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Nintendo 3DS lives on in the New 2DS XLThe latest version of Nintendo's classic handheld isn't the same as a Switch, but it might be the best way to play the Mario back catalog.
[MUSIC] The Nintendo Switch is a home console and a handheld. Then there's the Nintendo 3DS, a handheld system that's evolved into several forms since 2011. The latest is the new 2DS XL A $150 3D free, two screen version that's coming this summer. Why? Well Nintendo frequently updates it's hand [UNKNOWN] hardware. The two DS Excel could be the new go two version with a more comfortable feel and slightly smaller frame. A bit of a lower price and big [UNKNOWN] displays. FYI, it has the second mini analog stick and extra rear buttons that the new 3DS Excel has As and you can play super in tender virtual council. This is the cheapest gradients, $8 smaller TDS is nearly have the price, but the TDS excel, feels like a falling new standard for the older 3DSSs and is a likely long term replacement for new 3DS excel. After plans, some of the latest TDS excell game, like [UNKNOWN] And [UNKNOWN] It's clear that it isn't a Switch. But that's also the point. It's still a durable little handheld that plays a lot of fun games. The future definitely lies with the Switch, but the 3DS is going to hang around for a while, even if it's called the 2DS. If you like playing old DS, 3DS, or retro games, that's probably a good thing.