New Nintendo 3DS Revealed, It's Faster and Has Better Screen

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New Nintendo 3DS Nintendo has revealed the new 3DS, which feature a faster CPU, a new analog button, improved screen performance and 'Near Field Communication' support. In fact, the updates represent the most radical evolution for a Nintendo handheld in history. The improved screen of the new 3DS allows users to view the 3D effects from a wider range of angles, while its faster CPU lets it accommodate more technically-sophisticated games. Nintendo's latest handheld reportedly benefits greatly from an FCRAM boost from 128MB to 256MB and the addition of another VRAM of 4MB. Called the 'C-stick', the new analog stick is more like a button than a stick and was designed with the GameCube's C-stick in mind. It will be used in Dragon Quest X: Online, Final Fantasy Explorers, Monster Hunter 4G to control the in-game camera function, as well as in Super Smash Bros. and other future games. The the new 3DS' screen can now automatically adjust brightness depending on the lighting, helping preserve battery life. The Japanese company has confirmed the following improvements:
  • Better quality 3D.
  • Second analog stick.
  • NFC built-in.
  • Gyro sensor.
  • Two new bumper buttons.
  • 7 hour battery life.
  • microSD support.
  • Wireless PC backup support.
  • HTML5 browser.
  • CPU clock increase.
Like its predecessor, the new 3DS will be offered in two variations, but of which feature the improvements highlighted above: a "regular" 3DS and a more expensive 3DS XL with a large screen. Unfortunately for existing 3DS owners, you will need the new hardware to play many, if not most, future game releases, such as the new Xenoblade Chronicles.

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