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Nintendo 3DS Ambassador Program Means 10 Free Select GBA Games!


Dec 17th 2011 at 02:24pm by Harold Everton

Harold Everton

Harold Everton, MBA MS ED is an entrepreneur and tech enthusiast who runs several websites. He is also an educator, professional recording artist and commercial actor. Follow him on Twitter.

The big boys over in Japan have announced the completion of the Nintendo 3DS Ambassador program which allowed early adopters of its 3DS system to retreive a bunch of free content for download. According to Nintendo, a slew of new games would be added to the program in Japan and Eurpoe. Whether or not this is implemented here in the U.S. remains to be seen.


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If you have been following 3DS news, you probably already know about a recent price drop for 3DS systems worldwide. While this spelled great news for enthusiasts, early purchasers at the initial higher price point would most likely cringe at the savings they might have had if they just waited a few weeks. To keep customers looking on the bright side, Nintendo released GBA games into the program which would appear in their purchase history, allowing for immediate download. Some of the titles include: Maximum Velocity, Legend Of Zelda, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, and Metroid Fusion among others. All one needs to do is go to the eShop, and look in "Your Downloads" to retrieve the content.


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Give us your opinion. Do you think Nintendo has made it up to customers for their price cut by releasing these new games for free?


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