Nintendo are taking the new hand-held 3DS, the glasses-free 3D gaming device, on a tour around Australia (well most of it anyway). This will give people a chance to try out the magical 3D effect, and start saving their cash for the March 31st release date.
A couple of days before its release, Nintendo has dropped a 3DS into the iTWire office. Despite grumblings about price, and the revelation of the 3DS having already been hacked, one thing is for certain, the wow factor of glasses free 3D is fresh and exciting for budding and veteran DS fans.
Hulu, one of three big reasons why you should probably cut the cable soon, has today announced that it will provide access to its library of streamable TV shows and movies to Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL, and Nintendo 2DS owners.
According to the official blog post, Hulu and Nintendo worked together to provide a solid experience across the various handheld gaming devices, one that “takes ad
Nintendo has a rhythm that’s predictable when it comes to product releases: Create a new console, then create different iterations of those consoles with upgrades aimed at expanding market share in clever ways.
Nintendo has released a very brief pre E3 teaser announcement referring to a revamped version of the mega-selling DS hand-held gaming device. The 3DS, a temporary name, jumps on the 3D vision band wagon, purporting to give gamers on the move an experience in the 3rd dimension without the need for special goggles.