11/1/17
8:35 AM
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Nintendo is dressing up the plain old 2DS in The Legend of Zelda for Black Friday. The $70 green and yellow handheld comes pre-installed with Ocarina of Time 3D. There’s also a special “Explorer’s Edition” of Breath of the Wild for the Switch, bundled with a 100-page guide and a map for $60.

8/10/17
11:20 AM
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Atlus has announced that Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth for 3DS arrives in North America on October 17. The launch edition of the game comes with a music CD and 24-page art book. To celebrate the release date, enjoy a video of the Fencer’s nameplate and state page in action.

12/28/15
7:00 AM
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The Nintendo 2DS is coming to Japan in the best way possible: With Pokémon! The clear plastic 2DS units, some of which already got a U.S. release, will be Pokémon themed and pre-bundled with Pokémon Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow—along with a download code for Mew, which can be used in Pokémon XY, Omega Ruby and Alpha

11/11/14
8:15 AM
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Remember those neat transparent 2DS consoles? Nintendo confirmed that they'll be out in North America alongside Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire on November 21. Each handheld will retail for $99.99, but unlike their European counterparts, they will not come with a copy of Pokémon ORAS pre-installed.

8/7/14
11:00 AM
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Streak about to be broken? Nintendo has released a new handheld—or iteration of an existing handheld—in North America in each of the past five years. Nothing announced for this fall, which means 2014 might break the streak. Unless... anyone want a 2DS XL to be announced by December? A 3D XL Lite? Game Boy 2? (Top

1/10/14
8:48 AM
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Yoshi's New Island surfaces on the 3DS on March 14. The sequel to Super Nintendo classic Yoshi's Island has a lovely Friday release date now. Yoshi and Baby Mario are playing middle men to February 28's Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy and the newly-announced Disney Magical World, releasing on 3DS April 11.

12/4/13
8:39 AM
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Nintendo's 2DS Pokémon X & Y bundles are the saddest bundles of them all. No special colors or decals — just the standard blue 2DS with Pokémon Y at Toys"R"Us or the red with Pokémon X at Target for $149.99. The games come pre-installed, so you don't even get a pretty case. What a festive way to say "here's your damn

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