Chosenoneknuckles wrote:Well that [should] end that excuse then...
Mirr0rR3flection wrote:What the. . . .I thought the 3DS eShop games didn't have a limit. (o.o)
Serpent_Seed wrote:2GB is plenty. Was the Resident Evil demo even close to that? It was like 1100 blocks. how many MB is that?
Oregano wrote:Chris Svennson said
Windsor wrote:Oregano wrote:Chris Svennson said
Well there's your problem.
Battlestriker123 wrote:@GhuttoALT Most GameCube games aren't even that big! The max for NOD's are 1.4 GB, and most don't even come close to that size!
Phantastic wrote:Mirr0rR3flection wrote:What the. . . .I thought the 3DS eShop games didn't have a limit. (o.o)
you are probably thinking of this article that was posted back then
http://www.gamespot.com/forums/topic/28 ... strictions
This size limit is pretty good imo and I bet it will be lifted once nintendo adds retail games. But if not then I'm guessing that Nintendo won't be bringing retail games that is over 2gb--metal gear and revelations to the eshop in the future.
The only other restrictions i see is that nintendo does not allow third party to offer free stuff on eshop thus forcing konami to provide a paid application of love plus to transfer data over to the 3ds game. Also Nintendo doesn't allow price drops which is unfortunate.
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