Nintendo 3DS game news

  • Nintendo 3DS XL to pop out 23 August for AU$249.95

    Nintendo 3DS XL to pop out 23 August for AU$249.95

    The new game device will come with a 4.88-inch display on top and a 4.18-inch screen on the bottom. Wait, what? It's bigger, but there's just one thumb stick? 2

  • Gaming handhelds relegated to 'niche' status by iOS, Android

    Gaming handhelds relegated to 'niche' status by iOS, Android

    Devices like Nintendo's 3DS and the Sony PlayStation Vita are fighting an uphill battle in the mobile-gaming market, according to one analyst. 1

  • Wii U gets social, connected and fit

    Wii U gets social, connected and fit

    At its E3 press conference, Nintendo chose to focus on the Wii U, and its games and services, but not so much on specific launch windows or the next generation of 3DS games.

  • Lego Lord of the Rings coming this year

    Lego Lord of the Rings coming this year

    Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment has formally announced Lego Lord of the Rings for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, DS, 3DS, PlayStation Vita and PC. 1

  • What to expect from Nintendo at E3 2012

    What to expect from Nintendo at E3 2012

    Nintendo is entering this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) flagging, but with a new gaming console to show off. Can it finally recapture its lost thunder?

  • Australian game retailers speak out on grey imports

    Australian game retailers speak out on grey imports

    EB Games and JB Hi-Fi confirm policies to import overseas video-game stock for the local market; Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (iGEA) says the move will directly impact local publishers. 3

  • JB Hi-Fi now operating on the grey market

    JB Hi-Fi now operating on the grey market

    About three weeks ago, JB Hi-Fi started openly selling parallel import games in-store. 13

  • Nintendo slides to massive loss as revenue falls off a cliff

    Nintendo slides to massive loss as revenue falls off a cliff

    Nintendo saw its revenue slide steeply, pushing the previous year's profit into a huge loss.

  • Tech Time Machine: 12 March

    Tech Time Machine: 12 March

    Where would we be without batteries? Certainly there wouldn't be mobile phones, gaming devices, digital cameras or, even, automobiles as we know them. Today's Tech Time Machine looks back at who invented the modern battery.

  • Mario Kart racers brought to life by West Coast Customs

    Mario Kart racers brought to life by West Coast Customs

    In celebration of the first title in the Mario Kart franchise to feature 3D graphics, Nintendo commissioned West Coast Customs to truly bring the game into the third dimension by building working examples of two of the cars from the upcoming Mario Kart 7 game. 1

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