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The Nintendo eShop offers a wide range of downloadable video content for the . These videos are mostly offered in 3D, and are downloaded right to the system's storage. In order to produce and distribute these short films, has partnered with companies such as Breakthru Films, Black Box Productions, , Ka-Ching Cartoons and .

Nintendo Show 3D was a video gaming produced by and hosted by Jessie Cantrell. It featured video previews and footage of upcoming and recently released retail and digital game titles. Episodes were released every two weeks on the Nintendo eShop free of charge. This series was exclusive to North American Nintendo 3DS consoles. Nintendo Show 3D released its last episode on March 28, 2013, two years after the North American release of the original Nintendo 3DS.

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Nintendo eShop
The Nintendo eShop icon and logo.
The Nintendo eShop's main page on the Wii U
Developer Nintendo
Type Online distribution
Launch date June 6, 2011 (3DS)
November 18, 2012 (Wii U)
Platform Nintendo 3DS family
Wii U
Status Active
Members 26 million (as of September 2013)[1]
Website Wii U
Official website
Nintendo 3DS
Official website

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Nintendo Unleashed is a video gaming published by for . It is produced by the team behind the and features video reviews and previews and footage of upcoming and recently released games. Episodes are released monthly on the Nintendo eShop, and where users can watch all the latest news, reviews and previews of , , , and games. The show's original name and format was called "Nintendo TV".

The Nintendo eShop offers a wide range of video streaming applications, which correspond to third party streaming services. Some of these services' applications are only available for download on Nintendo 3DS because every Wii U ships preloaded with , , and applications. These streaming services are available independently from Nintendo Network services.