Make them both the same game, and I would break my Wii-release vow to never again stay up all night for new hardware.
Considering how DSiXL people got screwed I guess I needn't feel too bad that I only bought my DSi a year ago. Honestly, 3D to me is only a gimmick and not a system-seller, but we all know that it's only a matter of time before any Nintendo hardware gets a game that I want. A handheld joystick does concern me a bit, but we'll see. Nintendo has generally kicked Sony's ass in the stick department, so I'm hoping they can top the PSP nipple. *shudder*
BTW, would now be a good time to re-enter pleas for a handheld Virtual Console? 'cuz with a 3D machine coming, I'm thinking Mario Clash for the masses that were turned off by gaming in a View-Master.
And even though I'm sure it will NEVER happen, a new hardware announcement is always a nice time to dream of game-specific Nintendo friend codes being abolished...
Gotta say though, portable 3D? That caught me off guard. I was totally expecting Nintendo to stay away from 3D until it got better integrated, much like they stayed away from HD with the Wii initially.
I think "no glasses" is the key reason they'd even attempt it. Nintendo, when adopting a new technology, has a tendency to look for the biggest obstacle and a way to tear it down. With both HD and internet play, that was cost. They didn't do internet play until they could make it free, and they won't do HD until they can make it cheap (that includes the development end, not just the consumer). With 3D visuals, it's the glasses. Nobody likes to have to wear those things for too long. So getting a more user-friendly version into mainstream hands, sounds like a typical Nintendo move to me. Whether or not it actually works remains to be seen.