The Nintendo 3DS, having already seen brisk sales in Japan, will have another feather in its relatively young cap as we bring you news of Netflix support coming to said console this summer, streaming both movies and TV shows. At the very least, that is confirmed by Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime at the recet Game Developers Conference keynote address he made in San Francisco. Apart from that, a May software update will see the 3DS throw in 3D trailer support as well, with the summer blockbuster The Green Lantern (keep your fingers crossed!) being the first one. To take full advantage of Netflix streaming, you will need to be able to access a wireless network and purchase a $7.99 subscription plan. Apart from that, there will also be a 3D Super Mario title in the pipeline, but we more or less expected that – how could Nintendo pass up on such a golden opportunity? Up next, Zelda?
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