About the only thing really wrong with the 3DS is that, unlike its predecessor, it's region-locked. Though it appears not as region-locked as once thought.
Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre has both a downloadable and a retail version, and Nintendo has confirmed with Kotaku that the Western edition of the game - available in North America, Europe and Australasia - will work across those regions.
This might sound weird, seeing as no other 3DS title to date has been region-free, but there may be a good reason: being a guide of an art museum, and not a game, the product doesn't have to be rated or classified.
Earlier this year, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata explained his company's recent insistence on region-locking, saying "There are many different regions around the world, and each region has its own cultural acceptance and legal restrictions, as well as different age ratings. There are always things that we're required to do in each different region, which may go counter to the idea that players around the world want the freedom to play whatever they want."
If Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre doesn't need a rating, then according to Nintendo's own reasoning it doesn't need to be locked!