Nintendo has officially detailed the content Japanese Nintendo 3DS owners will be able to find on the soon-to-be-launched e-Shop when it opens on June 7.
After the initial firmware update, 3DS owners in Japan will be able to access information and media such as videos, release dates, and user recommendations for Wii and 3DS games, Nintendo says.
The e-Shop will also (shock) include some games, including Super Mario Land and a 3D version of Excitebike. Here's the full list:
- Mega Man in Dr. Wily's Revenge (Capcom, Game Boy, 400 Nintendo Points)
- Kirby's Dream Land (Nintendo, Game Boy, 400 NP)
- Baseball (Nintendo, Game Boy, 300 NP)
- Phantasm (Jaleco, Game Boy, 400 NP)
- Downtown Special Kunio-kun no Jidaigeki Dayo Zenin Shuugou! (Arc, Game Boy, 400 NP)
- Super Mario Land (Nintendo, Game Boy, 400 NP)
- Xevious (Nintendo, 600 NP)
- Excitebike (Nintendo, 600 NP, free until July 31)
- Mystery P.I Kieta Film (G Mode, 600 NP)
- 3D Block Kuzushi (Silverstar Japan, 500 NP)
The promised 'software transfer' feature allowing users to transfer DSi Ware games to the new handheld will also become available on June 7, with the option to also transfer photos, sound data and Wi-FI settings via the free transfer app.
Japanese retailers have confirmed they will begin selling the new 3DS points cards (which you can see below) starting from today.
Western details should be revealed in the next week. Nintendo has confirmed plans to stream its entire E3 press conference live via its official site.