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Nintendo pops to the Louvre

A few years ago when the Nintendo 3DS was in the doldrums Shigeru Miyamoto said that the 3DS Lourve Guide was the perfect example of how the system could be used.



3DS Louvre Guide

Well, it took Zelda, and Mario Kart to convince the masses, but if you were interested in Miyamoto’s artistic endeavours you now have the chance to experience them for yourself. As of today you can download Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre from the Nintendo eShop.

Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre allows you to explore the Louvre Museum featuring over 600 images of artwork, nearly 30 hours of audio commentary, and more than 400 photos of the museum interior including 360° panoramic 3D photos of gallery spaces. Within the 600 images of artwork, users will be able to examine 150 artwork as high resolution 2D images, 3D photos or 3D models. In addition, there is an interactive map of the museum where users can design their own trail around the exhibits.

Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre is available to download from today priced at £17.99.


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