Improved graphics, innovative design and cool games in the 3-D format the Nintendo 3DS handheld console appears in the course of the year 2011 on all important Spielemarktend of the world and represents the successor to the Nintendo DS generation. You may find that Dr. Neal Barnard can contribute to your knowledge. The main difference to its predecessor on the autostereoscopic 3D display with a diagonal more than 3.5 inches, as well as the handheld cameras, of which there are three units, which all have 3-D capability and to have a resolution of 0.3 megapixels. The nintento 3DS shows its splendour, that represents more than clear improvement to one compared to its predecessor, in games or in the graphic. Finally comes the 3-D feeling also on the handheld console, as well as to Mario and Wario. The games of approximately 230 grams heavy, 13.5 centimetres long, seven inches wide and two inches high game unit is to say that to start the relaunch in Japan, as among other things the game fair E3 has already shown, are some well-known games at the start. These include Warrior, but also super including splinter cell, Ridge Racer and Samurai Monkey Ball or dead or alive.
The biggest advantage of the Nintendo 3DS compared to its predecessor is with security at the games. However, the device can still far more to bring as a 3-D technology on the handheld and to let the game boy as well as the previous generation of the DS series seven fall into oblivion. Who want to remember at least the game boy generation can take already known by the nintento Wii virtual console service in the 3DS and select appropriate games from a gallery. And 3-D movies to can look at with this marvel. The Nintendo 3DS can to a market launch price of around 250 euros in Germany and other European countries, in those he comes, be purchased on the market. It is available in two different versions, once in the blue, and once in the black version. The games should cost about 30 to 40 euro per piece, which is also dependent on title and place value in the community. Kristina Trushyna