March 21, 2012 at 5:30 PM ET
Do you own Nintendo's three-dimensionally inclined handheld? Do you like any or all of the following musical acts: OK Go, Skrillex, Death Cab for Cutie, The Shins, and I Fight Dragons? How about all of the above? If so, you're in luck: available soon will be three-dimensional versions of their music videos for your system.
Nintendo has just announced that they've teamed up with several of the hottest musical acts to provide 3-D music videos for its portable platform.
Premiering Wednesday is “Sabotage” from Wale and “So Good” from B.o.B. Here we have the latter, but in regular 2-D. Just imagine how impressive it'll look in 3-D:
Both clips, and all future ones, will be available via the Nintendo Video application, and are free.
A few 3-D music videos, from Foster the People and Jason Derulo, already made their debuts for the platform. You'll also find an OK Go video available.
Matthew Hawkins is an NYC-based game journalist who has also written for EGM, GameSetWatch, Gamasutra, Giant Robot and numerous others. He also self-publishes his own game culture zine, is part of Attract Mode, and co-hosts The Fangamer Podcast. You can keep tabs on him via Twitter, or his personal home-base, FORT90.com.