A player who lives up to the name Gerard Khalil He accomplished a remarkable feat: he bought All games Available through eShops wii u And 3dsbefore closing later in the month.
Khalil, a popular gaming commentator on YouTube with more than 1.5 million subscribers, announced his achievement with a new video where he shared various details about the entire effort and the cost of purchasing the game. Total games 2,413!
This is probably the longest and most expensive video I have ever made. It took me almost a whole year. It was a long and intense journey. I bought every Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS game from the online store before it closed.
According to him: $22,791 spent To buy all the securities, which It took almost a whole year. Its digital library is now equivalent to 1.2 TB of Wii U games and 267 GB of 3DS and DsiWare games and DLC. More specifically, he now owns it 866 Wii U games And 1,547 3DS games.
Khalil used prepaid cards specifically for the Nintendo eShop to add money to his account, because he was worried his bank might block his personal card due to the huge number of transactions. So he had to get 464 eShop cards, which he traded one by one in each system with his team. Of course, the whole project wasn’t without its problems, because the eShop allowed a digital wallet to be limited to $250. This meant that Khalil and his team had to constantly buy games, then exchange cards, and then redo the process.
For more, you can watch the mentioned video through the player below.
For the record, the digital stores for both Nintendo consoles are expected to stop working on March 27th.
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