One of those responsible for the customer service of Nintendo , David Marshall, has said that working on a system of unified user accounts for U Wii and 3DS , which may be transferred from one platform to another without any problems. Thus, all those contents downloaded via the eShop, would be linked to the user account and not the platform that has been downloaded. "We will implement a unified account system later this year with the launch of U. Wii Soon, this same system will be compatible with all systems 3DS, "said Marshall in response to a user concerned about what would happen to your digital copy of New Super Mario Bros. 2 in case of failure the console. "If the system is stolen, we can transfer the account to a new one once we have confirmation from the police," he clarified the representative of Nintendo, which has offered more details about this system of accounts.
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