Nintendo to pull the plug on 3D TV service in Japan

Nintendo to pulls the plug on 3D TV service in Japan

If you were still holding out for those 3D-erific videos of cute dogs and sumo wrestlers for your American 3DS via Nintendo’s “Itsu no Ma ni Terebi” service, bad news just got badder. In short, it’s not coming. Ever. In fact, worse than that, the service will take its last look at the rising sun on the 20th of June, as Nintendo has announced that it’s shuttering the service one day short of a year since it launched. There is mention of occasional content coming to both 2D and 3D devices via the Nintendo Video service, but if we didn’t know better, we’d suggest this is Kyoto’s way of saying “I’ll call you”.

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