Earlier today, Nintendo announced a new limited edition Pokémon Sun and Moon 3DS XL arriving next month. Is this a must-have, or is it ugly, but not ugly-ugly? We’re conflicted.
Just in time for Pokémon Sun and Moon, here are two upcoming 3DS XL units for Japan. Whaddaya think?
Japan is getting Lime and Black as well as Pink and White. Both combos look very, very good, especially if you like Splatoon.
This was announced as part of Japan’s Nintendo Direct this evening. It’s a New 3DS XL that shares the colour scheme/design elements of the timeless Japanese/PAL Super Nintendo.
A new Metallic Red 3DS XL will go on sale in Japan on August 27, joining the current line-up of 3DS hardware and priced the same as other XL units. No word yet on an international release.
If you wanted one of those hot Majora's Mask New 3DS XLs but could never quite get your hands on one, we've got some good news: they're coming back.
The Japanese Nintendo site has a notice up that color variations (including white) are going out of production soon. Next to 3DS XL units, it reads 近日生産終了予定 or "Production is slated to end shortly." No word how this will impact units outside Japan.
Nintendo just announced a whole bunch of new 3DS bundles for this fall. But they're not New 3DS bundles. They're just new 3DS bundles.
You play video games, right? Then, perhaps, you've come across a Nintendo 3DS or a Nintendo 3DS XL. If so, you'll know vaguely how big Apple's new smartphones are.
Bravely Second, the long-awaited sequel to Bravely Default, got a new trailer that was shown during today's 3DS Nintendo Direct. It's above, have a look—the world map and the cities look even more beautiful than in the first game.
Now, there's nothing wrong with your 3DS XL getting a joystick. Heck, more portable consoles should have them.
Everyone has tanooki ears and tails in the pic shared by Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai. The Super Leaf will also let you float in the air, and they're still figuring out whether you can attack with the tail or not. Anyway, I can't wait to see Kirby or the Villager with these.
Thirty-two year-old Seiji Saihara was arrested for allegedly stealing a ten year-old boy's Nintendo 3DS XL. It wasn't just any 3DS XL, however. It was a limited edition Pokemon one.
Every year, a Pokemon tournament is held in Japan to decide the nation's best schoolboy player. It's a competition worth entering, because the prize is one for the ages.
This has to be one of the most relaxing pieces of Pokémon fan-art. Inspired by 'Twitch plays Pokémon', mizudokei drew the main character and his Pokémon having a rest... somewhere around Pallet Town. But that's just my guess.
Like something straight out of cult horror show Tales from the Crypt (or Braindead, even), these Pokémon illustrations by DeviantART artist Dante are anything but cute little monsters you wanna catch.