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Well, let me counter the responses you have gotten so far. As a courtesy, Nintendo will offer you a one-time refund if you give them a legitimate reason. For example, I purchased an indie game on Switch that turned out to be very broken on release. I called customer service and had to push a bit, but they eventually refunded my money.
Again, this is a one-time courtesy that Nintendo does not advertise, and you might hit a roadblock if the customer service rep doesn’t like your reason for requesting a refund.
In other words, it is possible.
Source: I’ve gotten a refund for a digital purchase.
Unfortunately, there really isn't a way to refund a game downloaded to your 3DS.
You can always dispute the charge with your bank or financial institution, but that's about all that can be done, really.
Hope everything works out, good luck!
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Nope. Per Nintendo's site:
All sales are final. Please be sure that you meet all of these download requirements for your game before you place your order.
For additional information, please see the Purchase Terms.
I would advise that if you're unsure you will like a game before purchase, read and watch multiple reviews and buy physical only whenever possible (open box isn't fully refundable in stores, but you can at least trade it or resell it on r/Gamesale and r/Gameswap or sell it on eBay and Amazon). Once you buy it digitally, that's it. You can't do anything about the purchase; you can't transfer the data to another player's system or give it away. All you can do is eat the loss of the money you spent and delete the game.