The 3DS is a beloved handheld console from Nintendo, and since its release in 2011 the little machine has sold approximately 76 million units worldwide. It’s no surprise then that the system had tons of incredible software to help it reach that high number.
Recently though, rumors have spread that Nintendo will be removing the option to purchase from the 3DS and the Wii U using the credit card option, as well as removing the ability for developers to submit games for either console, becoming effective January of next year. While support for the consoles is pretty much nonexistent at the present, this may well be the final nail in the coffin for either system.
With interest and support for the 3DS dwindling, many of its games could find renown life on the Nintendo Switch. The Switch has a larger install base after all, selling close to 85 million…
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