Though it launched with a whimper, the 3DS has long since roared to life. Even after a soft 2015, Nintendo’s DS successor remains great: If you like Nintendo games, there’s really no reason not to have a 3DS these days.
Portable gaming is Nintendo's wheelhouse: it pioneered the category with the Game Boy, reinvented it with the Nintendo DS, and uses its current generation, the Nintendo 3DS, to help pay the bills in the wake of underwhelming Wii U sales. Starting today, you can buy the company's latest gaming handheld: The New…
Following a recent across the board price drop to $100, Amazon is taking another 40 dollars off the price of the Moto X for AT&T subscribers, and $50 off for Verizon users. This the best Android phone for most people, and even if you're enamored by today's reveal of the Nexus 5, this is quite a bit cheaper.
Nyko's new 3DS accessories are both excellent and horrible reminders of the way we live now.
The Nintendo 3DS is pretty great. A solid enough 3D screen with no goofy glasses. We need more stuff like that if 3D is going to take over our living room. And MIT agrees, but they think they got an even better way to push out glasses-free 3D.
Just one week after buying a 3DS, this guy felt compelled to get a tattoo on his wrist to commemorative his love for Nintendo's latest plaything. Rather than a little sketch of Mario or Link, he got an augmented reality tatt that can be read by his 3DS, as you can see in the video below.
Scream all you want about Crash Bandicoot being one of the launch-games on Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play, but Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime doesn't plan to gift you any of their retro titles on a Nintendo phone.
The Nintendo 3DS isn't quite out yet but Nyko's already got two accessories that'll make sure you're juiced up for three-dee playtime right from the get-go. The Nyko Power Pak+, available March 27 for $20, is a fat rechargeable battery pack that'll give your 3DS roughly twice the juice as the regular one—and it's got…
With three cameras, iFixit reckons "this is the most camera-laden device we've ever taken apart," but what exactly is inside that Japanese 3DS? As we know, it uses two cameras for recording 3D, but also displays 3D footage through a parallax barrier layer.
That's the question everyone keeps asking Kotaku's Brian Ashcraft, who bought a 3DS on the Japanese launch day. You can read all about his battery findings here: [Kotaku]
Along with the charger, manual and 3DS, Nintendo's next packaging will have a little something extra—six cards with popular Ninty characters' likenesses depicted. These aren't just for sticking on your fridge door, oh no no no. Hold the 3DS camera up in front of them when playing one of the bundled AR games, and…
On February 26, the Nintendo 3DS goes on sale in Japan. Folks want the hardware (bad), but do they want the games?
A leaked slide from Nvidia's Mobile World Congress presentation has revealed that the 1.2Ghz Tegra 2 3D processor, meant for mobiles featuring 3D screens, wil launch sometime this quarter. Mobile 3D computing for everyone!
At last, the final key details for the Nintendo 3DS are here. It's gonna be $250 when it comes out on March 27, with 30 games available right around launch.