Have 3D sports video content delivered straight to your Nintendo 3DS system via SpotPass with this dedicated EUROSPORT application, available absolutely free of charge from Nintendo eShop. Every week over the next year, two-to-three minute video clips from the popular WATTS series - which features a mix of sporting action and funny sporting outtakes from around the world - will become available to view in 3D on your Nintendo 3DS system.
The built in SpotPass functionality of Nintendo 3DS allows you to receive content wherever you have access to a wireless Internet connection: so you could receive video clips on the move, at home or from public hotspots.
EUROSPORT has no review on Wii's World.
JustinPayne: On December 15th 2011 Nintendo released Eurosport, a video player that focused on sport, onto the Nintendo... read more
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