Nintendo Transforms 3DS Into Video Recorder This November
Just remember: don't use this new feature for evil. AKA, please keep your clothes on.
Slowly, but surely, the 3DS will become an all-in-one multimedia device. We've already seen movies through Netflix, and at the end of November, the system will capture 3D video.
This cool feature will be made available through a system update. Armed with the necessary software, players will be able to record up to ten minutes of footage and then mess with stop motion animation.
In addition, the update brings new puzzles to StreetPass Miss Plaza, as well as a new dungeon for the fun RPG, Find Me, both of which come with every 3DS system.
Not sure how that video will look displayed on the 3DS' top screen, but it's good to see the big N squeezing every bit of potential from its relatively young handheld.