Wired: In some ways it seems a bit of a mistake for Nintendo to call their third DS iteration the 3DS. By making so much of their top screen they may be getting a lot of free hype, but the other aspects of the 3DS go unnoticed.
One of the reasons I liked the original DS was that it offered a range of features that worked together – touch screen, dual screens and microphone. And happily, the 3DS does in fact have a lot more to it than simply that 3D screen. In fact, for me these other features are just as exciting.