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Nintendo has announced it will take the 3DS on the road to give ganmers a chance to try the handheld console ahead of launch.

The "believe your eyes" tour, which kicks off on a week today, on Friday, 24 February 24, will spend four days at each location. Folk who attend an event will be given a 3DS hands-on experience with some of the console's launch titles, including Super Street Fighter IV 3D, Pilotwings Resort and Pro Evo 2011 3D.

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The tour will visit the following locations:

24 February Braehead, Glasgow and St Andrews Square, Edinburgh
3 March Metro Centre, Newcastle
10 March Westfield Shopping Centre, London
17 March Lakeside, Thurrock
24 March Westfield, Derby

Then Nintendo continues over to Milton Keynes and to Covent Garden for the Nintendo 3DS' nationwide launch on 25 March. ®

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