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Submitted by Valay 358d ago | rumor

Nintendo to bring back gifting, 3DS/Wii U VC sharing?

Rumor has it that Nintendo will be bringing new functionality to the eShops and Virtual Console services. (3DS, Wii U)

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PopRocks359  +   358d ago
This is the one feature I was missing most when the eShop initially launched on the 3DS and then on the Wii U later on. Gifting is a great feature and it really needs to make a comeback on these platforms.
silkylove  +   358d ago
Agreed. It's a great feature. Nintendo makes more money and you and your friends get to try out games you might not have bought for yourself.
stragomccloud  +   358d ago
I hope the games will be cross compatible. I really don't want to have to keep buying the same games for each system.
DavidofMilimili   358d ago | Spam
Sgt_Slaughter  +   358d ago
N64 games on the go?! SOLD!
o-Sunny-o  +   358d ago
Good now buy me gifts please. :)

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