LOS ANGELES--Satoru Iwata was on hand at Nintendo's E3 2010 press conference to officially announce the Nintendo 3DS, the first ever portable 3D gaming system. The system resembles a DSi, but features a wide, 3.5-inch 3D screen on top and a touch screen on the bottom.
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Two exterior side-by-side camera lenses allow for 3D photo taking.
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Iwata stressed Wi-Fi connectivity, stating that the console would be able to interact with other 3DS systems while asleep.
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Dozens of third-party developers were announced, all supporting the 3DS.
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Kid Icarus Uprising will be a first-party-developed title for the 3DS.
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Other than Kid Icarus Uprising, the only first-party title announced for the 3DS was virtual pet game Nintendogs, which will now apparently include cats as well.
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