If you were hoping to play 3DS games on the Swtich, Nintendo has now officially dashed your hopes, announcing that the upcoming console will not offer backwards compatibility via physical media.
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Nintendo's Scott Moffitt has recently revealed that the company's 3DS series "is here to stay" despite the move to mobile platforms, particularly because the 3DS has significantly outsold competitors.
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Nintendo has announced its plans to release an improved version of its 3DS and 3DS XL. Although the release will only be in Japan for now, you can bet it'll be released globally in the near future.
Nintendo has recently unveiled a new product line-up set to be compatibile with the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The wireless technology hopes to provide seamless interaction within the gaming experience.
Nintendo has announced it has cut its fiscal year sales forecast for the Wii U console to just 2.8 million and that it will have an operating loss of $336 million for the year.