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Nintendo Video arrives on Japanese 3DS tomorrow, American equivalent and Netflix 'later this summer'

Tim Stevens
07.12.11
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It wouldn't be a Nintendo product if the JDM release didn't get special treatment, and that practice continues here for the 3DS. The Nintendo Video service hits the Japanese version of the parallax-busting handheld tomorrow, allowing the download of 2D and 3D content that's been "recommended" by the house Mario built. It's actually the second video service to hit Japanese systems, following SpotPass TV's earlier launch with original content. When will we Americans get something fulfilling? "Later this summer" according to a Nintendo statement, which also confirms Netflix will be available "soon" -- soon enough to save your subscription?

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