|WII / NINTENDO 3DS||Japan|
By Ishaan . May 31, 2011 . 2:43pm
The Nintendo 3DS eShop is scheduled to launch next week, and it appears as though preparations are already being made in Japan to provide a new batch of prepaid cards that are compatible with digital purchases for Wii, Nintendo DSi and Nintendo 3DS.
Here’s a look at the regular prepaid cards, courtesy of Inside-Games:
In addition to these, some stores such as Seven-Eleven will also provide special Mario, Zelda and Famicom-themed cards. Prices for these start at 1,000 yen:
And here’s a glimpse at a couple of the older themed cards. These are only compatible with the Wii and Nintendo DSiWare, and are going to be completely replaced by the new cards:
The Nintendo 3DS eShop will launch during the evening of June 6th in the U.S. (June 7th in Japan). Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype Version was initially supposed to launch alongside the shop, but was later delayed to an unknown date.