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Unformatted text preview: http://www.cnn.com/2011/TECH/gaming.gadgets/03/15/nintendo.3ds.gaming/index.html I chose to write this weeks article on the new Nintendo 3DS, since it will be coming out this week. I know that the hype is just starting and that the lines will be forming on the 26 th of March of people waiting outside of major retailers (like they always do) for new electronics that are just coming out, unless they were smart enough to pre-order them. I personally am not big into gaming, so I do not see the major draw to all these different gaming platforms in the first place. Yet in my household, which I have 5 children, we have a variety of different gaming systems. The article is stating that the 3D effects, that you do not need 3d glasses for, is the biggest feature of the new Nintendo 3DS. This is not going to only be used for gaming, and it is going to be a cross-over for other entertainment purposes. It will be Nintendos hope that people will become as entrusted to their devices as others are to their smartphones. I am not sure that I can fully see this since entrusted to their devices as others are to their smartphones....
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course CSI 111 taught by Professor Lavoie during the Spring '09 term at Holyoke CC.
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