Nintendo 3DS launch games Video
Nintendo 3DS launch games Video Transcript
-- Hey I'm Jeff Bakalar for cnet.com we're -- -- the media as president New York City. We have everything we need to know about the hardware but what about the software wanted to come with me and let's check -- and these games. Our first game demo -- steel diver you might remember the demons of tech -- But Nintendo needed only game that -- can be one of the launch games and basically you're controlling the submarine. -- and acceleration of the of the vehicle and its missiles before periscope mode. Move the entire body to shoot missiles that oncoming ship. So that's your first game demo there's a lot more stuff is here -- let's put that amount right now. I guess you can't release a new game console without medicine. Yes please sort of like having storm god that sort of experience what it's going coming up very soon -- year's game launch window. Really think that our final hands on it and that's it for Madden football. Next thing got itself of its. Game you might call widely regarded. Ever -- you -- over for the three US -- you really have something special to this effect is spectacular. All over its night time dreams resorts pics we've seen area might. Sports resort -- is -- pleasant. Liaoning people's and jet packs problems like that really fun and the 3-D effect -- It's so far the most presidency. Plus the fact there's a lot more -- Later than -- some point this chicken. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- They rendered 3-D this is a good. Because playing in one -- the background. Sort of you know it's almost helped to keep your eye on this program -- -- -- but this is going -- one -- -- -- Coming soon. We can -- the final version. This season Resident Evil person. Three -- it's like an all star game. Is a lot of -- from past present legal means you can find them from one server heartbeat and. By far the best looking games you have even today the studio thing is it's awesome once. I've as a lot other games -- everything gets you like content. -- -- -- Injuries are to be a lot as the -- launched wanting one as sort of disclose to everyone. Is you know all these if -- -- -- has had the -- -- off. Now you have to have it -- so that the camera. Is able to shoot image and it doesn't look goals -- we are hopeful when you pick it up to determine -- -- thank god it works really well and once you're locked into that sweet spot. The game actually is pretty spectacular. -- that's gonna do it for us here -- New York -- in this press event I'm just back -- for cnet.com. Thanks -- --
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