsoft pushes new Edge browser for Windows 7 and 8 users

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  • Published Date: May 13, 2011 8:27 AM IST
  • Updated Date: May 13, 2011 11:59 AM IST



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