The Nintendo 3DS was released in 2011 as a replacement to the long running DS series. Though it still bears 'DS' in its name, it is a whole new handheld device. It displays 3D effects when using 3DS software without requiring the user to wear 3D glasses. The user interface is the most complex of any Nintendo handheld and utilizes SD card storage. The eShop allows users to download new games, as well as Virtual Console games. The graphics produced rival those of a Gamecube or Wii.
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