updated 05:00 pm EDT, Sun May 8, 2011
We review Nintendo's 3DS flagship handheld
Nintendo was once the unquestioned leader in mobile gaming and virtually cemented its position with the DS for more than half a decade. Then the iPod touch happened: Nintendo was faced with a rival that updates its hardware frequently and designs for the Internet first. The 3DS is its first real answer to Apple and promises not just modern hardware but unique features like automatic device-to-device sharing and, of course, its glasses-free 3D. We'll find out in our Nintendo 3DS review whether it's enough to turn the tide.