Features: 3D Depth Slider, Wi-Fi Capability, Nintendo 3DS Sound, Mii Maker, 3D Camera, Front & Rear Camera, Touch Screen
Includes: AC Power Adapter, Stylus
Wired Connectivity: Wireless
Model Compatibility: Nintendo 3DS
Imported from USA
Nintendo 3DS includes two screens. The bottom touch screen makes use of a telescoping stylus that is stored in the unit
itself. The top screen displays 3D visuals to the naked eye. Looking at the screen is like peering through a window into
a world where characters and objects have true depth. The system also has a 3D Depth Slider that lets players select the
level of 3D they enjoy the most. The 3D effect can be ratcheted up to the highest level, scaled back to a more moderate
setting or even turned off completely, depending on the preference of the user. Nintendo 3DS Features: 3D Upper Screen,
Touch Lower Screen, New input & controls, Inward-Facing Camera, 3D Depth Slider, Wireless Switch, Dual Outward-Facing
Cameras, Augmented Reality (AR) Games and built-in applications, Circle Pad, Gyro Sensor, Motion Sensor and Pedometer.
Modern handheld gaming has long been dominated by Nintendo and Sony. Each hardware manufacturer has multiple viable
offerings derived either directly, or evolving from the respective DS and PlayStation Portable product lines. All of
these devices are impressive multifunctional devices, with designs meant to encourage gameplay on the go, integration
with the Internet, backwards compatibility to previous games, and so on, but each goes about this in different ways.
Taking a few minutes to examine the main features, and getting more familiar with available options, accessories and
possible limitations of each handheld is the optimal way to determine which is the best choice for a player.
Handheld Console Choices
Online Play and Functionality
The wireless revolution in personal electronics has made online functionality and connectivity to the Internet a huge
focus in handheld gaming. Every handheld console has an online arena that has either been built specifically for it, or
that has been adapted to suit the needs of online players. By utilizing these portals players can greatly expand their
chosen platform's potential, maximize gaming fun and increase the overall entertainment value of their devices.
The Nintendo eShop is your one-stop shop for exciting downloadable games, videos, applications, and so much more.
Discover all-new 3D software, plus legendary titles from gaming past remastered in 3D. Revisit with classic portable
"Virtual Console" games starring Mario, Link, many other faces from the Nintendo catalog of games. Gain access to
hundreds of previously released DSiWare games, applications and much more. Browsing the Nintendo eShop is incredibly
easy, and fun. Find any title in seconds, then view screenshots, game info, and even video to help you make your
purchase. You'll even find details and 3D video of Nintendo 3DS games available at retail stores. All games are able to
be saved in your own custom wishlist so you can always remember the titles you want to get.
DSiWare through the DSi Shop is a service that allows DSi players to download games and applications directly to their
handheld console in exchange for DSi Points purchased through a local retailer. Experience new and innovative gameplay,
fresh takes on the classics-and much more. Just shop, download, and enjoy. Visiting the DSi Shop is easy, just establish
wireless broadband connection, click on the Nintendo DSi Shop icon from your menu screen and browse the shop and use
Nintendo DSi Points. Games and applications can be saved to SD cards (sold separately).
PlayStation Network is an all access pass not only to a world of gaming, but also one of entertainment at-large. The
service is 100% free, only requiring a PlayStation handheld (or a PS3) and a broadband connection to the Internet Once
you are in visit the PlayStation Store where users can download games, first run and classic movies, previews, DLC
add-ons for games, game demos, music and original PlayStation oriented streaming video content. Purchases can be made
using a credit card or a PlayStation Network Card purchased offline. Content can be stored on external media or within
the hard drive of the PSPgo.
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