The Nintendo 3DS marked a technology breakthrough: it's the first handheld 3-D game system that doesn't require any extra accessories. Today, it's taken another breakthrough step after it announced a significant price drop. The 3DS system will now sell for $199.99, after it hit the market in March for $169.99. The announcement of the price cut was made just after Nintendo posted a loss of $324 million for its first quarter. Amidst fierce competition from Sony, Apple, and others, the 3DS has...Read Full Story
Nintendo's new DS handheld device will hit stores next week, but the company's already thinking toward the future. Next up? A new DS that allows you to play in 3-D without wearing any special glasses. According to Yahoo.com, the Nintendo 3DS, as it's called, will be compatible with all of the company's current games. You'll only have to wait a couple of more months to find out all about the innovative device: Nintendo is planning to show it off at June's E3 video game trade show, and it...Read Full Story
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