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Submitted by MrMushroom 976d ago | review

Nintendo 3DS XL Review (Non-Specific Action)

It’s never easy being the second version of a current-generation console coming out of the door – you need only look at the popular but less successful SEGA Mega-CD (there’s a reason why you may not have heard it), the PlayStation 2 Slim and more recently the Xbox 360 Slim console for evidence of that. In the case of the 3DS XL, Nintendo have a lot to prove. (3DS, Tag Invalid) 4/5

GuruStarr78  +   976d ago
Now that I've seen how the blue one is actually a darker shade of blue, I'm leaning towards that one.

Still wish we were getting silver, though...
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