NintendoTV launches on 3DS

A quick word from out lovely friends at Official Nintendo Magazine:

After more than 60 episodes on the Wii's Nintendo Channel, NintendoTV is now available to stream in 3D from the Nintendo eShop on the 3DS. Every month there'll be a brand new episode featuring exclusive 3D gameplay and behind the scenes features all filmed in amazing 3D.

The first episode which is available now, features 3D gameplay from our games of the month, Mario Kart 7 and Super Mario 3D Land. We're also rounding up some of our other favourite titles including Super Pokemon Rumble and FreakyForms. And our 3D feature this month comes to you from the Mario Kart 7 launch event in London. 

If that isn't enough we're also giving viewers the chance to win an Ice White 3DS console and some top Nintendo titles.

NintendoTV is available exclusively on your 3DS console from Thursday the 15th of December and in 2D from your Wii's Nintendo Channel from Friday the 16th of December. 



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  • Foodperson - December 15, 2011 8:20 a.m.

    I hear a British accent, so it's probably not an American release. I wish I am wrong, though.
  • Joco84 - December 15, 2011 8:18 a.m.

    It's encouraging to see that Nintendo are finally starting to realise the potential of online gaming and providing services for the 3DS. Since Mario 3D Land launched, I have been constantly on my 3DS with: - SM3DL - MK7 - Cave Story 3D - Pullblox (Pushmo) - Kirby - Streetpass Quest 2 (FindMii) Keep up the good work Nintendo, still not perfect, but it's a start.
  • shawksta - December 15, 2011 10:05 a.m.

    Yes, Mario Kart 7's Online Community is the best thing Nintendo has done in Stepping it up on Online Multiplayer, adding services to the 3DS is good too but remember that Nintendo doesnt want to add too much unneccesary things like sony and Microsoft,their not a media maker, just a few conveniences, otherwise its all for gaming, which I am interested in seeing what they'll do.

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