Last Updated Jun 16, 2010 1:13 PM EDT
Let's look at the stats:
- 3D display: Developed by Sharp, the glasses-less 3D display looks really good. Nintendo is already promising 3D movie trailers, which is a simple, smart move -- and a natural limitation to the iPhone/iPod/iPad environment.
- Analog thumbstick: Right above the thumb pad, the new analog thumbstick allows for smoother controls. It is a strong reminder that the iPhone family has no physical controls.
- Huge 3D commitment from gaming big dogs: Nintendo unleashed a surprisingly long list of 3D-enabled games that will be coming out by year's end. It shows that the bigger video game companies haven't counted Nintendo out in the wake of Apple.
Nintendo's Wii plan offered no surprises, but its mobile game will be a force to be reckoned with this year.
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