Skip to main content

7 Exciting Features In The New Nintendo 3DS

Nintendo always comes up with the best innovative product for their customers. This year, the company launches the new Nintendo 3DS: a brand new portable game console that offers 3D gameplay without the need for glasses. This new product was first launched in Japan on February 26, 2011, and now it is available all over the world. If you haven’t heard much about the new Nintendo 3DS, here are some features that you must know:

[amazon_carousel widget_type=”SearchAndAdd” width=”400″ height=”200″ title=”” market_place=”” shuffle_products=”False” show_border=”False” keywords=”3ds” browse_node=”” search_index=”VideoGames” /]

1. The Nintendo 3DS does not just let you play games, but it also allows you to listen to your favorite music. This handheld game console has the ability to play MP3 files as well as the AAC files. The 3DS also comes with a 2GB SD card that allows you to save hundreds of songs.

2. The 3DS enables you surf the web and access the Nintendo eShop. This is a site where you can download game demos. Based on the demos, you can rate the games and see other people’s reviews.

3. The 3DS comes with a parental lock feature. By entering a PIN code, you can limit game choices. With this feature, you can choose games based on their age-rating. If you are going to share your 3DS with your little brother, then this feature is very useful.

4. Nintendo 3DS offers an interesting feature called Play Coins. You earn Play Coins by taking walks with your game console in your pocket. The more steps you take, the more Play Coins that you earn. The coins that you earn can be used to unlock games which are compatible with the 3DS technology.

5. When fully charged, the battery will last for three and a half hours. If you expect the battery to last longer, then you can reduce the brightness level of the screen.

6. The 3DS also comes with a “friend list” feature. This list shows the people whom you have exchanged friend codes with. When your friends are online, you can see them and use the Wi-Fi messaging feature to send messages to them.

7. The Nintendo 3DS offers you easy access to the internet. You just need to choose the Internet Settings option, enter your Wi-Fi password, and you are connected to the internet.

Those are some exciting features that you can get from the new Nintendo 3DS, besides a more fantastic gaming experience. You can get MP3 playability, easy online access, parental lock system, and Play Coins features all in one package. You can get the Nintendo 3DS from various gadget stores or you can order via online retailers.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Anna_Carr

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/6336342

 

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Got A New Switch? Add These To Your Shopping List

Nintendo's Switch is a fun little console for the whole family. Not only does it connect to your TV as a console, it doubles as a portable gaming console as well. Unfortunately, once you purchase you Nintendo Switch console, your purchases (apart from the games) don't end there. You're going to need a few more accessories that will both protect your console and enhance gameplay. Tempered Glass Screen Protector : SCREEN PROTECTOR FOR NINTENDO SWITCH: Protect your switch from any accidental drops and impact, smudges and scratches - tempered glass is case and charging dock compatible and will not melt, peel, crack or chip off in high temperatures. TEMPERED GLASS SCREEN PROTECTOR: Glass cover for Nintendo Switch is designed to absorb impact if the switch is dropped or smashed, with the switch screen protector glass cracking instead of the switch screen (Sold in multi-packs so you will have extras). SCRATCH RESISTANT: This screen protector back for Nintendo Switch is ultra

TLP: S2. Ep.14 - Stadia additions, F-Zero coming to Switch & Sony and Nintendo overseas

  Welcome back to another another episode of the Tech Loft Podcast! In this week's episode we share news regarding: 'Overcooked', 'Golf With Your Friends', and 'Cities:Skylines' coming to Stadia The best 'F-Zero' game comes to the Switch Sony and Nintendo suspend shipments and Nintendo puts eShop under maintenance

OUYA's Emulators Submitted For Review

Over at the OUYA forum, I found a ‘tidbit’ of information for fans of old school retro games. The posting found on the forum states that several well known emulators will be coming to the OUYA. Those gamers who love the classic NES and SNES games should rejoice. According to the developer of  EMUya, the NES emulator  has already been submitted for review and should be available on the the OUYA at launch (March 28th). SNES & N64 fans will have a options as well. Both the  SuperGNES SNES emulator , and  Mupen64Plus N64 Emulator , will also be ported over to the OUYA. We have confirmed that the Mupen64Plus emulator will be available at launch. On top of this, today, we’ve learned via  twitter  that one developer is even working on an N-Gage emulator for the console. For me, this is exciting news, I always love kicking back old school and play an 8-bit or 16-bit title from back in the day. You can be sure that I’ll be keeping an eye on the emulator front. There is one thing that concer