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Submitted by Esperino 897d ago | news

Nintendo Australia Announces Limited Edition White Nintendo 3DS XL Pre-loaded with Mario Titles

Nintendo Australia are getting into the holiday spirit, releasing limited edition white Nintendo 3DS XL for the Christmas period. (3DS, Tag Invalid)

SactoGamer  +   897d ago
I'd rather the white one than the red one we're getting here in the States.
Phil32  +   897d ago
I'm a sucker for red, white, and blue. Not all together, mind you, but either of those colors is what I'd want if I got an XL.

EDIT: And that has nothing to do with me being an American, now that I look at it. My black 3DS is a darn fingerprint magnet!
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Esperino  +   897d ago
Red doesn't sound half bad actually. I just wish Australia got more limited edition consoles with designs on them, like the Pikachu or Charizard ones Japan is getting. :|
SactoGamer  +   897d ago
Ditto for the U.S.

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