This post is just going to run through the new stuff from Nintendo's Investor Meeting last night. First, there is the new account system. Nintendo Network IDs are getting replaced with Nintendo Account. It's unclear what all the changes this system will bring but, Nintendo has stated that it will make use of the cloud to share game data between the console, handheld and mobile device. Accounts can be made using Nintendo Network ID, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or even the regular email with a password and will work across all platforms. In addition, purchase software downloads on Nintendo's site, and see purchases, play info, and game-related messages.
Nintendo's first mobile app is called Miitomo. It seems to be a mobile version of Tomodach…Read more >
I'm finally back after a month of working at camp. I didn't bring my laptop so I couldn't really edit, but now that I'm done and came back home, I can come back in fully force at least until college starts up again.Read more >
Well here's how Sears describes the 3DS:
"When it comes to handheld gaming, you can't beat the three-dimensional fun of the Nintendo 3DS. While other handheld gaming systems focus on graphics and sound, Nintendo looked for a new and creative way to play games, this time in 3D. The technology in the Nintendo 3DS allows the user to view games and content in 3D without having to wear those silly glasses. Basically, the screen sends a different image to each eye so that you get the full effect of objects flying at you in three dimensions.
It still has two screens and the traditional game play buttons. However, this version, aside from offering three dimensional pictures, has a few added features to enhance your gaming experience. The 3DS has a b…Read more >