As it turns out, the death of the handheld has been greatly exaggerated. Despite the iPhone (and the iPad) conquering all, and what their advocates will tell you, many out there are still interested in dedicated gaming devices.
Case in point: the 3DS has just surpassed the Wii when it comes to lifetime sales, in Japan at least.
Vblank Entertainment's ode to classic games, which also happens to be filled to the brim with 80s pop culture references, is ready to hijack your 3DS. And as the Vita version already proved, "Retro City Rampage" is best enjoyed on the go.
Though it wasn't easy bringing the XBLA/PSN/WiiWare/Steam favorite to Nintendo's three dimensionally inclined portable.
When Summer Carnival ‘92: Recca was first announced for the 3DS Virtual Console, most people didn't pay much mind. But for the small handful of folks who are well aware of the game's history and legacy, their minds were blown to say the least.
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The handheld port of developer WayForward's second game based on the hit Cartoon Network series will feature everyone's favorite handheld character.
What might be one of gaming's worst kept secrets in recent weeks has finally been made official: an all black version of the Nintendo's fun-sized 3DS XL is indeed coming to the North America.
It'll be out on August 11th in the US, the same day as Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, Nintendo tells us.
Most saw this coming, thanks to leaked circulars that has advertised an all black iteration of the hardware for weeks now. Anyhow, this is certainly good news for those who have not been fond of the color choices thus far.
Though the one color that discerning 3DS fans want the most is an all white system, but Nintendo has made it clear that it ain't happening anytime soon. With the reason given that white colored hardware doesn't sell in North America.
"BearShark" originated as an article series on CollegeHumor in 2010 and later debuted as a six-episode original series on on Nintendo Video for the Nintendo 3DS. Now, CollegeHumor is taking things a step further, announcing “BearShark” the game for Nintendo's latest handheld.