Nintendo 3DS and Wii console owners will get quite a few updates in late 2011, together with Hulu Plus on both units and 3D video recording on the 3DS, Nintendo announced Friday. Hulu Plus will land on the Wii and 3DS by the top of the year, while Nintendo guarantees 3DS owners they may be capable of report as much as ten minutes of 3D video by the tip of November.
Hulu Plus – the US-solely TV streaming service – to the 3DS, letting US avid gamers stream TV shows straight to their 3DS over WiFi. There isn’t any phrase on whether we in Blighty shall be receiving any type of comparable service (Hulu Plus is obtainable on Xbox 360 and PlayStaton 3 in the US, while UK console avid gamers have content material offered by Sky, BBC iPlayer, LoveFilm et al.) however we’ll be retaining our fingers crossed.
The 3DS has undergone a number of price cuts since its UK release in March final 12 months, with Nintendo blaming an absence of strong launch titles for the hand-held’s poor gross sales efficiency in Japan and abroad.Price for the cheap 3ds is around 175 dollars. With the Sony PlayStation Vita on the way in which in February 2012, the addition of 3D video is a key fix for Nintendo, adding one other function that it will possibly laud over Sony’s 2D-solely handheld. The replace can be released earlier than the tip of November.