Even the most die-hard Nintendo fanboys could be forgiven for not knowing about the 64DD.
The 3DS's new second thumbstick is, to be blunt, horrific. It's an ugly, quick fix to a problem that should have been identified during the handheld's design phase, not six months after.
The PlayStation 3 may be expanding to 250 Gigabytes in the United States next month, but a mere 13 years ago Nintendo was working on its own storage expansion. A whole 64MB more storage capacity was coming. With Zelda.