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Walking around yesterday at the weekly hipster street fair held on East London's Brick Lane, I practically stumbled into what turned out to be the first public day of Nintendo's promotional 3DS tour. It's the same presentation that's been given to select journalists and industry types recently, but for the first time, anyone could simply walk up and get early access to Nintendo's new handheld. I was expecting to get to play a few games, but I definitely didn't anticipate all the fanfare that accompanied the tour. I guess I haven't learned anything from E3 and other industry events. Hit the jump for my account of the demonstration. Read More

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