Nintendo 3DS Challenges Sony PS3 In Graphics?

Posted: Jun 6 2010, 2:53pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:31pm CDT, in News | E3

 
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The pre-announced new Nintendo 3DS console is possibly going to be the hottest item at the upcoming E3 2010 show.
Back in March Nintendo announced out of nowhere the Nintendo 3DS. The 3DS would be a 3D portable game console. There are no further details on what kind of 3D besides that you will not need to wear glasses.
Word from developers appears (CVG) that the Nintendo 3DS graphics capabilities are supposed to rival the PS3 and the Xbox 360.

This would be kind of strange for a portable console to compete with their big counter parts in the living room.
The rumors also say that the 3D effect on the Nintendo 3DS is adjustable.

E3 2010 will start on June 15th and we will be at the show to bring your first hand coverage of the hottest new gaming gear. We expect to see and go hands on with the Nintendo 3DS, Playstation Move and Natal.

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