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  1. Nintendo's Wi-Fi service will be no more after May 20th. This news was announced in an Australian press release and was later confirmed by a Nintendo representative to be worldwide termination of the service. Although you will no longer be able to race world wide in Mario Kart, or see someone's village who is far away in Animal Crossing, Nintendo will still allow access to both the Wii's Shop Channel and the DSi Shop. So you will still be able to purchase and download digital titles following May 20. Nintendo also released, on their Australian website, a list of Nintendo published games that will no longer have online access enabled. Also note that 3DS and Wii U games will be unaffected by this. So was it time for Nintendo to close the door on the Wii and DS's Wi-fi services? Will this encourage you to now buy a Wii U or a 3DS? Leave your thoughts in the comments below. SOURCE: IGN This post has been promoted to an article
  2. Nintendo's Wi-Fi service will be no more after May 20th. This news was announced in an Australian press release and was later confirmed by a Nintendo representative to be worldwide termination of the service. Although you will no longer be able to race world wide in Mario Kart, or see someone's village who is far away in Animal Crossing, Nintendo will still allow access to both the Wii's Shop Channel and the DSi Shop. So you will still be able to purchase and download digital titles following May 20. Nintendo also released, on their Australian website, a list of Nintendo published games that will no longer have online access enabled. Also note that 3DS and Wii U games will be unaffected by this. So was it time for Nintendo to close the door on the Wii and DS's Wi-fi services? Will this encourage you to now buy a Wii U or a 3DS? Leave your thoughts in the comments below. SOURCE: IGN
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