So, given Nintendo's history with their consoles playing their handheld titles (every other console saw an official retail handheld player: SNES had the Super Gameboy, GameCube had the Gameboy Player., Wii U would be next in line for every other console), how likely do you think that the Wii U will have a 3DS and/or DS player? Obviously all the requirements are there: 2 screens, one is a touch screen, built in mic, front facing camera (lack of outward facing camera could affect a few game modes, but for the most part wouldn't be a hindrance). Plus, if they created this and it wasn't limited to just DS games, and included 3DS games, any 3DS game that made use of the Circle Pad Pro, would instantly be playable in that mode without the extra attachment. 3D gameplay would even be do-able as it has been stated that the Wii U is capable of 3D output, of course its up to gamer to have a 3D TV and the glasses. The system is certainly capable of this, I think its just a question of whether Nintendo wants to have their handhelds playable on the big screens in this way anymore. I think if they do (which they should), it will be a case like the gameboy player, where it wont see a release until 2 to 3 years in the console's life, which would allow for more people to buy 3DSs in the meantime.