Nintendo have revealed at their Tokyo Games Show press conference that their troubled Nintendo 3DS handheld console will be getting 3D video capture wih a forthcoming update.
The announcement came alongside news that 30 3DS games are on the way for owners of the console, including the long-awaited Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7.
“From the end of this year to the beginning of next, we are planning the kind of extensive line-up that has probably never been seen before in the history of video games,” said Nintendo president Satoru Iwata.
“We will make an all-out effort to see that the 3DS sells enough to become the successor to the DS.”
The console will also soon be available in a “misty pink” version, though no new hardware was introduced. This is despite the fact that Nintendo have revealed a (pretty ugly) second analogue stick add-on, expected to touch down in December.
Nintendo 3DS sales rised a massive 260% after the company cut the price of the console by more than a third, despite its relatively recent launch.