3DS DS owners have been left feeling disappointed by the lack of Nintendo DS games on the Wii U console, with a number of Nintendo 3DS titles failing to be included in Nintendo’s upcoming handheld.

    According to a Nintendo blog post on Friday, Nintendo has released a list of all the DS games that Nintendo 3ds owners can purchase from its eShop, which includes titles such as Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Mario Kart 7, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Themes for 3DS, Mario Party DS, and more.

    However, the blog post does not mention which Nintendo 3D titles Nintendo 3Ds owners can buy from its online store.

    The DS4 is not included in the list, as it was only released as a handheld last month.

    The post goes on to list all the games available for purchase, with the most notable being the upcoming Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

    It lists titles such like Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Mario Circuit, and Super Mario 3D World, but also lists a number that are no longer available for Nintendo 3s to play on Nintendo’s handheld.

    As with other Nintendo DS titles, the games listed are available on the eShop in North America and Europe, and on the Nintendo eShop and Wii U in Australia and New Zealand.

    The eShop list also includes titles for Nintendo DSi, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3G, Nintendo 2DS, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 64, and Nintendo DS Lite.

    The list of titles is available for download from Nintendo’s eShop website and is available to play for free, although it does not include all of the 3DS games available on Nintendo 3d’s e-Shop.

    The blog post says the list of games will be updated to include Nintendo DS classics, including Mario Kart, Super Smash Brothers, The Simpsons, and Animal Crossing.

    Nintendo’s next console, the Nintendo Switch, is expected to release in October, but Nintendo 3-D fans may be disappointed to learn that some 3DS classics like Mario & Sonic at the Sochi Winter Olympics are not included on the handheld’s eSight system.

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