The Nintendo Wii shop is now available online, and it is returning after months that it was inaccessible to the public, even those with games already purchased and downloaded before. Now, it returns for the best, and it aims to give gamers a chance to experience the revolutionary console that was first released in 2006 and brings the first online connectivity for all consoles.
According to a report by GameXplain, the Nintendo Wii online shop is back online after months of being inaccessible and down for all gamers. Now, without any announcements or notice from Nintendo, the Wii online shop is allowing people to access their previous games and download them to their devices to bring the titles to their console.
However, the YouTube page said that users should not expect to keep the games forever, and according to ComicBook Gaming, it may get canceled or phased out by Nintendo without notice. Nintendo previously said that the Wii eShop will vanish completely one day, and it may not warn gamers about this, as the Wii is not the company’s focus anymore.
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The catch here is that the Nintendo Wii Shop will only give gamers a chance to access the game that they already purchased from the online eShop. The public would no longer have the chance to access them and buy them from the company as Nintendo discontinued it last 2019.
The company only brought back the service for gamers to download their online games, and that is the best that Nintendo offers for all.
Since March this year, the world saw a massive outage for the Nintendo Wii and DSi eShops, and it canceled the support for the existing games on the platform that stemmed until now. It gave the gamers no choice but to cease their gaming for the Wii console and focus on modern gaming options like the Nintendo Switch and other offers from the company.
The outage started in March, and it stemmed up to now, marking a long time before Nintendo got to fix the shop for the public that still uses old consoles. It remains unknown if the company wants to phase out the Wii and DSi experience and push the public to use the Switch alone for all Nintendo experiences for gaming and lifestyle.
Nevertheless, the Nintendo Wii eShop is back online now, and this is a win for gamers who focus their experience on the Wii for its motion-sensing features and other experiences available. Old Wii users can access the old games and still download them without any hassle. However, this is something that Nintendo cannot promise for those who have no prior transactions online.
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Written by Isaiah Richard
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