Tagged: Nintendo 3DS

Limited 3DS On the Way

There’s nothing like owning a limited edition of a console, unfortunately, the UK doesn’t have much access to that many different coloured Xbox 360’s, PlayStation 3’s or Wii’s like in other countries such as Japan and the US.

Celebrate Zelda's Anniversary with a New 3DS

The Legend of Zelda, the franchise itself is quite legendary and so how do you think Nintendo could celebrate such a milestone in its gaming history? That’s right, release a special edition of an existing product!

Watch Videos from Nintendo in 3D

Download Nintendo Video for free from the Nintendo eShop and watch new and exclusive 2D and 3D content brought to you via SpotPass on your Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo 3DS owners will be able to download the new Nintendo Video application from the Nintendo eShop on the 13th July 2011 providing access to a range of new and exclusive 2D and 3D video content on your Nintendo 3DS system.

Resident Evil Gets 3D Mercenaries

Well, you’ll need a Nintendo 3DS of course, otherwise it would just be yet another Resident Evil game, the main reason for this post is to show the packshot of Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, so if you’d like to cast your eyes to the image below (or click ‘more’ if you’re on the main page).

Ninjas Get All Cubic

Ubisoft is happy to announce Cubic Ninja, the Nintendo 3DS title that lets you play without ever touching a button. Simply tilt and turn your Nintendo 3DS to solve challenging puzzles, outwit devious enemies and escape intricate traps. Cubic Ninja places you in the role of CC, a brave little ninja with a distinctly cubic shape. The princess of your beloved kingdom – plus a few of your ninja friends – has been abducted. It’s up to you to save everyone!

Natsume Give 3DS Spooks

Gabrielle’s Ghostly Groove was originally released on the DS, now Natsume are bringing it to the 3DS this Summer as an updated version, not necessarily new, just updated to 3D. “As soon as we saw what the 3DS could do, we knew it was the best platform for this game,” said Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO of Natsume. “The way the dancers and effects pop right off the screen is simply amazing. You have to see it to believe it!”