A new unboxing video for Nintendo 2DS by UK retailer GAME shows off some of the new features of the system, while also comparing it to Nintendo’s other current portable devices. One of the highlights of the video comes during a game of Mario Kart 7, when the demonstrator shows off the new curved, embedded L and R buttons on top of the console and proclaims them to be quite comfortable for that game specifically. Other takeaways from the video are the demonstration of a new sleep mode switch at the bottom of the system, as well as the fact that it is still possible to take 3D images with the device, due to the two camera lenses on the back of it. The stylus also appears larger than the 3DS stylus.
There have been many revelations and reactions regarding Nintendo’s new 2DS handheld, including the eyebrow-raising news that the device actually has only one screen. Gamers will be able to experience the new handheld console for themselves on October 12th, at a retail cost of $129.99.
Altus USA has posted the first unboxing video of the gorgeous special edition version of Shin Megami Tensei IV. A third-person RPG epic, Shin Megami Tensei IV is the latest addition to the main Shin Megami Tensei series. Developed by the award-winning ATLUS team, Shin Megami Tensei IV features powerful new demons, expansive dungeons, epic story arcs with branching plot lines, game-altering decision-making, and more. Built specifically for the Nintendo 3DS system with optimized graphics, 3-D dungeons, voiced dialogue, and StreetPass functionality. The game is available July 16th in North America for Nintendo 3DS.
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When the Wii U Premium Pack launches in Japan on December 8th, it will include a black Wii U Console, Wii U GamePad, console stand, GamePad stand, an HDMI cable, two AC Adapters – one for the console and one for the GamePad – and a GamePad cradle. For European and North American consumers, the Wii U Premium Pack, also known as the Wii U Deluxe Set, will include a sensor bar and Nintendo Land as well.