ARS: There is a bit of arrogance involved in telling Nintendo how to create a video game system, as the company doesn't develop new hardware as much as it invents new ways to efficiently press money. Still, we're interested in the Nintendo 3DS being good, not merely successful.
We're in Los Angeles now for E3, and we have several meetings scheduled with the company. It's exciting to think that, in just a few short days, we'll have held one of these magical pieces of hardware in our hands. On the eve of Nintendo's E3 keynote, here are our thoughts on what the gaming goliath should do to make the 3DS a must-buy.