Nintendo sees 3D at E3 (video roundup)

A collection of short videos from Nintendo's press briefing at the E3 video game show.

A roundup of video clips showing the highlights of Nintendo's press briefing at E3 2010 on Tuesday. Nintendo used its moment in the E3 spotlight to unveil its 3D-capable portable gaming device, called the 3DS, and to show off a few updates to popular Nintendo titles.

Nintendo's 3DS unveiled
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata announces the first-ever portable 3D gaming system, the 3DS, at the company's E3 press event. Also unique: no special glasses are needed to play.

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First Look: Nintendo 3DS
CNET's Brian Tong examines Nintendo's newest portable game device.

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Nintendo kicks off its E3 press event with a preview of the next chapter in the popular Zelda game series. Expected to release in 2011, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is designed for use with the Wii MotionPlus.

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Golden Eye 007
An old favorite is back. Nintendo announces it's bringing James Bond to the Wii in Golden Eye 007.

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Mickey comes to the Wii
Nintendo announces Disney's Epic Mickey, an exclusive new game for the Wii console starring Mickey Mouse, many other Disney characters, and locales from past and present.

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