Ex: Inside the Nokia Theater at this year's E3 conference in Los Angeles, Nintendo brought down the house when they pulled back the curtain on their next anticipated new handheld, formerly the Nintendo 3DS.
Not merely an iteration on current DS hardware, the 3DS is a true successor to the groundbreaking portable gaming device that has sold over 125million units.
Nintendo hastily announced the 3DS back in March, as a preemptive strike against Japanese press outlets intending to leak the news. In their press release, Nintendo promised a true 3D experience without glasses, temporarily dubbing the portable device '3DS.' Since then, Nintendo has kept things quiet, revealing nothing about the specs, the games, or the price.
Nintendo head Reggie Fils-Aime introduced the Nintendo 3DS by making fun of the glasses required to enjoy 3D entertainment before unveiling the actual system on the stage floor.