Make sure that you have a Nintendo Account set up so that you can easily access the eShop. Like Saleh said, also ensure you have access to the Internet, and have the system updated.
As I also said in an earlier edit, there are also emulators out there that simulate many different games including Tomodachi Life. You must own the game. Therefore, you can have a second copy on there, but Mii Assets are missing so you will need to go through a process to add them legally.
I do, actually! My main one's an European model, but I have another one and that's an American one though. The only way I could get a physical copy there is through Ebay or something, but in other terms I could most likely purchase on the Eshop.
Hello, Marysue124! My name is SlyCooperFan1 (call me Sly!) and I'm the new Wiki Manager for your wiki. I act as a liaison between this community and Fandom Staff and I'm here to provide assistance wherever needed, so please feel free to reach out if you have any questions!
Hello Marysue, I have been thinking, Tomodachi Life Wiki would be even better if we could implement achievements into the wiki. The only way we can properly do this is by contacting FANDOM to get it sorted for us. It can't be done by the editors on the wiki. Since you're an administrator I think it's ideal for you or HOA to do so. What do you think, should achievements be a warmly welcomed feature or do we just leave it for later?
Next time if a video is deleted or (now) private from Youtube, you must also delete them. I think if someone clicked the red Youtube icon on the video, they will find the reason that video is no longer available.