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Posted 19 November 2012 - 04:59
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Considering that they promised to open up this functionality in the future, it just seems like they ran out of time to implement it. In general, it feels like they ran out of time for a lot of things and had to throw them into a huge launch day firmware update.
The lack of an option to recover your NIntendo Network Account is ridiculous. You shouldn't be forced to create a new account on a different console. What if the original console breaks? What if you want to log into your account on a friend's console? I'd love to know the reasoning behind Nintendo's decision to tie accounts to the console it was created on.
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Posted 19 November 2012 - 12:41
They've been saying they'll tie your purchases to your account and be able to transfer your data between consoles since i think the DSi Shop days.
When i recently traded in my 3ds for an XL, i found out the hard way. I lost my ambassador status as it is tied to the console, not my account. Pretty good, why give us an SD card slot it we can't use it to trasnfer data!
Nintendo seriously don't have a clue when it comes to online functionality. They make decent games but everything else they do looks like amateur hour.
Posted 19 November 2012 - 13:42
The system transfer option should allow you to keep it your ambassador status. If you foolishly traded in your 3ds before getting the XL and doing the transfer then it is your fault and you have noone to blame and noone to cry to but yourself.
Anyone else interested what the PC part may mean?