Nintendo 3DS Press Event Interview
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- Jan 20, 2011
GameSpot's Ricardo Torres gets an up-close comparison of the Nintedo 3DS.
From what we know even people with bi-focals can see the 3DS method of 3D, not that I'll play it that way, the graphics being as good as the wii, and better in some cases is more then enough reason to buy it. Plus with all the stuff the Eshop channel is going to have, and the fact that it will get updates, and an Internet browser after launch is good too.
They went beyond my expectations. Will consider buying a new Nintendo handheld now, but how's the backwards compatability? GBA SP was my last one
This handheld is just one word... AMAZING!!! XD man March 27th can't get here fast enough. Love what I'm seeing and hearing on the Nintendo 3DS
I just preordered one... and I don't even have the money to buy it.. well I do, but that leaves me with next to nothing. I am betting on getting a decent job, haha. That is a risk I am willing to take.
The virtual tour of the 3DS on Nintendo's website is very attractive. There are so many features on the system and so much is going to come with it in the package, it justifies the $250 price tag. Can barely wait for March 27th!