Much of the hullabaloo surrounding the upcoming 3DS system update and its will-they-won't-they feature set can be put to rest, as Nintendo has now stepped in to reveal exactly what it will entail for the device's multimedia capabilities.
At the end of November the 3DS will get the ability to record 3D video for up to 10 minutes, as previously reported by Japanese newspaper Nikkei, as well as the capability to record 3D stop-motion videos. Entrepreneurs, start laying down your foundations.
Nintendo has also partnered with Hulu to "soon" bring its premium Hulu Plus service to both 3DS and Wii. Hulu Plus requires a separate subscription at $7.99 per month and, much like Netflix, will likely only apply to
North America the United States.