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Previewing the 3DS: Speculation on Launch Window, Price and More

VGC: 'Previewing the 3DS: What Nintendo Still has to Reveal

E3 2010 had a lot of games from a lot of companies. We learned a lot. For 3DS much was revealed, but we have much to learn. With Nintendo rumored to be revealing 3DS launch details on September 29, 2010 in Japan, I have speculated on five topics regarding the 3DS launch that we should be learning about real soon, since they were not revealed at E3. At the latest, information should leak out by October 28, when Nintendo and other publishers announce financial results for the half year ending September 2010. To be clear, the following paragraphs are speculation on my part based on what we know, and what we think we know about 3DS - I don't have any inside sources for this information.'

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Rrobba2653d ago (Edited 2653d ago )

I'm really looking forward to getting the Nintendo 3DS. I hope it comes to Europe this year, but I doubt it. I also hope it doesn't cost anything above £200 / $250. That is my limit, but considering it'll be the most powerful hand-held console to date graphically, and considering it has 3 cameras, and a special 3D screen, and higher resolution screens than the DS, and (hopefully) more internal storage space we can assume that it's going to be at least $200, but it'll probably be $229.99 or $249.99

iamnsuperman2653d ago (Edited 2653d ago )

I think it will be quite expensive probably even more than you said....The problem with releasing it now is console will be around the same price due to being out a while but they have to release it because Sony could have released something similar if they do not release it

EYEamNUMBER12653d ago

im calling it at 219.99 nintendo has been saying/hinting that the 3ds price would coincide with that of the dsi and xl

DS LITE 129.99 DSI 159.99 DSIXL 189.99 = 3DS 219.99??

Rrobba2653d ago

Honestly i'm expecting big things from the 3DS, Nintendo, don't dissapoint.