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cicivin
10-08-2010, 09:10 PM
Nintendo may put in place free wifi hotspots for nintendo 3ds



Nintendo recently announced the “StreetPass” feature contained in it’s upcoming 3DS handheld system that permits users to download data from the internet without playing per game. As it means big ideas for developers, Nintendo have mentioned in the recent Investor Q&A that international gamers is probably with a slight disadvantage because of loss of WiFi hotspots.



Nintendo had originally looked at incorporating a 3G sim-card system, not unlike the iPad but decided users won’t pay a monthly premium. While SpotPass is avalible via home networks, Nintendo have scored partnership helps owners learn WiFi companies in Japan to begin “Nintendo Zones” the spot that the 3DS should be able to connect freely and instantly on the wireless service.



Nintendo intend to have 2000 the hands down free WiFi zones positioned in Japan by March 2011, even rolling them along to McDonalds stores. Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata announced the firm is desperate to introduce such zones in the states and across Europe;



“We must have the know-how to offer clear-cut reasons for the overseas users that need be happy to carry around Nintendo 3DS every time they depart. Although you'll find that not occupation a conclusion on whether we should always explore the chance of manufacturers Nintendo Zone or r4 card, like our collaborations with NTT East and NTT West, should face the entities which will be offering free Wi-Fi access points, we've been eager to proactively expand the access points to be sure an increasing number of people inside the U.S. and Europe too can feel that needed to be fun to include around a portable gaming device wherever each goes out.”



Nintendo says that such functionality can deliver users plus a “new experience every day”. Content delivered by SpotPass includes 3D videos.

shadowhunter
10-08-2010, 09:22 PM
No links. Stop advertising your site. Also, old info is old. Nice try.

Xeyuzio
10-08-2010, 10:34 PM
No links. Stop advertising your site. Also, old info is old. Nice try.
What's up with all these secret links and old news o_O

Overlord Nadrian
10-09-2010, 08:21 AM
There's still a link left.