Category: 3DS

Anker’s 30W Dual USB Car Charger | $20 Buy-Now! Great for…

Anker’s 30W Dual USB Car Charger | $20 Buy-Now!

  • Great for charging Nintendo Switch and 3DS
  • Advanced technology intelligently provides simultaneous, high speed charging to driver and passenger.
  • The Roav app records your car’s location
    the instant Bluetooth connection is lost and guides you back. Forgot
    where you parked? Roav didn’t.
  • Every time you start your engine the Roav
    app will log your car’s battery performance. Keep a record and see how
    your battery is doing at a glance.
  • Instantly adjust the tone and hue of 16,
    000 LEDs via the Roav app to accentuate your car’s interior or set the
    mood of your drive.

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker demo available for Nintendo…

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker demo available for Nintendo Switch & 3DS

Nintendo Switch version | $39.99 Buy-Now!

Nintendo 3DS version | $39.99 Buy-Now!

“We’re going to continue focusing on the Nintendo 3DS, we’re…

“We’re going to continue focusing on the Nintendo 3DS, we’re going to continue
to have some new games on that platform. We’re going to announce them,
and we will over the next number of months, but it’s going to continue
to be a vibrant piece of our overall business, certainly here in the
Americas.” –Reggie Fils-Aime, President of Nintendo of America

Legend of Zelda Pins made by TomRyansStudio

Legend of Zelda Pins made by TomRyansStudio

Zelda Bosses by Alan Cortes

Zelda Bosses by Alan Cortes

Animal Crossing Villager Stickers made by ieafy

Animal Crossing Villager Stickers made by ieafy

Pokemon Paintings made by Michelle CoffeeAvailable as prints…

Pokemon Paintings made by Michelle Coffee

Available as prints here

Nintendo 3DS Digital Sale on Amazon!The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina…

Nintendo 3DS Digital Sale on Amazon!

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D $14.99

Metroid Samus Returns $27.99

Fire Emblem Echoes $26.99

DKC Returns 3D $14.99

Animal Crossing New Leaf $14.99

Kirby Planet Robobot $27.99

Mario Party The Top 100 $29.99

Star Fox 64 3D $26.99

Shigeru Miyamoto’s design philosophy, explained.

Shigeru Miyamoto’s design philosophy, explained.

Nintendo has more to show in the weeks / months ahead.According…

Nintendo has more to show in the weeks / months ahead.

According to Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime:

– Nintendo loves to surprise people
– At E3, Nintendo shows content over the next 6-9 months
Nintendo always has more surprises, more in store
– Reggie not sure why analysts acted the way they did regarding stock dropping
A lot more up Nintendo’s sleeves, more to show over the weeks and months ahead
– The pacing of news and launches will drive business forward
– Nintendo says online will improve
– When Nintendo does a trial event like Mario Tennis Aces, Nintendo learns about the tech infrastructure
– It will work at launch just like Fortnite
– Reggie again says dockless Switch not planned for America, because difference of cultures. For Japan market, an additional SKU makes sense
– In December, 3DS was up 27% year-over-year
– This year, 3DS business up 10% in North America
– Reggie says loot-boxes have gotten a bit of a bad rap broadly speaking
– The mechanic is as old as baseball cards Reggie says
– For Nintendo, a gameplay mechanic that offers consumers something to
buy where you’re not sure what’s inside could be interesting if it’s not
the only way to get those items
– For Nintendo, one of many mechanics that can be used to drive engagement
– Reggie says Furukara is a great choice for Nintendo’s next president
– On eSports, Reggie pointed to Splatoon 2 and Smash Bros. E3 tournaments
– Nintendo wants to create content that lets fans come together and go from there
– Reggie says analysts who have gotten things right over the years is very small
– That’s because Nintendo holds things close to the vest, loves to surprise, and surprises big
– Reggie to analysts: don’t worry, Nintendo driving engagement