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Mark your calendars! Nintendo 3DS hits the shelves on March 27.
Are you excited to have the Nintendo 3DS? Then two more months of waiting before it lands on your hands.
Here’s a very big surprise from Nintendo: the 3DS will be available starting March 27 carrying the price tag of $249.
Nintendo 3DS will ship in two colors: aqua blue and black. The game slot will accept both 3DS and DS games and it will be available with a 2GB SD card and charging cradle. The home button located at the bottom part will allow players to pause the game and change applications and a 3D slider that controls the depth of the picture.Read the rest of the article »
For the Nintendo 3DS, probably the question now is no longer "am I gonna buy it?" but "when will I buy it?"
Nothing excites the urge to buy something than the glamor of a hype. “It’s new!,” “It’s different,” and for this particular era, “It’s 3D!” But most of the times, we just fall into the trap of the hype and usually get disappointed at the very end (M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender in 3D). Sometimes however, no matter how bad the reviews are or will be, you cannot help but take a bite at it for yourself, especially if its completely innovative beyond human comprehension. Nintendo is just a couple of weeks away from unleashing its 4-million strong (or weak) army of Nintendo 3DS throughout the world. The question probably now is no longer “Am I gonna buy it,” but “When.”
Overall, there are 3 factors that comes into mind whenever we ask ourselves is it right to buy the Nintendo 3DS or a new handheld console upon release. The games, the value/features, and the psychological reward that comes with it (aka bragging rights).Read the rest of the article »
To add up hype the excitement for the 3DS, Nintendo and its thirrd parties gave out details (and dates) of the new titles to arrive in the coming months.
Nintendo World finally released dates for the 3DS’ upcoming software library. Nintendo, together with the third parties, even came out with some launch titles.
Andriasang provided the Nintendo calendar with all the important dates and updates. The following games and their specific date of release:
* 2/26: Combat of Giants Dinosaur 3D (Ubisoft, ¥4,800)
* 2/26: Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask (Level-5, ¥5,980)
* 2/26: Ridge Racer 3D (Namco Bandai, ¥6,090)
* 2/26: Samurai Warriors Chronicle (Tecmo Koei, ¥6,090)
* 2/26: Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition (Capcom, ¥4,800)
* 2/26: Tobidasu! Puzzle Bobble 3D (Square Enix, ¥4,980)
* 2/26: Winning Eleven 3DSoccer (Konami, ¥5,800)
See the full list after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
The Nintendo 3DS craze gets hotter with the revelation of some juicy details about Naruto Shippuuden. Get ready for the "side scrolling ninja action."
Naruto fanatics, some good news for you! Last year, Jump fest showcased the availability of Naruto Shippuden in 3DS. To excite you more, Jump spills several juicy details about Naruto’s first 3DS installment.
The game is entitled Naruto Shippuuden Nin Rittai Emaki Saikyou Ninkai Kessen and is a “side scrolling ninja action” game where players take on missions set in 3D fields. The action is mostly side scrolling, but there are also antics and stage formations that make use of 3D.
Naruto is set for Spring release, which coincides with 3DS’ launch.View Article Source »
Gadg knows how to start the year right so here is the list of the most exciting and most anticipated games for the coolest handheld device to date: the Nintendo 3DS.
The year 2011 is a much-awaited year for all the hardcore gamers. Why? Nintendo 3DS is arriving in a few weeks time. Who wouldn’t get excited about THAT? But besides the much anticipated handheld console, the 3DS also has an impressive line-up of games that ought to keep us gamers drool over the new technology even more. Here’s a short list of the best games we’ll be getting next year. I already know what I’m gonna get, how about you?Read the rest of the article »
MOM, listen up. There's more to a video game than blowing stuff up or getting a virtual achievement and trophy. They actually improve skills that are essential in real life, and we have evidence to prove it.
Researchers from University of Rochester and University Toronto conducted studies that may very well prove that video games can help develop a person’s skills in attention, vision, and particular aspects of cognition. This means they can see details better, can keep focus longer, and then some. Top that with a bag of chips and we’re ready to party.Read the rest of the article »
The Nintendo 3DS is a big news since its release date was revealed. Now, Nintendo will give gamers a demo of how 3DS works. Allwelike has the first scoop about the Nintendo World 2011 event.
Nintendo, the Japanese game masters that brought gamers Super Mario shared a lot of high end details regarding their upcoming 3DS demo event. Today, it got more specific because it was formally named as the “Nintendo World 2011.”
Nintendo World will be held on 1/8, 1/9 and 1/10 in Hall 9 of the Makuhari Messe Convention Center which is few meters outside Tokyo. It’s open to the public for free.
More details on the games to be released will be posted in the days to come. You can keep track of the events via Nintendo’s official website.
The Nintendo World 2011 is an event where the first public demo of the 3DS happens. However, from time to time 3DS becomes available for play at certain trade events. The platform will be released on February 26.View Article Source »
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