"At E3, as I was watching the Nintendo 3DS part of the press conference my jaw got progressively closer and closer to the ground – mid way through I just started standing up and cheering," Spector said in an interview with Nintendo of Europe.
"3D? Very cool. Glasses-free 3D? Thank you! And then it’s a 3D camera and you can watch 3D movies without glasses! I knew nothing about that stuff and at that point I was going, ‘I want the first one off the line, I want to own this now.’ It’s amazing, I mean, how can such things be? It’s a little miracle."
While other studios have seen and started developing for Nintendo 3DS, Spector’s surprise suggests Junction Point Studios has not started working with the handheld yet. Spector sounds like he wants to make a Nintendo 3DS game, though.
"Disney has a culture of innovation that goes back 80 years and Nintendo has a culture of innovation. The two companies need to be working together, because their corporate cultures are so similar – and that is instantly apparent in the Nintendo 3DS."