By now you've probably read our Nintendo 3DS review - in which we said it's "the latest stride into gaming hardware from the most innovative company in the business".
We're not the only ones enjoying the 3D treats Nintendo has to offer, so we've rounded up all the latest Nintendo 3DS hardware and game reviews for your consideration.
[UPDATE: More added!]
Nintendo 3DS hardware
- T3 - 4/5: Nintendo's latest hand-held console successfully takes 3D gaming on the move
- Eurogamer: With its 3D screen - and cameras, and StreetPass, and AR capabilities, and all the rest - 3DS is an almost irresistible toy
- TechRadar - 4.5/5: The 3DS outdoes its predecessors significantly when it comes to power and visual output, which means Ninty players can look forward to demanding names like Resident Evil and Metal Gear Solid in the future.
- Eurogamer - 8/10: As an updating of an old favourite, this is a lovely piece of work; as a friendly shoving-off for a strange new handheld, it's wonderfully judged.
- NGamer - 75: Beautiful to look at, very nice to play. Disappointingly light on content
Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
- CVG - 9/10: An impressive, feature-complete and more accessible portable edition of this generation's greatest fighter.
- NintendoWorldReport - 8.5: Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition is easily one of the best launch titles available for the 3DS. With a great online system, a plethora of characters to choose from, beautiful visuals, and tons of options, there is truly a lot to like with this solid fighter.
- Famitsu (via ONM) - 34/40: Graphics are good. The 3D versus option is a show for the system's 3D, but it can be a bit hard to see. The touch controls are convenient.
- NGamer - 87: A staggering port of an exceptional fighting game, vibrant and beautiful
Nintendogs + Cats
- Famitsu (Via ONM) - 38/40: The fur is realistic and the wireless elements are good. The game can be enjoyed by anyone.
Samurai Warriors Chronicles
- Famitsu (via ONM) - 34/40: There's a lot of volume, and the missions are enjoyable. The 3D makes it easy to grasp enemy position. The game's real time simulation elements are enjoyable
- Famitsu (via Andriasang) - 32/40: The game is lacking in terms of modes, but the standard modes are there. The feeling of distance and closeness is increased because of the 3D depth. The text is a bit hard to see.
Ridge Racer 3D
- Famitsu (via Andriasang) - 32/40: There are few modes. Beginners can easily drift, but the rival car difficulty is high. Good points include the BGM and the inclusion of many old courses.
- Eurogamer - 8/10: Once you penetrate beyond the first few hours of torpid "Basic" races and start earning the praise continually heaped on you regardless by the game's obsequious announcer lady, this is a Ridge Racer experience that could be unlike any other. It has the pace, it has a solid structure and it has a new edge thanks to that magic 3D slider.
Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask
- Famitsu (via Andriasang) - 32/40: The puzzle solving doesn't use 3D too much, but investigating a screen with depth feels good. The game is enjoyable in 2D as well.
Super Monkey Ball 3D
- Famitsu (via Andriasang) - 32/40: The gyro-based controls don't fit with 3D. Playing with the gyro controls is fun, but when the 3D is turned on for this, it's a bit difficult to play.
We'll be updating this list as and when new reviews come out so check back regularly to stay up to date.