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The company that set the standard in handheld gaming has now set the standard in jumping-out-of-your-hand gaming with the new Nintendo 3DS. It looks familiar enough, with the dual-screen format we've come to know and love, but then, "Pow!" The top screen displays mind-blowing 3D visuals without the need for any special glasses, drawing you into the game for a uniquely immersive experience. How did they do it? We think it's a special blend of science and magic that we like to call "magience." The addition of a 360-degree Circle Pad control and built-in motion sensors will help you navigate 3D worlds in a wide variety of games designed especially for the 3DS. And when you're not playing, you can have fun taking 3D pictures with the built-in 3D camera.
The bottom screen utilizes the touch-screen stylus controls that made the Nintendo DS famous, but the top-screen displays rich, glasses-free 3D visuals. The 3D Depth Slider allows you to select the level of 3D that looks best to you, or you can turn the effect off completely and still enjoy playing 3DS games, as well as many DS games you already have. A built-in motion sensor and gyro sensor react to every movement and tilt of the system, allowing you to twist and turn your way through 3D environments, and the new Control Pad will allow for 360 degrees of the precise movement and responsiveness of an analog stick.