Nintendo 3DS Debuts at E3
The 3D-featuring sibling of Nintendo’s popular device to release by March 2011.
After rocking up the handheld video game market with Nintendo DS in 2004, Nintendo is hoping to recreate some of the magic with its newest edition to the popular gaming device: the Nintendo 3DS, which debuted at E3 this year.
Nintendo 3DS comes equipped with a 3.53″ top screen and a 3.02″ bottom touch-enabled screen. The 3DS will allow players to play games in 3D, without the need for any special glasses. Along with the 3D capabilities, the 3DS will feature motion sensor, a gyro sensor, one 360 degree analogue stick, and a 2-lens camera enabling users to actually take pictures in 3D. According to Nintendo, the 3DS will release by March 2011.
Nintendo also announced and showcases a host of titles that will be available for the 3DS, including The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, Animal Crossing, Mario Kart, Paper Mario, PioltWings Resort, StarFox 64 3D, Steel Diver, along with third party titles such as DJ Hero 3D, The Sims 3, Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle (tentative title), Ridge Racer (!!!!), Kingdom Hearts, Deal of Alive 3D (where is my pre-order?), Samurai Warriors 3D, Battle of Giants, Hollywood 61, Codename: Chocobo Racing 3D, Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition (tentative title), Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon.
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