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Friday, 30 July 2010 09:59

3DS release date & pricing coming soon

Written by David Stellmack


Nintendo will tell all September 29th
We are getting confirmation from our sources that Nintendo finally intends to shed some light on their release strategy and pricing for the 3DS handheld. When first shown at E3 back in June, the company would not comment on the pricing for the unit or the time frame of when the unit would be released.

Now we are getting confirmation that Nintendo apparently plans to tell all on September 29th.  This will be a big day, as the buzz from E3 surrounding the 3DS is still very strong. From the whispers that we hear, however, we would not expect too much. Our lurkers in the shadows still think that it is unlikely to expect that North America and Europe will see the console this year, and predict that the pricing will be too high for the unit. We will have to wait and see, but it is certainly one day that we will have marked on our calendars.

David Stellmack

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