Nintendo has priced the Nintendo 3DS, its glasses-free 3D portable, at ¥25,000. That is the equivalent of US$298. Forget the crummy exchange rate for a moment, because the pricing could be different for the West.
In March, the Nintendo DS had a hell of a month, selling more than 700,000 units to portable gamers in the U.S. That was the same month the pumped up Nintendo DSi XL launched. How'd it do?
Whether it be the DS Lite or the DSi, Nintendo has released a spate of Nintendo DS hardware spin-offs in the last few years. The Nintendo 3DS is not a spin-off. It's worth pointing out, you know.
As the Nintendo DS enters its sixth year on the market, introducing its fourth major iteration, the Nintendo DS XL, the software line-up is looking good, especially if you're a fan of portable role-playing games.
There's not much to this recently released Japanese language clip, but it does show the Nintendo DSi LL in the proposed four-player compatibility mode, allowing for one player and three spectators, pleasantly appealing to those young, old, with preference for large or small stylus, whatever. If you prefer your…