The first update for Nintendo’s 3Ds console will be free of charge and available to 3DS owners on June 6th (North America), the company announced today via a press release.
The update will mark the grand opening of the 3DS online store ( or eshop) for purchasing and downloading games and other content. There will alse be the inclusion of an internet browser.
To kick off the update with a homerun, Nintendo are offering a free classic NES game remastered in 3D. Excitebike 3D will be free to download until July 7th.
In other news, the 3DS’s little brother will be getting a nice price drop on June 5th, bringing the DS Lite down to a tempting $99 retail.
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