The latest system update for the Nintendo 3DS has finally gone live today.
There are quite a few new changes coming to the handheld, which begins with the camera. Users will now be able to record video in 3D, with the option to do so being integrated into the camera feature itself. There are also three other 3D recording modes available, which include “Montage”, “Stop Motion” and “Interval”. These three however, do not feature audio.
Apparently there is something up with the eShop, which, after the download, notifies users that it is currently under maintenance. There is no word on whether it will include any new game updates for those under the Ambassador Program, but will we will have news on that in the coming days.
The update also includes the addition of the Nintendo Zone, which is set to deliver unique content from participating locations, which will also include promotions and advertisement. Those notifcations however, can be turned off.
Nintendo Zone will also feature previews of Nintendo 3D games, 3D videos, special offers, “surprise” SpotPass content, and the ability to play games online from those locations that have a Nintendo Zone.
New hats and puzzles have been added to the Mii Plaza from StreetPass and a new Find Mii game. Puzzle Swap also has big