Monday, February 28, 2011

Nintendo sold 400,000 consoles on the first day 3D2

The new console from Nintendo, 3DS, whose uniqueness is the maximum range of three-dimensional images without glasses, had a good start shopping. Was released in Japan on Saturday and several media say the company has sold 400,000 units. The company's forecasts are 1.5 million units sold in Japan until next March 31 when it ends its fiscal year.

Confirmed the sales figures for the first day, had already reached nearly a third of its goal. European market will come on March 25, two days before the United States. The output of the console market has brought also the first demonstrations that can unlock for the moment, play games from previous Nintendo consoles apart, of course, the three-dimensional effect.

Is precisely this uniqueness that has more mystery surrounding its acceptance. Nintendo itself has warned that children under six should not play with it as they are not fully developed sense of sight and adults encouraged to avoid long sessions allow the console to rest your eyes. In fact, the 3D effect can be suppressed One of the biggest bets Nintendo Street is called Pass and is quick and easy connectivity with any other owner of 3DS, go to content or just play wherever they are.

Because the console to be something more than a gaming machine. Nintendo bet because it is a device that is carried everywhere, so the two cameras, but also the connectivity, access to social networks and multimedia content, as they have reached agreements with EuroSport and which are about to close with British broadcaster Sky Sports to provide 3D or Aardman Animation Studios, creator of the movie Rise of the farm and Nintendo debuts Shaun the Sheep shorts.

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