Nintendo Explains Why They're Still Keeping The 3ds Around

Nintendo Explains Why They're Still Keeping The 3DS Around

With the Nintendo Switch offering up a bigger display and more powerful hardware, it made sense that many believed that the Switch was designed to replace not just the Wii U, but also potentially the 3DS due to the fact that it could be taken around just as easily as it could be plugged into a TV.

However Nintendo has continued to maintain its 3DS lineup of hardware and also games, and recently in an interview with Kotaku, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime explained why they are continuing to keep the 3DS around, suggesting that it was a more affordable device compared to the Switch, and that it would appeal to the younger crowd.

Casio Announces Mt-g Watches With Built-in Gps Hybrid Wave Ceptor Time-keeping System

Casio Announces MT-G Watches with Built-In GPS Hybrid Wave Ceptor Time-Keeping SystemCasio Computer Co., Ltd., announced today that it will soon release new MTG-G1000D watches, the latest additions to its G-SHOCK MT-G line of shock-resistant watches. Equipped with the company’s revolutionary GPS Hybrid Wave Ceptor time-keeping system, the new models are designed with the dignified and refined look that has made the MT-G line so popular.

Sony : Keeping Obstacles Within Your Frame Can Be A Good Thing

Sony : Keeping obstacles within your frame can be a good thingI’m sure many photographers can sympathize with the plight of ever-maneuvering ourselves so we can omit any obstacles from our frame. Whether we’re contorting in some undiscovered yoga position or have our tripods defying gravity with the way they’re being balanced, we go to great lengths to remove obstacles.

Yamaha : Webb Keeping Hot On Ama250sx West Coast Title Trail

Yamaha : Webb keeping hot on AMA250SX West Coast title trailYamalube Star Racing Yamaha’s Cooper Webb further strengthened his grip on the 2015 AMA 250SX West Coast Championship last weekend by taking his third win from five rounds so far this season. The eighteen year old made a decent start at the Angel Stadium, Anaheim (east of Los Angeles) and passed Jessy Nelson at mid-race distance to earn his accolade on the YZ250F and continue his sterling run of form only three weeks after posting his first career victory in Phoenix for the second round of nine in the series.