3DS becomes more like a smart phone

by Chris V on

As more and more people use their intelligent mobile phone devices for everything from texting descriptions of their penis to forwarding photos of their penis to sending videos of their penis, the clamor has gotten louder regarding what Nintendo should do in the face of the exploding popularity of smart phones (some call Angry Birds the Legend of Zelda of the 21st Century[citation needed]).

Should Mario Kart be available for phones? Should Nintendo create Game & Watch style games for phones? Should Nintendo get out of the console business? Should Nintendo crawl into a ball and cry? OH GOD WHAT SHOULD NINTENDO DO??? Nintendo’s response appears to be to make its handheld more like a smartphone. By the end of November, the big N intends to issue a software upgrade (Japan only, bitches) that will allow people the ability to record movies using their 3DS handheld. Furthermore, the videos will be in three dimensions, according to Jay “Not a Vase Coating” Alabaster of TechWorld. The movies can be up to ten minutes in length, perfect for today’s attention shortened yo-

Also, by the end of the year, Nintendo plans to have Hulu Plus streaming for both its handheld device and the Wii console. Per Relaxnews via Yahoo News by way of a Google search, Hulu Plus will be available for $7.99 per month and will allow full access to Hulu’s collection of television shows, movies and radio serials on electrical transcriptions. “Nintendo 3DS continues to evolve with great new features and functions designed to reinforce its position as a premiere entertainment device,” beamed Nintendo of America president and former Internet meme Reggie Fils-Aime, the sunlight shining through his pores.