Pokémon Bank has launched in certain Asian countries. (1/2) — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 22, 2014
Please stay tuned to our social channels for updates on availability in other regions, including North America. (2/2) — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 22, 2014
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- Assuming you have already created a Mii for your system, you will need to navigate to your 3DS or 2DS’s System Settings.
- Select Nintendo Network ID Settings. If you do not see this option, perform a System Update.
- Follow the prompts until the option “Create New ID” appears, and then click “Next.”
- Side note: The Nintendo Network ID is NOT the same as a Club Nintendo Account, despite a few similar functions.
- Accept terms and conditions and enter relevant personal information. The country of residence cannot be changed.
- Choose a Nintendo Network ID. It cannot be changed, and it cannot be vulgar. Standard Nintendo fare.
- Create a password, then enter an email address. Take the time to review your information. Changing information with Nintendo is either impossible or ridiculously difficult.
- Navigate to your 3DS or 2DS’s System Settings.
- Select Nintendo Network ID Settings and click “Next.”
- Select “Link An Existing ID”
- Read through Nintendo eShop information and related account information and click “Understood”
- Enter your existing Nintendo Network ID, password and email, then click “Done.”
- Click “Link.”
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Nintendo and The Pokémon Company International have postponed the launch of Pokémon Bank and Poké Transporter - two software applications that were originally scheduled to launch for Nintendo 3DS on Dec. 27 - due to a large volume of traffic to the Nintendo Network service. Due to the high traffic, players are having trouble setting up Nintendo Network IDs and downloading content in the Nintendo eShop on both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. We truly regret the inconvenience, and wish to reassure everyone that providing a solution is our top priority. We apologize for the delay and thank you for your continued patience.
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Re: Wii’s successor system
Nintendo Co., Ltd. has decided to launch in 2012 a system to succeed Wii, which the company has sold 86.01 million units on a consolidated shipment basis between its launch in 2006 and the end of March 2011.
We will show a playable model of the new system and announce more specifications at the E3 Expo, which will be held June 7-9, 2011, in Los Angeles.
Sales of this new system have not been included in the financial forecasts announced today for the fiscal term ending March 2012.
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