Nintendo is still flooding its Nintendo Video app with new 3D videos for the 3DS on a regular basis. You might have noticed the recent influx of Kid Icarus videos recently to promote the release of the new 3DS Kid Icarus game. (The CGI one was pretty cool aside from the borderline offensive voicework on Thanatos but the 2D anime ones don't quite translate into 3D. It's like cardboard cutouts moving around...)
Anyway, Nintendo is preparing a slew of new 3D music videos to be released soon. "Sabotage" by Wale and "So Good" from B.o.B. are scheduled for release on the system today. In the near future, you can look forward to "The Rifle's Spiral" from The Shins, "Skyscrapers" by OK Go, "Breakin' A Sweat" by Skrillex, "Underneath The Sycamore" by Death Cab For Cutie, and "Save World Get Girl" by I Fight Dragons (who I've never heard of, but as you can see in the picture, are a band that contains some pretty good-looking geeks, so I'm automatically intrigued).
I do appreciate the constant flow of new content to the Nintendo Video app, but sometimes when there's a video I enjoy watching, I wish they didn't rotate in new videos quite so often. Maybe if they found a way to have six videos at a time instead of four? Or let us save ones we like? Okay, that's probably right out. I know I've seen some shorts available in the eShop for purchase, but they weren't anything I'd want to spend a couple of dollars on. Still, as a humongous 3D nerd, I'll watch anything in 3D... even the music videos featuring music I don't particularly like!