The new nintendogsâ„¢ + cats game wonâ€™t contain the only furry animals running around the Nintendo 3DSâ„¢ system when it launches on March 27. Users who perform a system update will get access to a 3D version of the â€œWhite Knucklesâ€ music video by OK Go. The single-take video, which features a bevy of adorable rescue dogs (and one goat), has been viewed more than 9.3 million times on YouTube. OK Go is known for its creative, one-of-a-kind videos, and the glasses-free 3D technology of Nintendo 3DS creates an entirely new experience by introducing a new dimension to the dogs and band members.
â€œWe shot the â€˜White Knucklesâ€™ video in 2D and 3D at the same time, but until now, there hasnâ€™t been much opportunity for people to see the 3D version,â€ said Trish Sie, the videoâ€™s Grammy-winning director. â€œIâ€™m fired up for people to watch the video again with Nintendo 3DS and experience it in a whole new way. This opens up all kinds of creative opportunities.â€
The recommended system update, which is now available, also enhances the communication features of the Nintendo 3DS system. To perform the update, users simply start the â€œSystem Settingsâ€ from the Home Menu, select â€œOther Settingsâ€ and scroll the page right to select â€œSystem Update.â€
Nintendo 3DS launches in the United States on March 27 at a suggested retail price of $249.99. For more information about Nintendo 3DS, visit http://www.nintendo3ds.com.
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