While the WiiU ended up floundering for Nintendo upon its 2012 release, the company’s successor to the Nintendo DS – the 3DS – was a huge success. Essentially cementing its dominance of the handheld gaming market (much to Sony’s dismay for their PSP series), the 3DS family of handhelds ended up selling over 75 million units (and counting), paving the way for Nintendo’s current success with the Switch as well. To say it was a popular handheld is an understatement.
Fortunately, you can do plenty of things besides just gaming if you still have a Nintendo 3DS. Internet browser? Check. Homebrew software? Yeah. Filming a Bring Me The Horizon show? Lolwut.
First spotted by Nintendo Life, a fan-filmed video showed another fan filming Bring Me The Horizon at a live show a couple weeks ago, almost from the front of the venue. Proving, once again, that Nintendo’s gaming systems are for more than just Smashing your friends or virtual island visiting on Animal Crossing. What a time to be alive.
— Ted Claxton (@TedClaxton94) October 5, 2021