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Nintendo eShop
Nintendo eShop logo (new)
The Nintendo eShop icon and logo.
Developer(s)
Nintendo
Platform(s)
Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 3DS XL
Wii U
Nintendo 2DS
Release Date(s)
November 18, 2012 (Wii U)
The Nintendo eShop is Nintendo's current online shop service. The Nintendo eShop was first made available on the system through a system update released on launch day via a wireless Internet connection. With the eShop, users can download exclusive Wii U software, demos and videos, as well as view information on upcoming games. Virtual Console games for NES, SNES, and Game Boy Advance are available, while Nintendo has confirmed that Nintendo DS, and Nintendo 64 games will be added in the future. These games can be played on the Wii U GamePad via Off-TV Play; games transferred over from a Wii console do not support Off-TV Play nor do they support other Wii U Virtual Console features. The eShop is also available on the Nintendo 3DS.


Virtual ConsoleEdit

For a full list of Virtual Console titles, click here.

Virtual Console is a specialized section on the Wii U eShop. With it, you can download classic games released on the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Gameboy Advanced, and Nintendo DS and play them on the Wii U. Virtual Console games on the Wii U can be suspended and users can also create save states anytime. The GamePad is only compatible with these titles through Off-TV Play. Virtual Console is also available on the Nintendo Wii and 3DS.

eShop ExclusivesEdit

For a full list of eShop exclusives, click here.

Apart from the rumored GameCube downloads, it has been comfirmed that you will be able to download specific games. Titles for this currently include:

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