The recent downtime for Nintendo Network and the Nintendo eShop was caused by “a one-time surge in demand” during the holidays, according to a post on the company’s Facebook page.
The network began crashing on Christmas Day. During that time, Nintendo Network experienced “an influx” of users both creating new accounts and attempting to access the eShop. Users transferring existing Nintendo 3DS account information to new Network accounts compounded the problem.
Not very optimistic of them. They may someday have another surge in demand possibly.
Post dinner. #christmas (at Village of Waterford)
Prototype experimental Monkey Bread, no angel food cake dish. #christmas (at Village of Waterford)
White Christmas. #wisconsin (at Village of Waterford)
Friends Christmas. (at Old Town)
Just pricing out a new Mac Pro with 4k display. No big deal.
Coffee just tastes better when I’m getting my #christmas mug on. (at Leo Burnett)