Something like a Playstation + for 3DS from Nintendo?

#1jim200Posted 12/1/2012 10:55:14 PM
I want to get a 3DS someday.

What will make me get it sooner is a program like PS+ on the 3DS.

Anything like it right now?

Thanks!
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#2b1gt0nePosted 12/1/2012 11:01:28 PM
It cheapens the experience. The free games make me think I'm playing shovelware.
#3arthur8642Posted 12/1/2012 11:02:54 PM
No, 3DS doesn't have a premium program that pretends to give you free games, then takes them away if you stop paying for it.
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#490sRetroGamingPosted 12/1/2012 11:10:49 PM
arthur8642 posted...
No, 3DS doesn't have a premium program that pretends to give you free games, then takes them away if you stop paying for it.


lol +1
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#5hypermoePosted 12/1/2012 11:19:04 PM
Coming from someone whose tried PS+ its not worth it, and with the games out for the Wii, and its eshop content i doubt it would be better than Sony. I just dont understand services like this. The games they give out arent even all that good, or if it is more than likely one already owns it. For me i dont even think i got my money worth with PS+ since like i said before the game offered were either already owned, or of little to no interest for me. Granted now they offer Vita titles which would have helped a little since i have wanted to try Uncharted and Blobs.

With Nintendo would they honestly give out titles like Super Mario, or their eshop content for free? they would also need 3rd party devs to agree to have their games offered, if not then the content given out would be all that worthwhile.
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#6HaderiaPosted 12/1/2012 11:20:40 PM
From: arthur8642 | #003
No, 3DS doesn't have a premium program that pretends to give you free games, then takes them away if you stop paying for it.

Spoken like a true Nintendrone. For $18 you get dozens of free retail games that would cost hundreds of dollars normally for 3 months. A lot better than paying $40 for each game and then selling that for 10% of your money back.
#7arthur8642Posted 12/1/2012 11:36:21 PM
Haderia posted...
From: arthur8642 | #003
No, 3DS doesn't have a premium program that pretends to give you free games, then takes them away if you stop paying for it.

Spoken like a true Nintendrone. For $18 you get dozens of free retail games that would cost hundreds of dollars normally for 3 months. A lot better than paying $40 for each game and then selling that for 10% of your money back.


...and then takes them away if you don't pay up.

I'd rather get gamefly, and get cross platform rented games.
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#8iLLsteezePosted 12/1/2012 11:40:06 PM
It's a glorified gamefly.
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#9notacosPosted 12/1/2012 11:52:04 PM
iLLsteeze posted...
It's a glorified gamefly.


Please do enlighten us with your vast knowledge...
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#10arthur8642Posted 12/1/2012 11:54:46 PM
notacos posted...
iLLsteeze posted...
It's a glorified gamefly.


Please do enlighten us with your vast knowledge...


You pay for the right to rent the games. Simple enough comparison.

Only gamefly lets you get games for Nintendo and Microsoft too.
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