Nintendo to withdraw Mobile System GB service

Thursday 30 May 2002 | 00:00 CET | News
Nintendo (Japan) has announced plans to withdraw its Mobile System GB service by 14 December 2002. The service enables users of the Game Boy Advance, as well as other portable video games consoles, to download games from the Internet. The company has decided to discontinue the service because usage has reached a plateau and because there are no plans for any new games releases for the service.

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Categories: General
Companies: Nintendo
Countries: Japan
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