Please Register or Log in to view images Please Register or Log in to view images If you don't really want 3D on the next Nintendo handheld, you can turn it off, according to Nintendo's president Satoru Iwata. That was one of the things that was revealed during Nintendo's financial conference call earlier today: the 3DS, as it's being called, will have the unique capability of offering stereoscopic 3D, an effect not unlike what's being employed in films like Avatar and How to Train your Dragon, but without the need for glasses. But if you don't want to use it, it's a feature that can be deactivated. Iwata was rather tightlipped about talking any other specifics on the 3DS, declining to answer any questions on the next generation handheld but ensuring we'll see more on the unit at this year's E3 in mid-June. He did, however, acknowledge the potential for health side-effects and ensured that the 3D effect can be disabled easily and that games can be played without the stereoscopic feature. So whats your thought?