This device is somewhat interesting. After all, it's 3D gaming that fits in your pocket. Still, it's a Nintendo product. Despite the new 3D spec-less technology, hardcore gamers will likely not see bloody shooters and explicit gangsta love gracing its screens.
But the device does offer a gaming aspect nothing else currently can match. Throw in the ability to take 3D pictures and watch 3D movies, and you have a mobile platform that raises the mobile platform bar.
The question will be whether or not Nintendo can regain some ground taken away by Apple's iPhone, iPod Touch, and the recent iPad. We're still hoping that Nintendo will broaden the WiFi service and take an iTunes approach.
As of this writing, Nintendo is still quiet about how it plans to distribute its 3D movies (stay tuned on that one), but there are plans to release enhanced ports of classic Nintendo Entertainment System and Super Nintendo Entertainment System games.