Nintendo 3DS Handheld Game Console (3.5' Active Matrix TFT Color LCD - Aqua Blue - Dual Screen - 4-way - 800 X 240 - ARM - 128 MB Memory Digital Media Professionals PICA200 - Wireless LAN - Battery Rechargeable)
  • Nintendo 3DS Handheld Game Console (3.5' Active Matrix TFT Color LCD - Aqua Blue - Dual Screen - 4-way - 800 X 240 - ARM - 128 MB Memory Digital Media Professionals PICA200 - Wireless LAN - Battery Rechargeable)
  • Nintendo 3DS Handheld Game Console (3.5' Active Matrix TFT Color LCD - Aqua Blue - Dual Screen - 4-way - 800 X 240 - ARM - 128 MB Memory Digital Media Professionals PICA200 - Wireless LAN - Battery Rechargeable)
  • Nintendo 3DS Handheld Game Console (3.5' Active Matrix TFT Color LCD - Aqua Blue - Dual Screen - 4-way - 800 X 240 - ARM - 128 MB Memory Digital Media Professionals PICA200 - Wireless LAN - Battery Rechargeable)
  • Nintendo 3DS Handheld Game Console (3.5' Active Matrix TFT Color LCD - Aqua Blue - Dual Screen - 4-way - 800 X 240 - ARM - 128 MB Memory Digital Media Professionals PICA200 - Wireless LAN - Battery Rechargeable)

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Introducing the Nintendo 3DS system. Experience incredible gameplay featuring real 3D graphics, with no need for special glasses. Nintendo 3DS is a breakthrough in portable entertainment, a truly...More

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Introducing the Nintendo 3DS system. Experience incredible gameplay featuring real 3D graphics, with no need for special glasses. Nintendo 3DS is a breakthrough in portable entertainment, a truly cutting-edge piece of hardware. It has to be seen to be believed.

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  • 3DS

    By SelfContainedThinker  Nov 28, 2011

    ### When I first picked up the 3DS i had little expectations of it. However, I was soon blown away by the overall effects that were able to radiate from this console. The 3D effects are on par, if not better then, Cinematic 3D effects. The buttons functi...oned smoothly, and the included circle pad made the PSP version shrink and pee a little. The only downsides I see to this console are the price ($169.99), the battery life (3-5 hours), and the fact that the 3D doesn't work for everyone, so you should definitive try before you buy. Read more Less

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  • nintendo 3ds review

    By Blake  Oct 29, 2011

    ### I think you should give the 3ds a try its one of my fovrite gaming systems its good and okay in some features.I love the nintendo 3ds i think you should go pick it up overall a good system.But the sound did's to be inporved i work around that fail in...the system.Best one to pick over the other ds's on my oppyin.That's the reveiw Read more Less

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  • Nintendo 3DS (Aqua Blue)

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    provides an impressive 3D gaming experience without the need for special glasses. Theres a 3D effect slider, it shoots and displays 3D photographs with its dual back-facing cameras, and it has a single front-facing camera. The 3DS comes preinstalled with a bevy of software and StreetPass and SpotPass services, and it comes with a drop and charge dock. The eShop, including GBA Virtual Console, Internet browsing functionality, DSiWare transferring, and Netflix support, is coming in May. THE BAD: The launch lineup is lackluster, and the disappointing low-resolution lenses provide grainy photos. The 3D effect can cause headaches for some, and it can "snap out" due to sensitive viewing angles and games that encourage movement. The 3DS has a very short battery life, and most Internet functionality isnt activated at launch. Its also expensive and may not provide enough value and functionality for those looking for an all-in-one device. THE BOTTOM LINE: Though its a bit pricey, the Ninte... Read more

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