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The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

Nintendo’s maintenance schedule for the coming week has updated. At least for now, there’s nothing planned for Switch. Nintendo does have a session slated for 3DS during the middle of the week, however.

Here’s the full schedule:

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

A new system update has just gone live for 3DS. Version 11.14.0-46 is out now for all users. Nintendo says of the latest firmware: “Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience.”

This is the first 3DS update in almost a year. In December 2019, Nintendo addressed an issue with StreetPass.

Nintendo announced that it was ending production of the 3DS family of systems this past September. That means today’s update could be one of the last firmware upgrades.

Shakedown: Hawaii has received a major patch. Version 1.0.4, known as “The Shake-Up Update”, is live on Switch and will be out on 3DS soon as well.

The new update includes a new difficulty mode, new types of shakedowns, a quick menu for upgrades, little tweaks and refinements, and more. Additional information from developer Vblank can be found below.

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

It was about a month ago that Nintendo announced that it’s sunsetting the 3DS. Production has discontinued, meaning no additional units will be shipped to stores. Developers can still technically release new games and the eShop will remain online, but for all intents and purposes, the 3DS’ life cycle is over.

The 3DS originally launched in 2011, so it’s been around for nearly a decade. A massive amount of titles have been released over that span. From Nintendo itself you’ve got games like Super Mario 3D Land, Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Fire Emblem Awakening. Third-parties supported the system with Monster Hunter, the Bravely series, and Shin Megami Tensei IV.

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It’s that time once again. Nintendo leaks have sprung up for what feels like the umpteenth time, and it’s possible that there could be big news to follow. If you haven’t been keeping track of the various leaks over the past several months, we suggest visiting this page and this page.

As for today’s leak, reports have surfaced of a full Pokemon Sun and Moon repository coming online dating from 2014 to 2017. There are also files for the RVT-NDEV (a Wii development system) and three zip files labeled as “ios-releases”. We’ll have to wait and see what sort of discoveries can be gleamed, but there are already some interesting Pokemon findings.