The Nintendo 3DS is a portable game console produced by Nintendo. The autostereoscopic device
is able to project stereoscopic 3D effects without the use of 3D glasses or any additional accessories.
The Nintendo 3DS features backward compatibility with Nintendo DS series software, including Nintendo DSi software.
Announcing the device in March 2010, Nintendo officially unveiled it at E3 2010, with the company
inviting attendees to use demonstration units. The console succeeds the Nintendo DS series of handheld systems,
which primarily competes with Sony's PlayStation Portable.
The Nintendo 3DS was released in Japan on February 26, 2011; in Europe on March 25, 2011;
in North America on March 27, 2011; and in Australia on March 31, 2011. On July 28, 2011,
Nintendo announced a major price drop starting August 12. In addition, as of September 2011
consumers who bought the system at its original price have access to ten Nintendo Entertainment System
games before they are available to the general public, after which the games may be updated to the
versions publicly released on the Nintendo eShop. Later the same year, ten Game Boy Advance games
will also be available to consumers who bought the system at its original price at no charge,
with Nintendo stating it currently has no plans to release to the general public.
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