As we have seen in Nintendo's current generation consoles, there haven't been any global achievement points or trophies to collect for any of their game. And we've been assured that the new 3DS will be no exception.
In a recent interview with Nintendo's head of marketing, Bill Trinen, he explains that Nintendo don't feel they benefit the experience, and would rather gamers play games naturally.
"When they create their games, [Nintendo's designers] don't tell you how to play their game in order to achieve some kind of mythical reward," said Trinen.
The Nintendo 3DS is set to launch on the 25th or March in the UK and the 27th of March in the US. It has seen differing retail prices so far, so if you want one, shop around.