Everyone loves packaging, and Gizmodo has just revealed what's inside that of the 3DS.

As well as the system, the box will hold a charging cradle, AC adaptor, 10cm touch pen, 2GB SD card, six augmented reality cards and instruction booklets, screen shots of which were earlier posted by Famitsu. They also showed off a shot of the 3DS menu with its exciting top and bottom rows. And Nintendo has commented that the charger cord is of normal charger cord length.

The Big N has yet to reveal whether the cradle will charge by induction or if it's just a stylish stand, but hopefully we'll find out soon – perhaps when we preview the 3DS on 19th January. Meanwhile, the included cards interact with pre-installed augmented reality software.

[via gizmodo.com]