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Nintendo Partners with Best Buy for 3DS Downloads

Posted on Tuesday, May 17 @ 08:14:27 PST by

Don't have access to Wi-Fi? Living in a van down by the river, and completely unable to connect your Nintendo 3DS to the world wide web? Fret not. Best Buy and Nintendo have the answer for you.

Starting on June 7th -- which coincidentally is one day after the eShop enabling firmware update -- Best Buy will begin offering 3DS owners "customized, automatic wireless access at some 1,000 select Best Buy store locations". The service will give users access to a variety of content via the 3DS's built-in Wi-Fi and SpotPass functionality.

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