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Nintendo 2DS XL game system

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NintendoNintendo 2DS XL portable gaming system : After the successful launch of the Nintendo Switch, the company today introduced its new portable game system, the Nintendo 2DS XL. In addition, various new Nintendo games are unveiled. The Nintendo 2DS XL handheld is placed between the current 2DS and 3DS XL. As the name suggests, the new game system is larger than the 2DS, besides being bigger the 2DS XL also features a clamshell-design. Differences between the Nintendo 2DS XL and 3DS XL can be found in the weight of the game system. Both handhelds are equally powerful, but the 2DS XL is lighter and only lets you play 2D games and no 3D games. The screen of the new Nintendo 2DS XL handheld has the same dimensions as that of the 3DS XL.
Nintendo 2DS XL game system

Nintendo 2DS XL game system
The Nintendo 2DS XL portable game system features a built-in NFC sensor, allowing you to use the handheld with the well-known Nintendo Amiibo cards and figures, separately available.

As part of the 3DS family, the new Nintendo handheld is compatible with all games released for the 3DS game system. There are more than 1000 games available that you can play with the 2DS XL in 2D.

The new Nintendo system provides players around the world access to their favorite characters and game franchises, such as Mario, Peach, Yoshi, Kirby, Pokémon, Fire Emblem, Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros., Animal Crossing and The Legend of Zelda.

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Nintendo 2DS XL price & availability
The Nintendo 2DS XL handheld will be available in a stylish black/turquoise color. The new Nintendo 2DS XL will be available in Europa and North America from July 28th, 2017 at a suggested retail price of $150 / €150.

New Nintendo 3DS XL games
In addition to the new Nintendo 2DS XL game system, the company also introduced three new Nintendo 3DS XL games; Hey! PIKMIN, Miitopia and Dr. Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training: Can You Keep Focusing? The last one is only introduced for the European market. The new games can also be played with the 2DS XL.

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