PilotWings Resort hits the same highs and same lows of the previous two games, but it does it in skeptic-converting 3D. The game doesn't last long, but it's a beautiful, (at times) peaceful ride that sets a solid foundation for what the 3DS is capable of delivering in the future.
Nintendo 3DS is set to change gaming, providing 3D play without the annoying glasses, and with its Street Pass system the ability for gamers to connect like never before. Adam Sessler and Nintendo's JC Rodrigo go hands-on for a last early look.
PilotWings is back! And now it's in 3D thanks to the Nintendo 3DS. Check out our hands-on impressions from E3 2010.