Thursday, July 10, 2014


The anniversary of when the first 3D Nintendo console was made is coming up fast. It was released in Japan on July 21, 1995. You may ask, What was released. The answer, The Virtual boy console. It was released as the first 3D out of the box "portable" console and it was... Kinda'. How anyone could lug the big thing all around like a gameboy is beyond me, but the console was labeled "portable" for some reason. The Virtual Boy was Nintendo's first 3D console and it hit North american shelves back in August 14, 1995. So either way, right around NOW is the console's anniversary. And I think that's great, considering Nintendo's newest Ad campaign being #3DSummer. I believe that we should celebrate the time Nintendo put down it's first building block to the 3DS by opening up ours [if U have one] And gaming like crazy. Share the gaming luv for the 3DS with Nintendo's hashtag #3DSummer

Game On Gamers!