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1. Posted: Sun 19th Jan 2014 12:51 GMT
Recently, I got my Limited edition legend of Zelda 3DS stolen with 9 games, and I know that there is a slim chance that I'll get it back, but I'm trying anyway.
So far, according to my friend's 3DS, she can see that I'm 'online' right now. She tried to send them a message through Nintendo Letterbox, but to no avail. The only other way i can think of contacting them is through my pokemon Y game, but yet again, those chances are very slim.
Does anyone have any ideas? Or had any problems similar to mine? I would love to hear from you
2. Posted: Sun 19th Jan 2014 16:11 GMT
The best thing you can do is contact your local police.
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3. Posted: Sun 19th Jan 2014 16:59 GMT
The problem is, I was in Portugal at the time, and I live in the UK; there isn't much British police can do.
4. Posted: Sun 19th Jan 2014 20:52 GMT
Well then I would contact the Portugal police and file a report by doing that you can contact Nintendo and then they can take if from there. If you are unwilling to do that well then the only other thing I can suggestion is biting the bullet and rebuying the system and games. If you have tried to make contact with them and they are ignoring you well then the chances of them giving it back without getting the law involved is pretty slim.
Edited on Sun 19th January, 2014 @ 20:54 by Tasuki
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5. Posted: Sun 19th Jan 2014 21:04 GMT
If only we had an online unified account system. I'm sorry about your 3DS hope your problem gets resolved
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6. Posted: Sun 19th Jan 2014 21:06 GMT
don't let the police put "DS" or "Game Boy" in the documents I heard Nintendo can't help transferring your account if it's not officially stated that a "3DS" was stolen.
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7. Posted: Mon 20th Jan 2014 06:41 GMT
That was what I planned to do at the airport, when I noticed it was gone. Except that they didn't speak English.
8. Posted: Mon 20th Jan 2014 06:49 GMT
Can anyone think of another way I could contact them? I have a feeling that this person isn't actually the theif, and if could just explain the situation, they might just accept me refunding them
9. Posted: Wed 22nd Jan 2014 02:47 GMT
I am afraid not. The only way you can contact them is maybe through swap note or whatever its called maybe as you said have a friend of yours contact them through a game with a FC. Other then that I am afraid you are out of luck unless you get the police involved. Even if you don't get your system back if you file a police report you can send a copy to Nintendo and they can help you recover all your data like games and such and then you can put it on a new system.
Edited on Wed 22nd January, 2014 @ 02:48 by Tasuki
10. Posted: Wed 22nd Jan 2014 10:12 GMT
Did you have a Nintendo Network ID on that system? If so maybe you could try to contact him that person through that.
If not i'd contact Nintendo. They should be able to tell you if they can do anything for you and what they'd need to do so.
Edited on Wed 22nd January, 2014 @ 11:39 by alLabouTandroiD
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11. Posted: Wed 22nd Jan 2014 10:22 GMT
I'd like to know how the system was stolen or lost? Was it in the plane, bus or taxi maybe?
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12. Posted: Wed 22nd Jan 2014 11:24 GMT
And this is why Nintendo's system of tying stuff to hardware sucks.....
13. Posted: Thu 23rd Oct 2014 22:12 BST
Someone just today stole my charging 3DS that had Pokemon X in it along with my dear Charizard
By what I'm going through, I really hope you get it back.
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14. Posted: Sun 2nd Nov 2014 10:01 GMT
@FireEmblemLucina how did that happen?