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LOOKING AHEAD 2011
Rebecca Shore
December 20, 2010
GAMERS WILL be able to add a new dimension to their NFL experience in March with the release of Nintendo's 3DS, a handheld dual-screen device that can display 3-D graphics without the need for glasses and will count a Madden game among its launch offerings. EA senior director Ryan Stradling calls Madden NFL for 3DS "the traditional Madden experience" with a few wrinkles, namely the 3-D graphics (which, he explains, are facilitated by the 3DS's approximating the distance between the device and the user's eyes) and a new interface that will allow players to sketch out pass routes on the bottom screen with a stylus and execute them on the top screen.
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December 20, 2010

Looking Ahead 2011

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GAMERS WILL be able to add a new dimension to their NFL experience in March with the release of Nintendo's 3DS, a handheld dual-screen device that can display 3-D graphics without the need for glasses and will count a Madden game among its launch offerings. EA senior director Ryan Stradling calls Madden NFL for 3DS "the traditional Madden experience" with a few wrinkles, namely the 3-D graphics (which, he explains, are facilitated by the 3DS's approximating the distance between the device and the user's eyes) and a new interface that will allow players to sketch out pass routes on the bottom screen with a stylus and execute them on the top screen.

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