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Topic: Use an European new nintendo 3ds in a Latinoamérica country

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Betty96

Hello everyone!

The last years I was living in an European country where I bought a new Nintendo 3ds. But the next year, I'm going to move to Argentina and I have a lot of douts about my console. The Nintendo eshop european of my new Nintendo 3ds will continue operating? If that is the case, can I buy games in the Nintendo eshop with Nintendo eshop cards buys online or with a MasterCard? Or should I change the region to USA because the Nintendo eshop European Will not operating? The latinoamerican games will run in my Nintendo eshop European?

Thank you very much for yours answers and I apologise about my bad English. I don't write in English often. Have a nice day ~

Betty96

Morpheel

Your system will remain as an European system and you will only be able to buy games from the European eShop using European eShop cards or an international debit/credit card.

It will not read the games you will find in Latin American stores, only those made for the European region.

This is hardcoded into the system and changing the country will not help.

Yeah I don’t know either.

Eh! My gameplay videos

3DS Friend Code: 0173-1330-0080 | My Nintendo: Abgarok | Nintendo Network ID: Abgarok

Betty96

Thank you for your help! Well, I'm happy now that I know that. If I can use only the European Nintendo eshop I suppose that is not so bad. It's sad that I can't buy games in a latin store. Yosheel, did you know a reliable web where I can buy european Nintendo eshop cards may be? I confess that I have never buy Nintendo eshop cards online...

Betty96

Morpheel

Sorry, I don’t really know of any reliable eshop card sellers; let alone of European cards. Maybe one of the European users can suggest one.

You could also import physical games from Europe.

Yeah I don’t know either.

Eh! My gameplay videos

3DS Friend Code: 0173-1330-0080 | My Nintendo: Abgarok | Nintendo Network ID: Abgarok

Kimyonaakuma

@Betty96 I've bought eShop cards from PlayAsia and I've never had any problems but they cost a little extra, it's not just the exact amount. I bought some cards for the Japanese eShop but they seem to sell EU/German eShop cards.

I'm guessing that a German card would work for all European systems but I don't know because I live in Scotland (Still a PAL region but we use £ instead of €).

Kimyonaakuma

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