Amidst all the excitement over Nintendo’s 3DS unveiling at E3, seems that Nintendo is actually planning to bring 3D gaming to its next game console. In a recent interview, Nintendo President, Satoru Iwata, has remarked that the company is planning to introduce 3D gaming with its next system, probably when the 3D television adoption rate crosses the 30 percent mark. It’s worth noting that the Nintendo 3DS offers its own 3D supporting display that doesn’t require 3D glasses, but if the company were to come up with a 3D home gaming console, it’ll likely have to rely on displays that are manufactured by other companies, which could mean going back to using 3D glasses again.
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