Out with the old, in with the New... slowly
Earlier this week Nintendo published a handy video guide to a New Nintendo 3DS system transfer, but as promised we're providing a written equivalent that somewhat matches the pace of the process. Trust us, this'll take you longer than three and a half minutes, and we'll also aim to cover off any gaps in...
Naturally it'll take you longer than 3.5 minutes
There are good odds that a large number of gamers that pick up a New Nintendo 3DS this week will be upgrading from an older model. Before selling or trading in the older system - or putting it away for safekeeping - most will naturally want to transfer their content across to the shiny new hardware...
The Wii to Wii U system transfer may not be the most flexible or easy process, but we should be pleased that it is available, allowing those anxious for access to their WiiWare, Virtual Console and Wii save data to carry on with their shiny new system. The excellent LostWinds was an anomaly, however, as it was a game that could not be...
Don't forget the extra TV
Though Wii U has been available in North America for nearly a month, Nintendo is still producing information and videos to help new owners get the most out of their systems. One strength of the new console, something that Nintendo's been offering for a number of years on different systems, is full backward compatibility...
Pay close attention
One feature pre-occupying the minds of some potential Wii U owners is the process to move their WiiWare and Virtual Console data onto the new console. With backwards compatibility a big part of the system — for some gamers — having access to years' worth of purchases is a welcome bonus. Of course, with Wii not having a user...
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