Nintendo’s latest creation, the 3DS, is a glasses-free personal gaming console that is hitting the gaming world in the spring of 2011. Titles are already creating quite a buzz, and reviews of the best available games are already available. Some of the titles include:
· Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D
· Ridge Racer 3D
· Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
· Starfox 64 3D
· Steel Diver
· Puzzle Bobble 3D
· Mario Kart
· The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
· And many more!
Expected to be among the front runners in gaming releases this year, the 3DS will have to compete with other high end console releases. Sony and Microsoft are releasing their “Move” and “Kinect” technologies, respectively, and many gaming analysts believe that the 3D technology is only going to grow. Don’t be surprised if laptops, iPads, and cell phones soon utilize 3D screens to display their visuals. There is also competition in the European market, with EuroSport, another hand held 3D gaming system, releasing an array of sporting games as well. Even with such stiff competition, Nintendo has every right to feel quietly confident as everything from the strength and sturdiness of the system, through to the user interface and of course the 3D graphics and game play has been covered and attention to detail is astounding.
As the tech race heats up, cost efficient models will surface, and everyone will be enjoying the 3D revolution. Nintendo has positioned itself at the forefront of this race by ensuring that the 3DS meets expectations, has quality gaming titles, and offers useable applications. It’s important to reiterate that the 3D visuals are created without glasses, adding to the comfort and impressive nature of the hand held console.
Intrigue is abounding regarding Paper Mario, and many hope that Mario Kart delivers at the same standard that seems plausible given the technology. Pilot Wings Resort has taken up more of a Wii Sports feel, and fans of the title may have mixed feelings about the alterations.
Other exciting titles include Super Street Fighter IV, Resident Evil, and Metal Gear Solid. All of these games are delivered in beautiful 3D environments, which will assuredly excite fans across the globe. The broad targeting of the titles is something done on purpose by Sony as to not isolate any type of gamer, whether it’s the core gamers or the social gamers, the Nintendo 3DS has everyone in mind.
More titles are expected, including Zelda Ocarina, which should only add to the excitement, as we inch closer to the spring 2011 release of the Nintendo 3DS.
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