Articles about 3DS (Nintendo) (page 8)

Pokemon Dream Radar and Pokedex 3D Pro announced for the Nintendo eShop
Nintendo has announced that come this fall, Pokemon Dream Radar and Pokedex 3D Pro will be arriving on the Nintendo eShop for the 3DS gaming console. So what are they? Starting with the Pokedex 3D Pro, this is essentially an upgraded version of the Pokedex 3D and will basically provide players with information on over 600 Pokemon. It will also allow players to compare and rank Pokemon and will detail […]

Nintendo's Super Smash Bros sequel will feature 3DS and Wii U connectivity
Are you looking forward to Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros’ sequel? While details of the game are pretty much non-existent due to the early stages of the game’s development, it seems that one of the features that gamers can look forward to would be dual support from both the Nintendo 3DS and the company’s upcoming Wii U. The details of how the 3DS and Wii U will play a role in […]

Nintendo to offer downloadable 3DS and Wii U retail games
Nintendo might be considered to be a video game pioneer in so many ways, but that does not mean that they are always in the forefront of innovation. No sir, having endured their most horrendous financial quarter in eons, here we have word that Nintendo has finally seen the light of offering downloadable versions of games for the 3DS as well as upcoming Wii U (which has been confirmed not […]

Nintendo Video Service offers 3D music videos for 3DS
The Nintendo 3DS has one of the shortest battery life among all of Nintendo’s previous handheld consoles, assuming you turn on everything at full blast, including 3D gaming. Having said that, the portable console ain’t all that shabby when you think about it, and it does have its fair share of memorable titles despite being relatively young in its lifespan. Today, we have word that the Nintendo Video Service will […]

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Nintendo 3DS sells 4.5 million units in its first year in the U.S.
Ever wondered how well the Nintendo 3DS has been doing in terms of sales so far? Well, we’ve got the answer today. Nintendo announced today that the portable glasses-free 3D console has sold over 4.5 million units in the US alone. Compared to the original Nintendo DS which was released in 2004, the 3DS almost sold double the amount of units (Nintendo DS moved 2.3 million units in its first […]

Cobalt Blue Nintendo 3DS coming your way
You know for sure that Nintendo is the master of rolling out different colors for the same device, and yet still manage to “persuade” the masses to purchase the same device over and over again – simply because of a change in color. Having said that, the Nintendo 3DS is the latest portable handheld console that is on the receiving end of the color treatment, coming in Cobalt Blue this […]

Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 announced
Great news for Pokémon fans – Nintendo has announced the launch of two new additions to its Pokémon franchise on its handheld consoles. It looks like the company has finally run out of colors to call its games as for what seems like the first time, it has decided to use numbers in its naming convention. The two new games will be Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version […]

Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 3D available on Nintendo 3DS
Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 3D, the latest title in the popular soccer video games franchise has just been made available for the Nintendo 3DS. In case you’re unfamiliar with Pro Evolution Soccer, it is a soccer video not unlike FIFA or Winning Eleven. Users take control of a team and go head to head against other players (humans and computers) on a virtual soccer field. Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 3D […]

Ghost Camera for Nintendo 3DS releases new trailer, looks scary
For those who are fan of horror movies or horror games, you may be interested in an upcoming Nintendo 3DS game called Ghost Camera. If you’re wondering why that sounds so familiar, it might be because you have heard of a game called Fatal Frame, and yes it appears that the same minds behind Fatal Frame are the ones responsible for Ghost Camera as well.

Myst 3D coming to the Nintendo 3DS in 2012
We’re not sure how many of our readers out there might remember the game Myst, but I certainly do remembering running in on my AST computer that was clocked at a meager 133MHz back in the day. The good news for those who do remember the game is that you will be able to relive the game once more in literal 3D as Hoplite Research will be bringing the adventure […]

Tekken 3D Prime set for a 14th February 2012 release
If you foresee yourself spending Valentine’s day in 2012 by yourself, or if you’re lucky enough to have a partner who’s as into games as you are, well, it looks like you (and possibly your partner) will be able to look forward to Namco Bandai’s release of the Tekken 3D Prime game for the Nintendo 3DS.

The Louvre to start using Nintendo 3DS' during their tours
Trips to museums isn’t exactly the most exciting activity one could do unless you’re a history buff. However the Louvre is looking to appeal to a more modern audience through the use of Nintendo’s 3DS mobile gaming console.

Nintendo 3DS Ambassador program sees list of GBA games grace the platform
The GBA has been around for a fair number of years before the Nintendo DS came around, and for some time, the “third pillar” of gaming has proved to be quite the success that it ended up being a primary money spinner for the Japanese gaming company. Fast forward to today, and we have the Nintendo 3DS being the latest bastion of portable gaming from Nintendo, and as part of […]

Nintendo Circle Pad Pro announced for the 7th of February 2012
Owners of the Nintendo 3DS, if you are looking forward to the Circle Pad Pro add-on for your console, the good news is that an official US release date has been announced for the 7th of February 2012. This seems to be in line with earlier reports that we would only be seeing the accessory next year and that Japan will be getting their hands on it first.The press release […]