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As revealed by Serebii.net earlier, the game {{bp|Pokémon Ranger: Locus of Light}}(Tracks of Light)'s English name is confirmed to be '''Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs''' in the E3 conference, probably as a reference to the {{bp|Ranger Signs}}. Not much is revealed, since oddly nothing was revealed on Pokémon.com.
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As revealed by Serebii.net earlier, the game {{bp|Pokémon Ranger: Locus of Light}}'s English name is confirmed to be '''Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs''' in the E3 conference, probably as a reference to the {{bp|Ranger Signs}}. Not much is revealed, since oddly nothing was revealed on Pokémon.com.
   
 
The upcoming {{bp|Nintendo 3DS}} had a lot of data revealed:
 
The upcoming {{bp|Nintendo 3DS}} had a lot of data revealed:
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*It has an analog stick, a gyro pad and a Motion Sensor.
 
*It has an analog stick, a gyro pad and a Motion Sensor.
 
*It can control the 3D depth, and the 3D effect decreases with screens stained with fingerprints.
 
*It can control the 3D depth, and the 3D effect decreases with screens stained with fingerprints.
*It can view 3D movies like ''How to train your Dragon''.
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*It can view 3D movies like ''How to Train your Dragon''.
 
*Like the {{bp|Nintendo DSi}} and the {{bp|Nintendo DSi XL}}, it has cameras to take and modify 3D photos.
 
*Like the {{bp|Nintendo DSi}} and the {{bp|Nintendo DSi XL}}, it has cameras to take and modify 3D photos.
 
*The graphics have almost reached that of the {{bp|Wii}}'s.
 
*The graphics have almost reached that of the {{bp|Wii}}'s.

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As revealed by Serebii.net earlier, the game Pokémon Ranger: Locus of Light's English name is confirmed to be Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs in the E3 conference, probably as a reference to the Ranger Signs. Not much is revealed, since oddly nothing was revealed on Pokémon.com.

The upcoming Nintendo 3DS had a lot of data revealed:

  • One of the colors is Metallic Blue\Black splice.
  • It's name is confirmed to be the 3DS, with a logo of the DS with a red 3 in the background.
  • It has an analog stick, a gyro pad and a Motion Sensor.
  • It can control the 3D depth, and the 3D effect decreases with screens stained with fingerprints.
  • It can view 3D movies like How to Train your Dragon.
  • Like the Nintendo DSi and the Nintendo DSi XL, it has cameras to take and modify 3D photos.
  • The graphics have almost reached that of the Wii's.
  • It has a new way of communication that downloads games regardless of what game are you playing.

Also, the PokéPark Wii US release is Holiday 2010, with tonnes of mini-games, as the European version will be release next month. Nothing more is known about it, either.