Hulu Plus comes to Nintendo 3DS two years after promised

Hulu Plus is now available on the Nintendo 3DS, after a long delay of nearly two years. Back in 2011, Nintendo said that the app would be ready to go by the end of that calendar year, but while Hulu made its way to the Wii around that time, support for the 3DS remained absent. The new app is now available in the Nintendo eShop and supports all members of the 3DS lineup of handhelds, including the new 2DS — though as with other Hulu apps, it’ll require a subscription to Hulu Plus in order to stream anything. While the 3DS certainly isn’t what most people jump to when they think of a media streaming device, Netflix has been available on the system for two years now, providing another — albeit tiny — screen to watch TV and movies on.



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