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Posted on Thursday, February 14 @ 17:29:46 PST by

I was not an exceptionally early adopter of the Nintendo 3DS, but I did manage to get in a few months prior to the Ambassador Program cut-off and price drop. The game that finally got me to shell out $250 for the handheld was The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, which was well worth it in the end. You wanna sell a system? Put the best looking, best playing version of the greatest game of all time on it.

I took advantage of a deal at the time and bought Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars while I was at it, but there's a reason you don't see that here (and really, Fire Emblem: Awakening which I have as a digital download is 10x better now). Star Fox 64 3D also made the 3DS purchase a must, given my love for Nintendo, the Nintendo 64, Nintendo 64 games, Nintendo 64 games that also have 64 in the title and so forth.

Super Mario 3D Land came after GameRevolution's glowing review, and the rest landed on my shelf out of curiosity, review assignment, or peer pressure (Resident Evil: Revelations). That gigantor Kid Icarus: Uprising box sure sticks out like a sore thumb, but it hides nicely in the back.

Are you thinking about getting a 3DS? Did you see all of the Nintendo Direct announcements this morning, including a release date for Animal Crossing: New Leaf, a new Mario & Luigi game, a Donkey Kong Country Returns game for 3DS, and of course, Mario Golf's 3DS installment?

If you're already enjoying glasses-free 3D, what's on your shelf?
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