Why Buy A New 3DS When Your Old One Can Look Like A Cat?

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For as long as there have been Nintendo handhelds, there have been humans wanting to put images of cute animals on them. These cases for the 3DS continue that trend, but they're way less creepy.

They've got little ears! And whiskers! And they're...well, $20-$30 for a case is pretty steep, but what price cat faces on Nintendo hardware?

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Illustration for article titled Why Buy A New 3DS When Your Old One Can Look Like A Cat?
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So legit question to all the people who might know:

My 2DS screen shattered today, apparently just from the pressure between being in my pocket and my fat sausage legs, when I was exiting a vehicle no one over 6 feet tall should ever sit in.

My question is if I just go ahead and get a 3DS now, is it easy to get my Nintendo information to it for all the games I have on my account? I've purchased every Megaman as well as PunchOut among other titles off the eShop and I would re-heeeally like to keep those.