Nintendo 3DS launch details: CNET News Video
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Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo of America, announces launch details for the Nintendo 3DS.
Hey everyone I'm Jeff Bakalar for cnet.com we're here in new York at the 3-D S press event. Reggie FISA made the president of Nintendo was here giving so much anticipated details about the -- yes. You all. Get to experience today not just a new technology. A new device. But the opening of a vast new world. In 3-D entertainment. Something that you haven't experienced before. Not in theaters. Not on trade shows. And the most obvious change of course. Is no class. Nothing comes between you. And your gaming passion. We've always seen ourselves as part of a much larger entertainment industry. And so while. The Nintendo 3-D F video games will be eye popping. All by themselves. The system also offers more than enough even for people who've never played a video game before. And that's because -- get you can also deliver 3-D. Video playback capability. And third. Nintendo 3-D S also provides immediate 3-D photography. And 3-D display of those pictures. So what are you getting for that you margin fifty dollar price tag. Stated in the -- yes he's a teen tracker they meet me here which -- you in the knees on the system. As well as these readers which is a game that puts your face into the game. There's a 3-D camera and viewer as well as -- 3-D video player. Everyone wants to know what kind of games can we expect on the -- -- People First Party titles that were announced today include. Pilot wings resort Nintendo and cats legend of Zelda -- in a time which is highly regarded as one of the best games of all time. That's getting a -- -- over in terms of third party games we've got super Street Fighter IV three be dead or alive dimensions. Resident Evil greedy as well as -- -- -- -- very exciting stuff there's a lot more to check out at CNET TV dot com including game demos. Videos and more reactions from the president here in New York. On Jeff Bakalar for cnet.com thanks for watching.