3DS big bang at E3 2010

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    The Nintendo 3DS (ニンテンドー3DS?, pronounced /nɪnˈtɛndoʊ ˈθriˈdiɛs/) is an upcoming portable game console by Nintendo, which can produce “3D effects without the need for any special glasses,” a process called autostereoscopy.[2] Scheduled for a Japan, North American and European release in the fiscal year ending March 31 2011, the portable will succeed the Nintendo DS series of handhelds,[2] which primarily shares the handheld console market with Sony’s PSP (PlayStation Portable).[3] The Nintendo 3DS will feature backward compatibility with Nintendo DS series software, including Nintendo DSi software.[2]

    Announcing the device on March 23, 2010, Nintendo officially unveiled the device at the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)[2] on June 15,[4] with the company inviting attendees to play with the console.[5] According to industry analysts, the timing of Nintendo’s original announcement, which had drawn attention away from the launch of the company’s still-new Nintendo DSi XL handheld, was likely intended to preempt impending news leaks about the product by the Japanese press.

    Looking forward to it :)


    #305929
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    “the Nintendo DS series of handhelds,[2] which primarily shares the handheld console market with Sony’s PSP (PlayStation Portable)”

    ^^I dont agree with the above statement.^^
    No way is the Nintendo DS sharing the handheld market with the PSP. Nintendo owns the whole handheld market!

    #305939
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    The 3DS sounds cool and all but I will have to wait till my daughter gets a little bit older since the product isnt good for children under the age of 7 because it may damage their still developing eyes.

    #305949
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    when i was living with a room mate he bought his 4 year old daughter a DS and you b suprise how fast they develope problem solving skills in the game she plays. Coming from a person who retro game since the days of Nintendo and SNES, she was quite skills at the games she played…i even tried and just was confuse on where to go and what to do.

    #305961
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    [i]Originally posted by JackTsang05[/i]
    when i was living with a room mate he bought his 4 year old daughter a DS and you b suprise how fast they develope problem solving skills in the game she plays. Coming from a person who retro game since the days of Nintendo and SNES, she was quite skills at the games she played…i even tried and just was confuse on where to go and what to do.

    My daughter is the same way! Her favorite game is “The Simpsons” which is a platformer and “Hamtaro Ham Ham Training” which has loads of puzzles and activities aimed towards young kids that aren’t able to read yet. “Crayola Treasure Adventures”, “Smart Girl’s Party Games” and “Rub Rabbits” are just some titles your friend’s daughter might enjoy.

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