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Disney's Up Available on 3DS eShop in Japan

by Danny Bivens - December 27, 2014, 1:23 pm PST
Total comments: 9 Source: NCL, eShop

The 2009 hit can be viewed in stereoscopic 3D on Nintendo's handheld!

Disney's Up is now available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop in Japan for 3,240 yen. The movie can be viewed on the system with or without the 3D effect and is available with the Japanese dub. There is currently no word if any other full length movies will be released on the system or if Up will ever see a Western release on the 3DS platform.

Talkback

Leo13December 27, 2014

That's awesome! I've been waiting for this since the launch of the 3DS

Mop it upDecember 27, 2014

That seems pretty expensive for one movie that works only on 3DS...

UncleBobRichard Cook, Guest ContributorDecember 27, 2014

For some reason, I thought this was a video game adaptation of the movie that was just now getting a digital release. :D

Quote from: Mop

That seems pretty expensive for one movie that works only on 3DS...

Agreed.  What's the typical price of buying a new release DVD in Japan?

Surprisingly expensive.

yoshi1001December 27, 2014

Anyone know how many blocks it consumes?

broodwarsDecember 27, 2014

Sure. Why wouldn't anyone want to spend $30+ on an even more compressed version of a 2 hour movie with way worse screen resolution than your typical phone?

famicomplicatedJames Charlton, Associate Editor (Japan)December 27, 2014

Danny, I thought you were supposed to be on holiday?  :-*


Also, don't you know how much forced-dubbed versions of ENGLISH movies annoys me? It is not "available" with a Japanese dub, it is ONLY available in Japanese!


This news article needs a re-write.


Oh, and happy holidays!  ;D

NWR is always on my mind, even when I'm thousands of miles away from home!

I was looking at digital prices for this movie in Japan. iTunes has it for 2,500 yen while the 3D Blu-Ray is about 3,500 yen or so on Amazon. As cool as this is, the price isn't right. By the way, does anyone know what happened to YouTube's 3D content? Why the hell isn't THAT available on the system?

BlackNMild2k1December 29, 2014

Quote from: The_Dan_x

NWR is always on my mind, even when I'm thousands of miles away from home!

I was looking at digital prices for this movie in Japan. iTunes has it for 2,500 yen while the 3D Blu-Ray is about 3,500 yen or so on Amazon. As cool as this is, the price isn't right. By the way, does anyone know what happened to YouTube's 3D content? Why the hell isn't THAT available on the system?

Something I've been asking for years now. Maybe once Nitnendo invents a youtube like website that can handle 3D images on the internet, and patent it so no one else can do it, then it will happen.

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