Do you have a 3DS? If you do then you are probably itching to download some cool titles. Nintendo has finally announced a July 28th launch date for its first two downloadable games.
Right alongside of the in-store release of the 3DS XL, the full versions of both Super Mario Brothers 2 and the latest version of Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Age Training will be available for online purchase in Japan. The price will 4,800 yen (about $61) and 3,800 yen ($48).
Nintendo already offers some retro titles and demos to download, but this is the first time they will be offering full versions of 3DS games. This should be some good news to 3DS owners. Now you can finally play Super Mario Bros. 2 without going to the store to buy it.
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