Nintendo’s handheld consoles date back three decades. The Game and Watch was the first, and since then there have been a number of great Nintendo handhelds. Here the history of Nintendo’s handhelds is covered in more detail.
This year’s hottest games for the Nintendo 3DS include entries from some of Nintendo’s most storied franchises like Zelda, Star Fox, and Mario. Also making an appearance on the list are two fantastic fighting games, a classic action franchise, and one of gaming’s most under-appreciated series.
Both normal and great fairy fountains in Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3DS can help Link on his quest to save Hyrule, but the faeries inside the great fountains also grant exclusive rewards like magic spells, attack moves, and damage reduction. Find them all with our guide.
Epona is Link’s faithful steed and an integral part of his quest to defeat Ganondorf in Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. Our complete guide will show you how to get Epona out of the evil clutches of Ingo at Lon Lon Ranch
Sure, you could spend hours recreating the Miis that currently live on your Wii with the Mii Creator on the 3DS, but why? Using our guide, you can simply transfer them over to the handheld console wirelessly.
It’s awfully convenient to be able to purchase 3DS games directly from your console. What isn’t convenient, is the complicated process you have to endure in order to do so. Our guide will walk you through the process so you can play your downloaded title as quickly as possible.
The Nintendo 3DS has a wealth of awesome, Internet-based, features for players to enjoy. In order to do so, you’ll first have to set up your wireless connection. Our step-by-step guide will help you do exactly that.
Sure, everyone knows about the stunning 3D graphics offered by the 3DS, but there are also a host of amazing built-in features. Check out full details on the system’s ability to augment reality, take 3D pictures, communicate with other systems, create Miis, and more.
Nintendo has just released their latest game system, the Nintendo 3DS, which allows players to play video games and view videos in full 3D without the need for 3D glasses. The question gamers are asking, however: Is this a gameplay innovation, or just another gimmick?
There’s no denying the leaps these five games took to provide innovation in gaming. You’re sure to see some familiar titles while exploring the history of the most innovative games to amaze us.