Nintendo 3DS stolen from a Chinese assembly line

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A Chinese factory worker has decided his job isn’t satisfying enough and has now decided to enter the world of espionage by stealing a brand spanking new Nintendo 3DS of the assembly line and posting pictures and video of it on the Internet.

Unsurprisingly Nintendo has very quickly gotten YouTube to take down the video but the pictures are now all over the place and are impossible to get removed.

Some of the things we can see from the pictures is that there is still no dual-analogue sticks, not that we ever expected that. It is also smaller than every other DS to date, has 3 cameras (2 forward facing for 3D photo’s)  and the 3D depth slider has stayed.


Last Updated: January 4, 2011

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