Earlier this week hackers got a build of Linux running on the PlayStation 4. Now GBATemp user Shutterbug2000 demonstrates Windows 95 running on a new 3DS. I can’t wait to run BeOS on my Xbox One.
Word from the ongoing GameStop Expo today is that Nintendo will finally release the smaller version of its New 3DS hardware in North America, responding to consumer demand and apparently making good on a hint the company gave us at E3 in June.
The Binding of Isaac finally arrived on 3DS—specifically, New 3DS—a few weeks back, but it’s been a bumpy launch for roguelike fans, as they’ve run into a series of unfortunate glitches.
Terraria will arrive on 3DS and Wii U early next year. The news was confirmed by 505 Games in a post on the Terraria Community Forums, where Deanzor, a representative working on the Nintendo versions, answered several questions—head over here for the nitty-gritty details.
There’s something almost serendipitous about this...
Today marks the release of Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, a smaller-sized version of the 2012 JRPG that was originally made for the Wii.
Some versions of the New 3DS share a (button) colour scheme with the original JP/PAL Super Nintendo, but you know, for some people—like me—that's not enough. We want a complete SNES tribute.
Ever since I transferred everything to my new 3DS, I’ve played with the 3D slider permanently on. With Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, though (the first game made specifically for the New 3DS, in that it won’t work on an old one) I had to turn it off, because there was just too much happening on-screen.
My 3DS bit the dust a few months back. Rather than pay for Nintendo to fix it, I waited for the New 3DS. Unfortunately, most of my games were purchased digitally, and you can't just insert an old SD card into a New 3DS. On Nintendo platforms, games are tied to the hardware. Dumb? Yes. Reality? Also yes! So I got on…
For a couple of years we at Kotaku have deemed Nintendo's 3DS as an essential piece of gaming hardware. And for decades, new iterations of Nintendo hardware have immediately rendered older units obsolete. Things are different this time around.
In case you haven't heard, Nintendo isn't including a charger with the new 3DS. That means that unless you have an old charger lying around, you'll be totally out of luck the first time the battery dies without buying extra accessories.
Just got a New 3DS? Want to transfer all your digital games and save-files from your Old 3DS to your new one? Well, you're in for an adventure.
We've had a couple of New 3DS XL systems in the U.S. for the last couple of weeks, one in my hands in New York City and one with Patricia out in San Francisco. We like the system, though we're not blown away by it. We have discussed this for your reading pleasure.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask for 3DS is almost here, which means the hype train is in overdrive, and Nintendo's doing everything it can to get people interested in Link's revamped adventure. The company's throwing an art competition on the Miiverse, kicked off by series producer Eiji Aonuma himself, and it's…
Do you live in North America? Want to get your hands on one of these sweet New 3DS faceplates? SORRY. Nintendo doesn't want to sell them to you.
I'm a full-time 6th grade teacher and a gaming enthusiast. You might be surprised how many times those two aspects of my life cross paths.
Nintendo's financial results for the October-December 2014 quarter are in, and they're showing numbers reminiscent of the the ones we saw last time, which is good.
Last year in Japan, Nintendo released two new models of the New 3DS. Next month in Europe, Nintendo will release two new models of the New 3DS. And on February 13 in North America, Nintendo will release... one model of the New 3DS.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask has aged more than you remember. The game came out 15 years ago, after all! It's why Nintendo's releasing a remake next month. Thanks to YouTuber Master0fHyrule, we have a pretty excellent comparison video of the two versions.