Nintendo’s glasses-free three-dimensional portable, the 3DS, walked away with the Best of Show accolade following the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo. In fact, anticipation for the handheld is so pronounced that industry analyst Michael Pachter thinks Nintendo can charge more than it ever has before for a piece of hardware and remain financially viable.
According to the Wedbush analyst, the 3DS and its games are "revolutionary" enough to warrant elevated price tags at retail.
So is Nintendo raising the stakes with its new system?
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