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Nintendo 3DS: Not a Gaming Revolution, Still Makes Hands Happy

The best way for me to start off my hands-on with the Nintendo 3DS is to be completely honest about my relationship with the Nintendo DS; I love the little split-screened device. I have a white Lite from 2007, and have never found the need to upgrade. That was until the E3 Expo last year, when Nintendo trotted out these little guys to a crowd practically electrified with excitement. But the 3-D...

TriForce Won't Let the Police Stand Between Him and a New 3DS

Isaiah 'TriForce' Johnson recently ran into some trouble with New York City police, who didn't much care for the way he was standing outside a local Best Buy. Little did they know, though, that TriForce was just lining up to get his hands on the new Nintendo 3DS, which launches on Sunday. Then again, the cops probably had no way of knowing that, since TriForce was the only person in line....

Nintendo DS Named Best Selling Console Ever, Spanks Other Systems

Hey, it may be a little guy (with its iddle-widdle screen and adorable itsy-bitsy buttons), but the Nintendo DS packs quite the punch. After tabulating the sales figures for 2010, Nintendo recently announced that the Wii had sold 34 million consoles since its launch. Impressive, you say. Very impressive. But the Nintendo DS trounces the Wii's moment of glory with nearly 50 million clamshells sold...

Nintendo Warns 3DS Could Damage Kids' Eyes

Only months before the 3DS launches in Japan and the U.S., Nintendo is now warning customers on its Japanese site that children under 6 years old shouldn't use the 3-D console, because it might damage the development of their eyes. The 3DS, which features 3-D gameplay without glasses, will have the option to lock into 2-D mode so younger kids can safely play, according to Engadget. While...

Nintendo 3DS to Add New Dimension to Mobile Gaming Sans Dorky Glasses

According to Joystiq, a press release (.PDF) on Nintendo's Japanese Web site says the company will release a 3-D handheld console that won't require wearing special glasses within the next year in Japan. Temporarily named 'Nintendo 3DS,' the console will also be backwards compatible with Nintendo DS and DSi games, so you won't have to toss out your old collection. Otherwise, details are pretty...