3DS Nintendo Network is DYING

Discussion in '3DS - Nintendo Network' started by SmaArty1, Mar 19, 2019.

  1. SmaArty1
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    SmaArty1 Newbie

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    Hey guys! I am a newbie here, and I don´t speak english very well, so, this post can have a LOT of english fails!
    So, with the Nintendo Switch growing, the 3DS is being discontinued. Maybe he will last until 2020, and after this, no more games and no more Online Service! I think this community have a lot of 3DS apps and services developers, so, can we make a 3DS Network Service, like Wiimiifi (on Wii). I don´t know nothing about developing anything for 3DS, so, I need your help, if you are a 3DS homebrew developer. So many peoples are still using his/her 3DS to play online on with friends. I think homebrew is saving our 3DS, and with some coding, we can save our 3DS again!

    Thank you for the attention

    I DONT SPEAK ENGLISH

    See ya... <3
     
  2. AmaarkaS

    AmaarkaS Newbie

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    no the online service will not be deleted for 3ds
     
  3. SmaArty1
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    Yes, not now (i think) But it can be ended
     
  4. monkeyman4412

    monkeyman4412 Gbatemp's moronic trash

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    Darn, I can't come up with something edgy
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    It won't end anytime soon. The reason the wii servers shutdown was because it was based on a website called gamespy which was shutting down and not part of nintendo's control.
     
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  5. AdenTheThird

    AdenTheThird GBATemp's official Weedle fanatic!

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    The 3DS servers are actually even more populated than the WiiU ones just because of the sheer number of people that own the 3DS. The Switch can even interact a little with 3DSs based on Friend Codes, which means that the online services are not going to be discontinued until probably at LEAST 2025. And what @monkeyman4412 said.
     
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