Nintendo clarifies its stance on 3DS games that require 3D

Nintendo clarifies its stance on 3DS games that require 3D.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/03/pfasi.jpg[/newsimage]Nintendo's initial unveiling of its glasses-free portable handheld system the 3DS at 2010s annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (lovingly called E3 by gaming enthusiasts and the press alike) was met with nearly unanimous praise. And that's disregarding the 'cheap heat' the company generated by providing the mostly male audience gathered at its conference a hands-on demonstration via units tethered to the supple bodies of young female models. Though early reports praised the device for actually delivering on the promise of 3D-gaming sans clunky glasses, as the year wore on the hype cooled and early revelry turned to stern discussion: Could the 3DS damage your eyes?


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