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Submitted by s8anicslayer 568d ago | opinion piece

The 2DS, Pokémon X and Y, and Nintendo’s wavering commitment to stereoscopic 3D

The modern Nintendo relies overwhelmingly on two things: the strength of its first-party software (and the nostalgia its franchises continue to inspire), and the ability to offer hardware that isn't quite like anything else on the market. (2DS, 3DS, Pokemon X and Y)

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