The 3ds eshop needs to be devoured

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2 years ago#1
Consumed by the WiiU eshop and chewed up. As the WiiU eshop chomps into it, it molds the 3ds eshop into its own image with its teeth before spitting it out.

If Nintendo doesn't want to merge the two shops together, the least they could do would be to greatly increase the quality of the 3ds eshop. While it isn't lacking in content and software, it's certainly lacking in presentation and doesn't exactly do a great job in showing off its weekly updates.
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2 years ago#2
No what it needs is a reminder to someone managing those categories ...

you know ... like how all the demos are not available for purchase through browsing the demo category?

The older demos require a search and the other older 3DSware games need to do the same thing as well.
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2 years ago#3
So far Nintendo have proven themselves not very malleable when it comes to their online stores.

I'm afraid it's very unlikely it will change.

There's also a limit of 500 titles for any search. I looked into finding Shantae while looking at other games on the way and it was never included in the search.
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2 years ago#4
Right now, it is kind of a mess when it comes to certain things.
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