[img_big]center,8236,2011-07-13/image0152.jpg,Cooking Mama 4[/img_big]
Cooking Mama 4 comes from 505 Games, and gives gamers the opportunity to look around Mama’s kitchen in full 3D for the first time ever. Surely by now you know the drill – help Mama cook up a storm, by chopping, frying and generally wielding your stylus like a pro.
On the other side of the fence, we have Resident Evil Revelations, which has been designed specially for the 3DS handheld. It’s not even been released around the world yet, but if you want a sneaky peek before February, head to the eShop now and grab your free, playable demo.
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…and that’s not all, of course. Keep checking the eShop for further updates – we’re told that Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games will make a dash for 3D demo gold, while Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D promises to take advantage of the handheld’s outer cameras and in-built gyroscopic motion sensor when it arrives shortly.
If demo versions of games aren’t quite your thing, don’t fret. It’s still worth checking out the eShop – it’s also packed with “an array” of original 3DS Software, 3D Classics, Virtual Console and Nintendo DSiWare games that you can download directly to your handheld.
To make sure everything runs smoothly, perform a system update, and then head to the eShop. Also available: The Nintendo Video application, Nintendo Letterbox and Pokédex 3D, to help sort out and watch your pocket monsters come to life in 3D.