Contrary to popular belief, yes, it is possible to retrieve stolen 3DS download

#1WaWaluigi803Posted 10/5/2013 2:49:12 PM
games.

Here is the e-mail I got when I e-mailed Nintendo about getting back my E-shop games from my stolen 3DS.

Hello,

Thank you for writing, and for your patience in waiting for our reply in this busy time of year. I’m sorry to hear that your Nintendo 3DS system was stolen. I urge you to continue working with your local law enforcement to locate it.

If you have already replaced the system, we may be able to assist you with recovering your Nintendo eShop content. However, before we can determine what options we would be able to offer, we would will need you to send us a copy of your police report. Reply to this email and attach it to your response, or fax the information to the attention of our Administration group at:

(425) 861-2751

In either case, please include the following information with the copy of the report:

• Your name
• Your address
• Your email address
• Your stolen system’s Serial Number
• Your new system’s Serial Number (if appropriate)
• Your phone number and a good time to reach you

Once we receive the report, someone will be in contact with you regarding your situation. We look forward to hearing from you and wish you the best of luck in your search.

Sincerely,

**** *******
Nintendo of America Inc.
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#2mrjack3112Posted 10/5/2013 2:53:57 PM
Didn't we already establish this? But that's great news TC, I'm happy for you
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#3AdamantRockPosted 10/5/2013 2:54:56 PM(edited)
Retrieving games on Steam isn't some kind of bureaucratic nightmare. Just download the client, download the games and you're set. Same deal for the App Store and Google Play. It's 2013, Nintendo needs a better solution than this.
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#4scigeek101Posted 10/5/2013 3:05:54 PM
AdamantRock posted...
Retrieving games on Steam isn't some kind of bureaucratic nightmare. Just download the client, download the games and you're set. Same deal for the App Store and Google Play. It's 2013, Nintendo needs a better solution than this.


This,

There really is no excusing Nintendo's system when literally everybody else does it better.
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#5Yelnam-26Posted 10/5/2013 3:06:56 PM
mrjack3112 posted...
Didn't we already establish this? But that's great news TC, I'm happy for you


Some people still don't believe it.
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#6DeremorsePosted 10/5/2013 3:25:26 PM
Doing it is one thing, but doing it without a sea of redtape headaches is another.
#7NemerlightPosted 10/5/2013 3:25:52 PM
Serial Number

I should probably write that down.
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#8zinformantPosted 10/5/2013 3:31:56 PM
Nemerlight posted...
Serial Number

I should probably write that down.


Couldn't you look it up online on your Club Nintendo account?
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#9Baha05Posted 10/5/2013 3:32:45 PM
zinformant posted...
Couldn't you look it up online on your Club Nintendo account?


That and the original box
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#10WaWaluigi803(Topic Creator)Posted 10/5/2013 3:39:18 PM
mrjack3112 posted...
Didn't we already establish this? But that's great news TC, I'm happy for you


ha actually no I didn't want to bus to the police station and get a police report just so I could get back games I already beat. The only ones I really wanted were Earthworm Jim and Punch-Out!! anyway.
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