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|Platform(s)||Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 2DS, New Nintendo 3DS|
Nintendo Video[a] was a video on demand service for the Nintendo 3DS which streams hand-picked 3D and 2D video content from CollegeHumor, Aardman Animations, Blue Man Group, Channel Frederator Network and other studios. Previously, the service was available as a separate app that utilized SpotPass, downloading videos to the console's SD card via Wi-Fi Internet access for offline viewing. The Nintendo Video app launched in Australia, Europe, and Japan on the July 13, 2011, with initial videos including Oscar's Oasis and Magic Tricks for the Nintendo 3DS. New content could be automatically downloaded via SpotPass, replacing the old content. The app became available in North America on July 21, 2011. Since June 29, 2015, the app is no longer functional and videos can no longer be downloaded. In the following month, the Nintendo eShop offered most of the videos for streaming on demand, with a total of 164 videos available.
On February 27, 2014, Nintendo Australia announced they are terminating the service in the Oceanian region (Australia and New Zealand) as of March 31, 2014. Nintendo of Europe also announced on the same day that they would be terminating the Nintendo Video service on the same date. Nintendo also announced the end of the service on that date, ending it on March 31, 2014 as well.
On June 5, 2015, Nintendo of America sent out a SpotPass notification to all of the app's active users informing them that the app was being phased out in favor of an eponymous category on the Nintendo eShop's main page (already available at the time) where users can watch most past videos as well as future ones. To replace the Nintendo Video feature, a few months after the My Nintendo service released, videos for permanent download became a common reward that could be bought with My Nintendo coins. Videos would commonly make returns due to popularity or stay longer due to positive fan reception.
Since June 2015, many of the shows listed below can be viewed on-demand via the Nintendo eShop in North America, permanently categorized under Nintendo Video. As of August 2019, a total of 164 videos are available on the eShop. Users had to enter in their date of birth before watching content that was considered too mature. 
|Dinosaur Office||Comedy||CollegeHumor||19||Claymation series following an office where all workers are dinosaurs.|
|Baman and Piderman||Black Comedy||Mondo Media||7||This parody to Batman and Spiderman follows the short adventures about two guys named Baman and Piderman.|
|Shaun the Sheep||Comedy||Aardman Animation||15||Original one minute episodes in 3D, based on the TV show. In January 2016, Aardman started to release these shorts on the Shaun the Sheep Youtube channel every Friday, under the title Mossy Bottom Shorts.|
|Kirby: Right Back At Ya! 3D||Comedy
|Warpstar Inc.||2||A dubbed version of the 3D-animated Kirby: Right Back At Ya! special. From February 1 through May 1, 2019, it was listed and available for download for 100 platinum points at My Nintendo.|
|Production I.G||3||This short involves a fight between Pit and one of Medusa's commanders, Thanatos.|
|Action||Studio 4°C||This short features Medusa, the goddess of the Underworld, as the main character. This short tells the story of Medusa and Palutena's rivalry, which covers a period from far into Pit's past up to the present day, during the events of Kid Icarus: Uprising.|
|Shaft||This short features Palutena as the main character and “her attempts to deal with a great catastrophe in her Skyworld home”. It involves a cooking challenge that falls victim to some sort of calamity.|
|BearShark||Comedy||CollegeHumor||13||Animated series inspired by the Road Runner cartoons, where a bear and a shark pursue a man called Steve. It later inspired an eShop game developed by Silverball Studios.|
|The Legend of Zelda: The Misadventures of Link||Comedy||Nintendo||12||This original series of comedic shorts shows Link, the star of The Legend of Zelda, in a new and hysterical light. The series is based on various parts of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker|
|How to Win at Super Smash Bros.||Tutorial||Nintendo||10||A tutorial show about how to win at Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.|
|Frederator Studios||29||A show revolving around the various escapades of four heroes-for-hire. This was produced by Frederator as a part of their Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel.|
|Cartoon Conspiracies||Comedy||Frederator Studios||26||A woman named Emily takes a look at various cartoon-related theories to see how well they hold up to evidence. Five episodes of the show were run on Nintendo Video, although numerous others are on YouTube.|
|Bee and PuppyCat||Comedy||Frederator Studios||5||A show about a job-floating young woman and the adventures she has with her dog/cat hybrid. This was produced by Frederator as a part of their Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel.|
|Too Cool Cartoons!||Comedy||Frederator Studios||Does not appear||10||Various shorts from Cartoon Hangover, created by different people as possible series starters. The two-part pilot of Bee and PuppyCat is among this anthology.|
|Wildheart Riukiu||Comedy||BONUS.CO.JP||4||This new series of 3D shorts comes from the creator of Meat or Die, which has already amassed more than 5 million views on Nintendo Video. Wildheart Riukiu incorporates charming 16-bit graphics with some not-so-charming, but hilarious, characters. Think ninja puppets.|
|WWE Slam City||Comedy Action||WWE||26||Follow your favorite WWE fighters as how they try to get a job in Slam City.|
|Oscar's Oasis||Comedy||TeamTO||Does not appear||?||A lizard named Oscar lives in a desert, usually trying to find food and/or water. Popy, a Fennec Fox; Buck, a Vulture; and Harchi, a Hyena, often compete with him over these essentials, riding in their battered cart through the desert.|
|Meat or Die||Comedy||BONUS.CO.JP||7||Two monsters fight to get a bite to eat in a New York City overran by creatures.|
|Marshmallow People||Comedy||Film Cow||1||Two marshmallows go on a quest to cure their boredom.|
|Charlie the Unicorn||Comedy||Film Cow||1||Charlie and two other unicorns search for Candy Mountain.|
|Llamas with Hats||Comedy||Film Cow||1||Carl the llama wreaks havoc on civilization, much to the displeasure of Paul the llama.|
|"The Fighter"||Gym Class Heroes|
|"Shake Ya Boogie"||Mocean Worker|
|"Burn it Down"||Linkin Park|
|"White Knuckles"[b]||OK Go|||
|"All Is Not Lost"||OK Go|||
|"Breakn' a Sweat"||Skrillex ft. The Doors|
|"Save World, Get Girl"||I Fight Dragons|||
|"Windows Down"||Big Time Rush (band)|||
|"It Girl"||Jason Derulo|
|"Not Your Fault"||Awolnation|||
|"The Rifle's Spiral"||The Shins|
|"Don't Stop (Color on the Walls)"||Foster the People|
|"Gang of Rhythm"||Walk off the Earth|
|"Kill Your Heroes"||Awolnation|
|"Wicked World"||Osaka Popstar|
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Due to the promotional nature of film trailers, it may not be possible for any to return in any form.
- eShop news
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