Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Nintendo 3DS

With a wider screen on top, two cameras on the back for taking 3D photos, and of course, glasses-free 3D display on the upper screen while the lower screen sports touch-screen capabilities, all wrapped around a core that is--according to Nintendo--powerful enough to rival current gen consoles, the Nintendo 3DS is turning heads and on the forefront of rocketing Nintendo's handheld platform series even farther ahead of consoles in the video game system wars.

Two of my favorite parts about this system so far, are the ability to adjust the depth of 3D from zero (off) to very deep 3D view, and the much-needed joystick (slidepad?) which every DS version up until now sorely lacked.

What do you guys think? Will you get one?
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