Nintendo 3DS Emulators
Nintendo 3DS Background
The Nintendo 3DS is the first glasses-free 3D video game device. The 3DS was originally announced at the E3 June 2010 convention, and it created a lot of buzz in the video game industry. At a time where 3D TVs that required special glasses to view the effects were beginning to thrive in the market, a glasses free 3D screen was a technological milestone that TV makers are still trying to replicate today for their big screens.
Below are the Nintendo 3DS Emulators available:
Nintendo 3DS Emulators for Windows
More Info on the Nintendo 3DS
The portable device features dual screens, with the top 3D screen sporting a 800 x 240 resolution at 3.53″ and a bottom 2D 320 x 240 resolution 3.02″ touchscreen. It also packs in a 3-axis accelerometer & 3-axis gyroscope for motion-based gaming. Other features include dual cameras for taking 3D pictures and videos, a 3D depth slider to adjust the intensity of the 3D effect, integrated wireless b/g for online connectivity, a microphone, an IR port, and 2GB of SD card storage.
Nintendo released the 3DS to the US in March 2011, where it sold 440K devices during the first week of its launch. In August 2012, Nintendo released a new edition of the handheld named the Nintendo 3DS XL. This new device has 90% larger screens and gives users 4GB of SD storage space — twice the capacity as its predecessor.
The Citra Emulator in Action
Citra is the best Nintendo 3DS emulator out there. It can play a lot of Nintendo 3DS games beautifully. Do you want to watch videos of the Citra emulator playing 3DS games and see what it’s capable of doing? Then check out the following YouTube playlist we have created.