3DS firmware update promises folders, less cluttered home screens on April 25th
Are all those ambassador games crowding your 3DS’ home screen? Sit tight, Nintendo’s got a fix. During the outfit’s Nintendo Direct conference livestream, head honcho Satoru Iwata announced that folder organization is coming to the 3DS. Fastidiously organized gamers can expect the firmware update to land on April 25th, bringing with it the joy of creating directories, stuffing them with up to 60 items and ascribing them fitting names. Iwata also detailed a handful of upcoming titles, including New Super Mario Bros. 2 and Tobidase Dobutsu no Mor (or, “Leap out Animal Crossing”) for the 3DS and a Kirby compilation for the Wii. Follow the source link below for a full playback of Iwata’s spiel, or check out Joystiq’s coverage of the event for more details.
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