One of the biggest questions gamers will ask come E3 2010 is how both hardware and software developers will take advantage of 3D technology to create innovate new games. In the past monthwe learned that Nintendo, a company known for its advancements in motion controls in theWii and dual-screen touch with the DS, would soon be introducing a three-dimensional handheld system – theNintendo 3DS. And while reception to Nintendo foraying into the 3D space has been mostly positive, to this point much remains unknown. While the technology has gained steam with the introduction of more widespread 3D cinemain IMAX and Sony establishing a 3D television presence (see the recent deal Sony hammered out with ESPN to bring 3D sporting events to American living rooms), every emerging technology experiences its growing pains. 3D will be no exception.