Bought your 3DS in March? Believed in the hype? Realized none of the good games were coming soon and that the available titles at launch were sucked (for the most part)? Felt cheated when Nintendo dropped the price tag by nearly $100 dollars?
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Nintendo is going to win best in show for its E3 presentation. A powerful new console with a unique controller, backwards compatibility, HD graphics and stupefying AAA titles are going to acutate all of our saving habits from now til 2012. 3DS will continue its stalwart run with stronger software, new features and a digital store with fresh content. With the way things are looking, another impressive showing from the Kyoto based corporation is being foreshadowed. Tuesday cannot come any sooner and there won’t be enough towels to cover all the wet pants next week. Game on.
If this is true, and that has yet to be confirmed officially by Square Enix, it could be a very clever marketing move and additional revenue stream. DQX will have some features that work on the 3DS, but not a full working game. At the same time Nintendo has started releasing NES games through the eshop. Could it be Square Enix plans to release a NES version of DQX in the 3DS magento eshop?
Simply put, some controllers are a better fit for some games than others. That’s why fight pads and arcade-style joysticks are so popular among the hardcore fighting game community. If you have a wide variety of options, it’s best to use them, rather than try to have everyone conform to a single design.
Another thing to consider is that it seems that Nintendo may be pushing many of their customers towards the very thing they have fought against for so very long: piracy. While not everyone would necessarily pirate the games, there is a good chance there are some who would in lieu of being able to obtain a legitimate copy, while others have already announced their plans to hack their systems just the same so that they can import. If Nintendo wanted to keep people on the straight and narrow, withholding so many games they want to play during a drought of software is really not the way to do so.
And finally, in case you missed it on Friday, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon had Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime on to show off a little bit of their E3 fare, including Kid Icarus: Uprising, the Wii U, and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. You can check all of that out here.