Nintendo 3DS games now available for download


    Nintendo 3DS games now available for download


    Nintendo 3DS is always in the news with exciting improvisations over its consoles and new gaming bundles. The latest news with Nintendo 3DS is that they are getting their first downloadable titles by next week. Super Mario and Brain Training sequels are the upcoming downloadable titles on the way for Nintendo 3DS. It is for the first time they are coming up with an option for downloading fully fledged 3DS games.

    In addition to the in-store availability of the 3DS XL, now gamers have the option for online purchase of Super Mario Brothers 2’s full version and also the advanced version of Dr. Kawashima's Brain Age / Training. The Nintendo 3DS card software will also be made available at the same time so as to download and save the new games with ease. This download card can be purchased from Nintendo’s e-shop or retails stores or online shops.

    Nintendo 3DS is a much popular gaming console with its full fledged features and interesting but user friendly options. Its comfortable price tag is yet another factor which has helped to retain its leadership position in the gaming world. These consoles look attractive too for kids and youngsters as they come in a variety of colour options like black, white, blue, red, pink and also purple. Nintendo keeps on adding interesting themes to their gaming console to improve its popularity among the public. With these latest gaming titles, the gaming console is sure to reach a new level of acceptance among the gaming lovers.

    The downloadable version of Super Mario Brothers 2’s full version can be purchased online at a price tag of around Rs. 3,000/-. The downloadable version of Dr. Kawashima's Brain Age / Training can be purchased online at a pretty comfortable price tag of just around Rs. 2,500/-. These downloadable versions of exciting Nintendo 3DS games will be by July 28. As of now the availability of these new gaming titles is confirmed for Japanese market only. Nintendo lovers all over the world would hope for their availability in other markets too soon.

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