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Nintendo 3DS Will Have 3D Video Capture, Upgraded eShop And More [Headlines]

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Nintendo's CEO announced upcoming features to be added to the Nintendo 3DS.

Amelia Riley Swan
  • 13 september 2011

Satoru Iwata came on stage at Nintendo’s pre-Tokyo Game Show shindig and announced the 3DS will be getting a few upgrades soon. No word on any hardware changes — yet — but owners can expect 3D video capture as well as upgrades to the Street Pass Mii Plaza and eShop. The press conference is still ongoing, so check back for more details as they’re announced or watch the live video stream (in Japanese) embedded after the break.

Update: And it’s all over! Nothing else new to speak of on the hardware front, and we didn’t catch any more news about those software changes either. We’re just getting our TGS team on the ground in Japan now, so expect more news in the days to come. Engadget

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