Austin Flynn writes: "Here we go again. Nearly four years after the Nintendo 3DS's launch, two and a half years after the 3DS XL's release and a year and a half after the 2DS's inception, we have yet another handheld invading stores and attacking our wallets. This time, it's the New Nintendo 3DS, and with it comes the promise of an all-around better handheld experience.
There's nothing new there, but does the New Nintendo system prove itself worthy of its the $200 price tag? If you don't own a 3DS and are in the market for one, the answer can be a difficult one to come to. Never fear, though, because we're here to help new purchasers and current handheld owners alike decide whether or not newer is better."