Nintendo 3DS Tool to Transfer Save Files to Digital Format

The 3DS released back in early 2011 is still one of the most profitable and successful Nintendo consoles with new titles constantly coming in.

Nintendo keeps the console up to date for its fans and this time around, The news was revealed today in a Nintendo Direct released for Japanese eShop.

Nintendo plans to have 46 retail games on the eShop by the end of the month. The change will come on January 30 with titles such as Culdcept, Calciobit, Fire Emblem: Awakening, and Nintendogs + Cats to support it.