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1. Posted: Sat 30th Oct 2010 20:52 BST
Satoru Iwata has revealed many important details about the Nintendo 3DS Shop application. Users will be able to watch trailers and download demos for games as well as check out user reviews and the “Most Popular” list.
The shop is separated into various “racks,” which are used to group different types of downloadable games together. These don’t appear to be the traditional type of category like “Action” or “Racing” games, but Nintendo-specific themes like “Mario” and “Donkey Kong.” Selecting one of these racks opens a sub-screen that horizontally lists the different games available within this rack. Selecting one of these individual games brings up a further sub-screen that has a number of options.
Of course, you’ll be able to see details about the game, but you’re also able to:
Edited on Sat 30th October, 2010 @ 20:54 by Macaronius
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2. Posted: Sat 30th Oct 2010 21:08 BST
I'm SUPER excited about the possibilities.
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3. Posted: Sun 31st Oct 2010 02:00 GMT
A lot of that was already revealed from that one video. However, user ratings is an excellent addition. The listings will now have meaning, rather than "most popular" being "most sold". (Remember how WarioWare Express stayed on the Most Popular DSiWare list for ages? Yeah.)
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4. Posted: Sun 31st Oct 2010 02:04 GMT
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