It's a widely known fact that Nintendo's 3DS system will be unveiled at next week's E3 event, and to go along with that, Nintendo will apparently lift the embargo from other publishers who want to announce 3DS titles.
As is typical with new hardware releases, publishers who get in on the ground level are unable to market or publicize their games until the hardware maker gives them the green light.
Even though the 3DS has been confirmed, Nintendo has still prevented any third-party publishers from announcing 3DS content. That will change at E3, according to Game Informer.
The magazine reports that in addition to the expected gamut of titles Nintendo will announce itself during the event, other publishers will be free to show off their own content as well. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise, but it is good to know that there must be some third-party content already far enough into development for this to be an issue.
3D is going to be big at this year's E3, along with motion control and new gaming hardware, so stay tuned to I4U for all the latest .
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