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User Info: Long_Bottom

4 years ago#1
The eshop is going to be down all of October 12th I'm guessing. Nintendo have a 2005 grasp of online so i doubt they've set up that many servers. Imagine the amount of people rushing to download this title once it hits midnight in their territories.

;0; I was hoping to get this as a digital title tbh but we'll see. Hopefully the rest of the UK thinks otherwise.
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User Info: Ultima546

4 years ago#2
I tried to think of a sufficiently appropriate meme to answer your query, but I couldn't manage to combine the couple of concepts I had floating around in my head, so I'll give you a straight answer.

It'll be fine. This is not y2k.
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User Info: Gold Ursaring

Gold Ursaring
4 years ago#3
I'd imagine so. They know how much other popular titles have sold digitally and when. With this information they could plan for temporary server increases accordingly.

The 3DS eShop has been pretty good to me recently. The last time I had problems was Link's Awakening.

User Info: jneal57

4 years ago#4
personaly i am not ready to get a digital pokemon yet.
i am getting both physical
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User Info: Missingno_Mastr

4 years ago#5
I won't have to worry about this, as I'll be buying physical copies of both games.

User Info: GilgameshSwords

4 years ago#6
I just hope it does not have the problems that Animal Crossing is

User Info: Lexifox

4 years ago#7
Does anyone else remember when they did the Dream World thing for Japan and they had to close it for like, a month because of the overwhelming response?

And then when Not-Japan got the Dream World after ANOTHER delay because they learned from the Japanese thing but they ended up with extended downtime anyway?
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User Info: Serebii from SPP

Serebii from SPP
4 years ago#8
Of course they do.

The fact people think Nintendo has an online infrastructure of 2005 is a massive misnomer. It's all because they use friend codes, which I feel is a better thing than usernames (some git stole Serebii on the Wii U Nintendo Network).

The Wii U and 3DS have proven they are fully capable of online, and a worldwide release will be fully possible else they wouldn't do it. The servers may be a bit slow at first, but they won't collapse or anything. Nintendo do this all the time now
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User Info: TherianReturns

4 years ago#9
Don't know, don't really care. Will get the game in-person, midnight release if need be. #PokemonMaster
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User Info: Sephirotht

4 years ago#10
Seeing as I'll need to get a 3DS first, I'll probably won't get X or Y the first day.
Probably wouldn't anyway, as I'll need to know the differences between the games before I can decide wich to get.
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