Satoru Iwata has recently explained to investors that the e-Shop is going to be improved with multiple new features, mainly 3D demos and sleep-mode downloads.
The demos will unfortunately be only for games that have already been released. No sneak peeks of coming titles.
Nintendo is also launching a browser version of the store for PC’s and mobile devices.
The japanese company is even going to support DLC and micro-transactions in the future!
“We are aiming to accelerate our digital business, the importance of which is expected to become even higher in the future. Several new functions will be added to the Nintendo eShop.”
Nintendo has just released some amazing trailers directly from their Tokio game Show 2011 Conference.
All the heavy hitters are here in glorious 3D, so go now to the Nintendo 3DS e-Shop and download them!
The available trailers are for the following games:
-Super Mario 3D Land
-Mario Kart 7
-Kid Icarus: Uprising
-Paper Mario 3D
-Luigi’s Mansion 2
-Mario Tennis 3D
This week sees the release of two of the most awaited Nintendo e-Shop games: The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition and the venerable Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins.
The first one will be a completely free release commemorating the 25th anniversary of Zelda, while the second one will cost around 5$ and it’s obviously being released now to get people hyped for the Super Mario 3D Land launch in November.
Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary will feature a single player mode as well as the multiplayer mode which we all loved some years ago.