Get Acquainted with the Nintendo 3DS

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Get Acquainted with the Nintendo 3DS

Postby nickf » Sun Apr 24, 2011 10:57 am

Specified for U.S. release around the end of March, the Nintendo 3DS is already creating waves in the personal video game industry. A handheld computer game console that allows the excitement of 3D enjoyment without the need for the clunky glasses typically associated with 3D, the Nintendo 3DS is genuinely ahead of its time. In order to obtain a better understanding of what the Nintendo 3DS can do, you can find below a list of some of its attractive features:

- Stereoscopic 3D display which uses the top part to give the objects on the display the space and depth needed to create the 3D image.

- 3D depth slider which allows the user to adjust the intensity of the 3D image being displayed. It can even be turned down to 2D if that is your preference.

Other features include:
- Motion senors
- Gyro sensor
- Dual screens
- 3D camera
- Analog control
- 2GB SD memory
- Backwards compatibility
- SpotPass and StreetPass

If you are primed to experience the most recent evolution in handheld gaming then it’s time to check out the Nintendo 3DS. The future is here and it is in the form of a handheld 3D video game that doesn’t require glasses in order to be part of the action. They’re already selling out in Japan and the UK so help the U.S. get on board with the next wave in 3D innovation!

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