Thursday, October 17, 2013

Hulu Plus Now Available on Nintendo 3DS

Hulu Plus Now on 3DS

In a day I never thought would come, Nintendo has announced that Hulu Plus is finally available on the 3DS.  It only took them two years.  After the announcement, they hadn't really mentioned it.  I thought it would never come to be, but it looks like I was wrong.  Now I can watch Hulu Plus on my smart TV, Wii U, Wii, PC, tablet, phone, and 3DS.  Why I would ever need that many devices, I have no idea, but I am excited nonetheless.

You can read the press release after the jump.


Oct. 17, 2013
There is a new addition to the entertainment options on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Starting today, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS owners can instantly stream current-season TV shows, hit movies, clips and premium commercial-free kids programming on their hand-held systems with the new Hulu Plus application for Nintendo 3DS. Existing subscribers now have instant access to their Hulu Plus accounts on their Nintendo hand-held systems, while new subscribers can enjoy a one-week free trial.

Users who have a wireless broadband Internet connection can visit the Nintendo eShop to download Hulu Plus. The application will allow users to navigate using the touch screen and view thousands of television shows and movies on the go*. It also brings some of the best TV shows for children – including a larger selection of Jim Henson Family titles than any other video subscription service – to the platform through the Hulu Kids hub.

Hulu Plus is yet another entertainment option on Nintendo 3DS. In addition to multiple video services like Nintendo Video and social-sharing applications like StreetPass Mii Plaza and Swapnote, users can play the entire library of more than 2,000 Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS games. Nintendo 3DS also features an extensive selection of downloadable software in the Nintendo eShop, including games, videos and applications.

All of these games and features – including Hulu Plus – can be viewed in 2D on the new Nintendo 2DS system. Nintendo 2DS is designed specifically for anyone looking for an entry point into the exciting world of Nintendo hand-held games.

Remember that Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS feature parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit http://www.nintendo.com/3ds. For more information on Hulu Plus and to become a subscriber, please visit www.huluplus.com/3ds.

*Streaming video requires a constant wireless broadband Internet connection.