Topic: John Koller
Nintendo 3DS will retail in the US for $250, Nintendo announced today.
Nintendo DSi units will now go for $150 while the Nintendo DSi XL will set consumers back $170. The price cuts come in advance of the release of the Nintendo 3DS.
A software update for the Sony PlayStation 3 shows that the 3D revolution will hit the PS3 in full force – and a lot sooner than you might think.
The Nintendo 3DS is meant to bring real 3D capability to the handheld market. But one Sony rep says Nintendo could have trouble finding an audience for the 3DS – especially among the younger users drawn to the Nintendo DS platforms.