It’s Nintendo’s turn in the spotlight, and I’m sure the moment many have long awaited. Today we see the long rumored, even longer awaited unveiling of Nintendo’s HD console. There’s nothing more I can say to build the tensio so let’s start the show!
The 3DS’s SpotPass feature is about to get a little bit more interesting next month. Especially if you go to Best Buy stores. They have partnered up with Nintendo to release free content available only to 3DS owners who walk into their stores.
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen a Mega Man Legends game. Part 2 came out on the PS1 way back in 2000. Well Capcom is bringing it back as a downloadable title on the 3DS and the fans can help make it.
Japan has definitely seen better days. The earthquake and tsunami one two punch have put a hamper on a wide variety of aspects that we’ve taken for granted. In the video game industry alone, we’ve seen numerous game delays and just plain ol’ cancelations, and today it looks like the dual disaster has taken another victim. The NGP may not be able to meet its 2011 release window.
Nintendo 3DS users in North America have reported crashes just two days after the device’s release.
Haven’t gotten your hands on a Nintendo 3DS yet? Not to gloat or anything, but I’ve decided to show you just what is inside the retail packaging. Enjoy!
So you want to buy a 3DS and you can’t figure out what to buy alongside it? Welcome to the special 3DS Edition of Coming Soon! Today I’m going to take you guys through all the 3DS games that will come alongside the 3DS. It’s not exactly the most scintillating of launch lineups, but what system could possibly say they had a killer launch lineup anyway? Take a look around, and see what game you can use to impress your friends.
The 3DS isn’t out yet, but Nintendo has reasons to believe that it is already twice as successful as the Wii. Colin Sebastian of Lazard Capital Markets has seen Nintendo’s data and points to the U.S. preorders as doubling that of the Wii’s when it launched.
What a surprise, Nintendo announced at today’s Game Developers Conference that it is working on a new 3D Super Mario game for the 3DS handheld. It will likely be a full 3D game rather than a 2D game with 3D backgrounds like New Super Mario Bros, because it is being developed by the same team behind both Super Mario Galaxy games for the Wii.
The 3DS is nearing its Japan’s launch date, and we are a little over a month away from being graced by its 3-D presence as well on March 27. As such Nintendo saw fit to reveal it’s full launch day lineup along with the official price of $39.99 for first-party games. Here’s what we can expect.