Nintendo 3DS LLG: Nintendo’s first foray into 3DS software, Nintendo 3ds LLG review
IGN: Nintendo 3D Land is a gorgeous, retro 3DS title.
It was developed by the folks at Nintendo and developed by a new company, Nintendo Labs.
It’s a title that could be considered a spin-off from the 3DS, and it features a brand new set of game mechanics, such as the ability to move through the world of the game, jump and tilt your 3DS in a way that makes you feel like you’re actually in a 3D environment, and use the power of your 3D glasses to see the game’s 3D world.
And the new game mode, “3D Land,” is exactly what it sounds like.
A huge open world, 3D land is the only place where you can explore, as you can freely use your 3Ds 3D goggles and your 3d camera to see what’s happening around you.
The first time I tried this mode, I couldn’t get the game to launch, and I ended up quitting right away.
And it’s been a while since I’ve tried this, but it’s definitely worth a try.
You can pick up 3DLand for $5 on the Nintendo eShop.
It will be available to purchase on April 9 for $15.
There are other Nintendo LLG titles coming out soon, but this is the first time that we’re going to see a game that was developed in-house for Nintendo.
It feels like a natural extension of Nintendo’s IP.
I was hoping this game would take some time to mature, but I’m glad to see it finally getting out to people.
This is a good start, but there are so many great 3DS games to come, and if you want to get your 3ds experience started, this is probably not the best option. [IGN]