As of December 9, 2013, Nintendo Network IDs were implemented onto the Nintendo 3DS, becoming required for downloading free demos from the e Shop, replacing the previous system in which e Shop purchases were tied to a single system.
Players who own both a Wii U and a Nintendo 3DS are able to link a single Nintendo Network ID to both systems, allowing funds added from credit cards or pre-paid cards to be shared across both systems' e Shops.
One of our ongoing projects is the creation of essential video sport kite tutorials that appeal to both beginners and hard core fliers on dual or quad line kites – over twenty five years of experience go into our videos…
The tutorials are casual in nature but very detailed, working through basic to master techniques so that viewers can learn and improve their kite flying at a comfortable, yet efficient speed.
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The Nintendo DSi Shop closed on March 31, 2017, but DSi Ware available on the Nintendo e Shop will be unaffected.
Nintendo Network IDs are user account systems for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, which allows players to access certain online features such as the Nintendo e Shop and Miiverse.
While we’re passionate about creating tutorials such as these, it takes a significant amount of time and effort to plan the narration, find good venues for video, do repetitive filming, video editing, uploading and organizing…
We work to make the essential ( tutorial access to our official Kite Life subscribers.