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Tuesday, 24 April 2012 07:45

Nintendo to release 3DS firmware

Written by David Stellmack

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New version on track for release this week

Nintendo will finally be dealing with all of the complaints from users that Home screen on the 3DS is just way too cluttered. Users will finally be able to organize the Home screen when this firmware update finally makes its way to release later this week. (Odds say that it will drop on Wednesday, the 26th.)

While the update is said to address the complaints about the Home screen, it isn’t clear what else might be in this firmware update. The Home screen update is clearly the focus of this update, but sources tell us that Nintendo has made some additional tweaks that will also be a part of this firmware update.

However, most of the tweaks are behind the scenes stuff that we will likely never know the exact entire nature of.


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