Along with the new Nintendo 3DS system itself, Nintendo has developed new game cards to go along with the system. At the E3 demo booths last week, the game card slots were covered up, according to Kotaku, but we now have a look at both the 3DS' slots and the new 3DS game cards courtesy of esuteru.com.
The cards look mostly the same as the current line of DS cards, but these new ones support a 2GB capacity. And as a result, the slot itself looks mostly identical to those on the current line of DS systems. Nothing particularly exciting, but it's possible the new game cards play some role in Nintendo's increased anti-piracy measures the 3DS is supposed to sport. We can't know for sure, of course, as Nintendo doesn't want to give out any details that might help pirates in trying to circumvent those new anti-piracy measures.
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