Have you tried out the Nintendo 3DS yet?. Girl Gamers UK have tried out the new shiny Nintendo 3DS and now youÂ have the same opportunity. Discover the ground breaking technology of Nintendoâ€™s latest handheld games console before it launches in shops, as the Nintendo 3DS â€˜Seeing is Believingâ€™ tour kicks off 24th February
Monday 14th February 2011 – Nintendo today announced it would be giving thousands of people the opportunity to experience the Nintendo 3DS before it launches on 25th March by hosting a series of free public events in city centres around the country.
The Nintendo 3DS â€˜Believe Your Eyesâ€™â€™ tour spends four days in each location, kicking off on Thursday 24th February in Braehead, Glasgow and St Andrews Square in Edinburgh. It then moves on to the Metro Centre in Newcastle (from 3rd March) and the Westfield Shopping Centre in London (from 10th March). The tour also visits Lakeside in Thurrock (from 17th March). Locations also confirmed are Westfield, Derby (from 24th March) the CentreMK, Milton Keynes and Covent Garden, London on launch day 25th March.
The Nintendo 3DS is the first device to offer 3D entertainment without the need for special glasses.Â It features two screens, three cameras, a motion sensor and a â€˜3D Depth Sliderâ€™ that gives total control over the level of 3D that characters and objects have on screen.
The vivid 3D graphics and the immersive experience the Nintendo 3DS offers need to be seen to be believed and so Nintendo is taking its one-of-a-kind console out to the public with four-day events happening up and down the country from 24th February.
During the events, everyone will get hands-on time with the new console and will be able to try a range of incredible 3D games like Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, Pilotwings Resort, nintendogs + cats and Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D.
Nintendo changed the world of video games with touch-screen gaming in 2004 and motion-controlled gaming in 2006. Now it is pioneering the next dimensional shift by introducing portable entertainment in 3D â€“ without the need for special glasses, with the launch of Nintendo 3DS.