Thursday, March 03, 2011

Nintendo 3DS embeds on the Web

Nintendo 3DS embeds on the Web - When Nintendo President Satoru Iwata at the Game Developers Conference is the honor, the industry expects important announcements. As in 2005, 2006 and 2009, Nintendo's chief said in San Francisco, Nintendo's innovation. The focus of this year's speech was, of course, Nintendo 3DS. Besides the confirmation of the first "Mario" game for 3DS, developed by the creators of "Super Mario Galaxy," Iwata had brought especially for customers in the U.S. interesting news.

With new multimedia capabilities will bear the manufacturer in the coming months, the trend for total network account. As a cooperation partner in the U.S. market, Nintendo has the telecommunications provider AT & T win. 3DS customers in the U.S. will soon be able to connect their handheld console to more than 10,000 Wi-Fi hotspots around the country to the Internet - at no extra cost. The necessary update will be played in early May on the units. Then 3DS players can also access the streaming capabilities of the online video store Netflix. As for Wii, submits Netflix account for 7.99 U.S. dollars a month to movies, TV shows or sports events to stream directly to the console. In parallel there is a wide range of movie and game trailers and music videos to be offered in 3D.

Games fans should also be rather pleased that will increase markedly with the May update also supports the selection of downloadable games. Then, keep the classics of Virtual Console games for Game Boy, Game Boy Color, PC Engine and GameGear collection on 3DS. In addition, the DSiWare offer is made available. A real treat for retro gamers will also be the 3D Classics. Selected hits are from the giant Nintendo catalog remastered as a 3D version of a new life. This Nintendo fan but not all wishes fulfilled. Therefore, it will be with the update and a solution for Nintendo fans who want to play their games by DSiWare older handheld models to 3DS. Which of these deals, when and to what extent German 3DS available to buyers is still unclear.


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