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Nintendo eShop refers to one of three digital storefronts operated by Nintendo Company, Ltd., for games and add-on content on Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, and Switch systems. All eShops are units of the greater Nintendo Network suite of services.
As each eShop is tailored to its own hardware, the services available in each differ according to the target unit's capabilities and its region of origin. Content purchased for a 3DS or Wii U is currently bound to a user's Nintendo Network account, enabling easy transfers between systems of the same type. However, titles available in the Wii U eShop may not be available on the 3DS, and vice versa. The Switch has an eShop as of software update 2.0.0, though a Virtual Console service has not yet been established; neither are content transfers allowed as yet.
Each eShop has an extensive catalog of Nintendo-published software, while third-party titles are rarer. The greater presence for the Final Fantasy series across all eShops rests with Japan as of February 2017, as nearly all titles originating on previous Nintendo hardware have been released. The North American Wii U eShop has only one series title in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance plus the joint Square/Nintendo collaboration Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
- ↑ Schrier, Jason, "Nintendo Switch Will Not Have Virtual Console At Launch",Kotaku, 23 Feb 2017