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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1096d ago | review

GamesRadar's 3DS XL review

GamesRadar:

Though everyone expected Nintendo to release a hardware upgrade for the 3DS, no one really thought the first revamp would be the 3DS XL. In the past, Nintendo has iterated on its handhelds with leaps and bounds, creating gigantic upgrades in the early years of the system's life. The DS got the much more ergonomic DS Lite eighteen months after the original launched and the Game Boy Advance SP got a better back light two years after the original release. Size changes usually came later (the Game Boy Advance shrinking to the Game Boy Micro and the DS evolving into the DSi, then expanding to the DSi XL), after all of the issues with the initial hardware had been eradicated. (3DS, Tag Invalid) -

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