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Australia Gets Only One Game on Nintendo 3DS Launch

Written on February 23, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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What better way to enjoy your brand spankin' new Nintendo 3DS than to play it with only ONE game.

And we thought 16 games aren’t enough for a console release as big as the Nintendo 3DS. Apparently, people need to appreciate what they’re gonna get, especially for those living in the US. Reports have revealed that the land down under, Australia will only have ONE, you heard that right, ONE single 3DS game available once the Nintendo 3DS goes into full swing there on March 31. And of all the games that could’ve been the one to baptized the sweet Nintendo 3DS, it had to be Nintendogs + cats (although we bet some people would be fluttering about in excitement with this… anyone?.

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Only Four Million Nintendo 3DS Available?

Written on January 10, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Only four million Nintendo 3DS units will be available on its first cycle of sale. Time to pack up the tent and camp next to the nearest store that'll sell them.

Nintendo head honcho Satoru Iwata has recently announced that the company will only be selling four million Nintendo 3DS until the end of the fiscal year or March 31. So from the release date, which has yet to be confirmed, players will only have less than two months to grab a Nintendo 3DS from the first batch.

In what seems to be something like a scenery from Charlie and the Chocolate factory, the golden ticket aka Nintendo 3DS units will be distributed throughout the world. 1.5 million will be exclusively sold inside Japan while America, Europe, and the rest of the world will have to share the remaining 2.5 million Nintendo 3DS units. For sure, the numbers won’t enough even for America only!

A number of sites including have already started accepting pre-orders for the much anticipated handheld console, so reserve a unit now before it’s too late (or is it?) or face the wrath of endless lines with cranky, frustrated customers come release date.

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