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The Nintendo 4D Viewer is a video game console created by Nintendo in collaboration with Power Paintbrush Productions. It will be officially released in Europe first in 2017.
The 4D Viewer is slightly larger than the 3DS, and is compatible with 4D Viewer Games. It also has better graphics (just behind those of the NX) and can be connected to an amiibo Portal with a special cord. This makes 4D Viewer games fully amiibo compatible. Miroir originally intended to add several gimmicks to this console, including Projectors for Virtual Reality Gaming, a Digital Clock on the top of the console, connectivity to TVs and even scroll wheels in place of L and R. Eventually, however, he decided to choose a simple console without any gimmicks.
The console comes with a 4D Recorder, which, when be plugged into the front of the controller, can record up to an hour of gameplay. Gameplay recorded using the 4D Recorder can be uploaded onto YouTube.