No announcement yet.

Search Result

3 results in 0.0052 seconds.
3ds x

  • Ocarina of Time seen on the Nintendo 3DS

    Ocarina of Time seen on the Nintendo 3DS

    There's no English subtitles or dialog here, but it should get Zelda fans excited no less. It's footage of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time being played on Nintendo's 3DS. Yes, in 3D. Sure, you can't see it in 3D, which makes things a little blurry - but that's what your imagination is for. The video mightn't be around for long, as it's believed Nintendo has banned 3DS gameplay videos from being shot at its events, so have a quick look before it's too late....
    Go to post

  • Nintendo reveal 3DS, Donkey Kong, Zelda, Mario Kart

    Nintendo reveal 3DS, Donkey Kong, Zelda, Mario Kart

    Nintendo are making the most of the E3 2010 expo in LA, revealing everything but Miamoto's kitchen sink - which is probably quite extravagant. The upcoming 3D handheld, the 3DS, sports a 3.5 inch widescreen DS Lite-sized touch screen, four buttons, a D-Pad, a motion sensor, a gyro sensor and a real analogue stick....
    Go to post

  • Nintendo, Apple ramp-up mobile gaming

    Nintendo, Apple ramp-up mobile gaming

    Nintendo's recently revealed 3DS hand-held is set to feature a 3D screen - sans the silly glasses. The device will also feature a "3D control stick", presumably an analogue stick. Today sharp released a slew of details regarding a new technology, which is a 3D touchscreen LCD, switchable between 2D and 3D modes. The 3.4-inch, 480 x 854 screen has instantly become the rumored tech to be featured in Nintendo's next iteration of the DS.

    On the iPhone forefront, some patent-snooping has turned up some very interesting applications from Apple. It seems they're considering motion sensing, rumble, dual screen and button add-ons for the iPhone, iPod and indeed iPad. IntoMobile discovered the patent made public yesterday, and would be sure to alleviate the frustration many have with using a touch screen exclusively for mobile gaming.
    Go to post