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Ambassador Titles Receive Additional Features

By Kevin on Dec 23 2011 04:32 AM
Things are starting to look up for 3DS owners, Ambassadors and non-Ambassadors alike. Back in July, Nintendo made the following statement before rolling out the first wave of Ambassador titles:

"These will be 2D games. They are not 3D Classics. When the NES games become available to the general public later this year, they will include additional features such as multiplayer simultaneous play. Ambassadors will then be able to download those updated version at no cost."

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I wouldn't say it's ironic that the first Ambassador title to be released to the public via Nintendo eShop is The Legend of Zelda. While it's only currently available in the Japanese region, it's a true sign that great things will soon follow to the other regions. In fact, The Legend of Zelda has already been updated to support the creation and loading of restore points; just like the eShop Game Boy games. The update also included a digital manual for the game, as well as a sleeker looking menu icon. I suspect those of us in the other gaming regions will soon be able to enjoy the updated NES ambassador titles. I, personally, am looking forward to playing some simultaneous gameplay online with a few friends.

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