Hardcore Gamer: The past couple of days have been rough for Nintendo.
Hopefully they will use the stolen money to fix their crappy online service.
It's reasons like this why I love that Nintendo will always have physical copies available.
Sounds to me like they need to work out some more kinks. I'm glad I haven't messed with putting any funds on my account lately.
Nintendo is very generous when it comes to these disputes. During the Myst fiasco they offered me a refund, even though I purchased a physical copy instead of the digital version. (they aknowledged the Eshop info influenced the sale) In these cases it's highly unlikely that they'd refuse a refund: Even if you do get turned away you can file a claim with the credit card company and most likely get the charges reversed-with additional fees charged back right back to them.
Yeah, I remember the early price drop of 3DS console and the gifts that nintendo offered to those who bought the console in day-one. I have never seen that but i have never seen an early price drop console too....
Lucky me. I just want to get a $30 eshop card for Ace Attorney. But after seeing this news, i should delay it until nintendo fix their eshop.
Giftcards should work fine. The article is talking about credit cards.
Ok, thx for the info admiral :)
site hardcore gamer who have been posting lies about eshop
Got some proof to back this statement up?
Remember that post made by HCG about the eShop turning your Wii U game tablet into an X-ray viewer? Me neither, but that would have been amazing.
What a shame
this happened to me i called customer service they were able to find the card deduction and apply the game to my account. even though nintendo doesnt have the best online experiences and console setups they do have spectacular customer service. they always have everytime i have contacted them.
Do we know if it's worldwide or limited to certain regions?
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