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Submitted by pkfreeze 905d ago | review

Nintendo 3DS XL Review: Bigger is better (Blast)

Blast Magazine: Will you be upgrading? We think you should. (3DS, Tag Invalid, Tech) 3.5/5

Morrigan-Aensland  +   905d ago
If bigger is better then go with a vita with the bigger screen, bigger technology and all sorts.
live2play  +   905d ago
and bigger price

but not a bigger library :/
Trunkz Jr  +   905d ago
Thats what she said.
GuruStarr78  +   905d ago
I've got a vita and a 3DS.... they both play completely different types of games... where my vita plays more mature content, my 3DS plays more family oriented games... I like them both for what they are.. Personally, if you have to choose between the two, I'd go with the developer that makes the games you prefer..

Overall, I'm grateful to be able to afford both and enjoy them..... can't wait to get my hands on an XL on the 19th... All those game are going to be great played on that bigger screen!

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