Nintendo TV is now available to view in 3D.
The show (which is handled by Future Publishing’s Official Nintendo Magazine team) was first made available on Wii 18 months ago, and has been viewed over 1m times. The 3DS version first appeared before Christmas and its second episode goes live today (Friday, January 27th).
Each free episode is available via the Nintendo eShop and lets users view 3D videos of the latest 3DS?games, behind-the-scenes footage, competitions, playing tips and 3D shorts.
The second episode features Resident Evil, The Last Story, Pullblox and 3D Classics Kid Icarus.
“We are always striving to bring fun and exciting new content to Nintendo 3DS users and Nintendo TV will do just that,” said Nintendo UK marketing manager James Honeywell.”
Publisher of Future’s Nintendo products Lee Nutter added: “The new 3D video show really is the first of its kind.”
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