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Nintendo 3DS and Lightboxes Invade

We have now added a new section to for the Nintendo 3DS coverage. We also felt it was time to archive the Game Boy Advance, GameCube, and original Xbox sections. This means you will no longer see tabs for them in the top navigation.

Nintendo 3DS

The Nintendo 3DS section already has the latest news about the new system coming out in March 2011 with more coverage to come before and after launch.

We also finally implemented the lightbox technique for our screenshots and images on the website. Now you will be able to click images within an articles to see larger versions. Click the Nintendo 3DS image above for an example.

You will be able to flip through the larger versions within the articles by clicking the right and left arrows that appear once viewing the larger image. Visit the Batman: Arkham City Exclusive Screens news to see the image gallery in action.

We are happy to bring these new features to and we hope these will help you enjoy our coverage of the video game industry even more.

Comments [2]

  • Redeema - February 7th, 2011 at 3:52 am
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    Looks good. I’ll be working on getting new images up first chance I get.

  • cnc137 - February 9th, 2011 at 1:34 pm
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    UPDATE: I tested the lightbox feature in Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, and Internet Explorer 9 Beta before rolling it out and it was working.

    When I tried it yesterday in Internet Explorer 8, 7, and 6 I realized it wasn’t working in those browsers. I have fixed the problem and it should be working in all IE browsers now with limited support in IE6 (no gallery right and left arrows).

    Sorry for any confusion this may have caused and please let me know if you see anything that still isn’t working on the website.

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