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Nintendo knocks back 3DS software update

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Nintendo has pushed back the date for its first major 3DS firmware update. Owners keen to try out the console's promised eShop feature will now have to wait until June.

Originally planned for release in May, the update will also introduce a web browser, DSiWare, and heaps of classic games, 3DS-specific downloads and additional content through the eShop.

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The update will roll out on 7 June, the same time as the company's press conference at the E3 games industry show. ®

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