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Sports Highlights Now Available for Nintendo 3DS

April 23, 2012

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If you have a Nintendo 3DS, you're probably used to used playing classic games from the Super Mario Bros. and Zelda franchises. Now you can now look forward to watching sports highlights on your handheld device.

Gamers who use a 3Ds can now access video highlights from NBA Digital, MLB.com and the Barclays Premier League from Fox Soccer. All you have to do is bring your console to one of the 29,000 Nintendo Zone locations around the country. You will not only be able to find highlight videos and top 10 plays, you can view and save 3D images, with new ones coming to Nintendo Zone weekly.

To find the location of the closest Nintendo Zone and get more info on Nintendo, head over to the company's website.

Photo:  gamersxtreme.org

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