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Submitted by MakiManPR 1237d ago | review

Engadget - 3DS XL Review

If you like your portable gaming three-dimensional, clam-shelled and big, then Nintendo's 3DS XL fulfills those broad, unconventional requirements. It's a design refresh that more closely references both previous generations of DS hardware (and the incoming Wii U) -- all while touting a substantially bigger, 3D-capable, parallax-barrier screen. (3DS, Tag Invalid) -

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Xof  +   1237d ago
It's a 3DS. A 3DS cannot be "backwards compatible with the 3DS."

And why would Nintendo insist that they don't do close-up shots of the screen? What are they trying to hide, hmmm?

Regardless, I've already paid mine off. Will be nice to -finally- be able to toss my DSiXL away.

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