Coming to Japan in October are two new models of Nintendo’s 3D-backed handhelds. Friday morning, Nintendo revealed a hardware make …
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On August 29th, Nintendo announced that it would be bringing a new 3DS console to Japan this October. More than just the size and style redesign of the 3DS XL, the New 3DS (and larger New 3DS LL model) is a half step toward being a new generation of handheld, with a faster CPU, more buttons, and even an exclusive game already announced. Show More Summary
Earlier today Nintendo announced an updated version of its Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming console. It's been over 3 years since the launch of the original 3DS, and with Nintendo taking fire from gaming capable smartphones an update to the 3DS is definitely necessary. Show More Summary
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Just as we were about to record, Nintendo went and announced the "new" 3DS which is a lot like the old 3DS but with some more trigger buttons and an extra analog stick. So, we hit the record button and talked about the latest from big N before discussing the games of the week. From
First released in 2011, the Nintendo 3DS has been re-released both as the bigger 3DS XL and as the the cheaper, kid-friendly 2DS. In today’s “Nintendo Direct” video update, Nintendo announced the “New Nintendo 3DS,” an update to the platform that’s somewhere between a minor update and a full-fledged follow-up. Read More
Nintendo caused a bit of a stir Friday morning by unveiling two new handheld systems, literally called the "New 3DS" and "New 3DS LL." The devices -- which are bigger, brighter and more powerful than their predecessors -- court a class of more dedicated gamers whom Nintendo has been willing to cede to Sony, its main competitor […]
A new 3DS with a second analog stick and more powerful CPU is coming to Japan in October, Nintendo announced in a live stream on Friday, though no Western release information was given. The New 3DS and larger New 3DS XL will come with an additional, smaller analog "nub" above the face buttons on its right side. Show More Summary
Nintendo has revealed a significant hardware revision for its popular 3DS and 3DS XL handheld gaming systems.The update adds several new physical controls to the device, while switching storage type and adding NFC functionality. .. Continue...Show More Summary
A new 3DS is on the way, and this one boasts two analog sticks, improved 3D functionality and more power under the hood.
It's called the New Nintendo 3DS. It's faster with bigger screens and better battery life. It also has a new analog pad called the "C-stick." Wow! This sounds great. Read more...
New version features second analog nub, more buttons, better 3D viewing angles
Nintendo on Friday announced new versions of its bestselling 3DS and 3DS XL handheld gaming devices. In Japan this morning, it unveiled the new 3DS models, which include new colored buttons honoring the old SNES console, as well as a new “C-stick” analog pad directly above the face buttons on the right hand side. Show More Summary
Nintendo releases recorded video presentations, known as "Nintendo Direct," pretty often. Usually they're focused on games, or they highlight an upcoming season's game releases. This morning, however, Nintendo revealed two new versions of its...
Nintendo is maintaining its tradition of slowly developing handheld gaming consoles with lighter, sleeker and more powerful redesigns. Today, the Japanese company announced two new 3DS models, simply called the “new” 3DS and “new” 3DS LL. Show More Summary
The 3DS probably isn’t the first system you think of when you go looking for great strategy games. Many of the genre’s best games are coming out on PC, whereas the exciting upcoming games on Nintendo’s handheld tend toward more accessible genres. Show More Summary
Thanks to a number of exploits, the Nintendo DS had a healthy homebrew scene. But the exploits also led to one of the most convenient forms of video game piracy: flash cartridges, or flash carts. Thankfully, …