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Nintendo Announced To Launch Nintendo 3D Portable Game Console

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Recently, Nintendo announced to launch Nintendo 3D portable game console. The new video gaming console will be known as Nintendo 3DS. The console will unveil by March next year.

On this game console, games can be enjoyed with 3D effects without the need for special glasses, according to the announcement of company. Nintendo Co. Ltd. is the gaming giant of Japan.

Nintendo has announced to launch Nintendo 3DS which is a portable gaming console with three-dimensional graphics.

We already have seen the use of 3D graphics and visual effects in the US entertainment. The biggest effect of 3D came in light recently with Avatar and Alice in the Wonderland.

In the press releases about Nintendo 3D portable game console, the company says, “Nintendo 3DS will succeed the company's popular Nintendo DS series of game consoles, the collective sales of which reached 125 million units in 2009. Nintendo was quick to assure its customers that that the Nintendo 3DS will be backwards-compatible with games designed for the Nintendo DS as well as the Nintendo DSi.”

Nintendo 3DS will be held in Los Angeles in the US on June 15 this year in the upcoming E3 consumer electronics Show.

In the comparison of Nintendo 3DS,, an online news portal, writes, “Sony is also aiming to make its PlayStation 3 compatible with 3D games but, unlike Nintendo's planned device, users are expected to have to buy a new television and special glasses to enjoy 3D images.

Many experts think consumers are unlikely to rush to buy the premium-priced 3D TVs due to the need for special glasses and because many people have already upgraded to high-definition sets in recent years.”

We already have shared our opinions about Nintendo DSi XL console and PlayStation 3. Now, Nintendo 3D portable game console as Nintendo 3DS will try to grab the market of gaming consoles.

My Opinions about Nintendo DSi XL Console

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Nintendo DSi XL Console
Recently, I went through some review of Nintendo DSi XL Console. At first, I went through review about Nintendo DSiXL console. The news portal writes about the console, “…The XL’s outward design is clearly aimed at a more mature crowd than before, tapping into the success that Nintendo’s handheld has had over all ages. But there’s one thing that would get even the trendiest technophile drooling: those lovely, lovely screens. Flipping the XL open is a quite splendid surprise, as you’re greeted by two massive displays. The original DSi’s screens measured in at a respectable 3.25 inches, but the XL’s 4.2inch displays really do make a lot of difference.”

Further it writes, “One downside is that the face buttons remain the same size as on the DSi. They were fairly small -and compacted a little too closely together- on the previous console as it was. On the bigger XL, they looks a little odd and are made a little more awkward when in use by the larger surface area of the console. Due to the device’s chunkiness and extra weight, it is naturally not as easy to play on the train, or carry around in your pocket. Those who prefer their handhelds for gaming on the go are still probably best served by the smaller -more portable- original DSi, as the functionality of the XL is exactly the same.

But for those who enjoy their DSi more as a home console, there’s a lot to recommend the XL. The luxurious, chunky stylus that comes with the console borders on the indulgent. It’s also more comfortable to use over long periods than the dinky original. The console also comes pre-loaded with the majestic Flipnote Studio, and some free Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training exercises. With a RRP of £159.99 the XL is only £10 more expensive than the smaller DSi, and the overall quality of design and those wonderful screens make that a reasonable price difference.”

On the other hand, writes about Nintendo DSiXL, “…There still isn't any sign of a snazzy motion-based game that takes advantage of this feature. Instead the cameras take decent close-up images, which can be customised with one of the 11 amusing lens effects.

You can slot in an SD card to backup your pictures or listen to music via the DSi sound application.”

We already have taken a look of Nintendo DS Lite and a market analysis of Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS. Now, Nintendo DSi XL console is the biggest achievement of Nintendo.

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