Nintendo attempts to build-upon the success of the DS family of portable consoles with the new 3DS which adds glasses-free 3D to the mix. The 3DS adds a little bulk when compared to the DS to make room for the new 3D cameras and the upper stereoscopic 3D display. If playing in three-dimensions is not your thing a built-in 3D depth slider allows you to adjust the intensity of the effect. Other notable features include the new “circle pad” analog control, adjustable stylus, and built-in motion and gyro sensors. Check out our video review to hear more about the 3DS and its launch titles from our gaming expect Ryan Fleming.
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