Whether you’re planning on a lot of travelling around Christmas or refusing to move from the sofa a New Nintendo 3DS XL for $174.99 from Target could be a worthwhile purchase when paired with Pokémon Sun and Moon, Super Mario Maker, or any other classics on the handheld.
Whether or not you’re actually a Metroid fan, it’s hard to deny that the upcoming Samus Edition of Nintendo’s 3DS XL console is a bit of a looker. Half bronze, half burnt orange and all style. This thing is now available to pre-order for £179.99 / $199.99 and will likely sell out at launch or shortly after. Make a note if this is something that ticks boxes for you.
Nintendo is celebrating E3 2017 by hosting its own sale on digital download games for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U consoles. This includes classics like Super Smash Bros for 3DS, Super Mario Galaxy, Super Metroid, Box Boy and more. This offer ends on June 20th, so get in there and check out what’s available while you can.
The latest in the long-running Shantae game series, Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse, is available on 3DS for its lowest price yet right now – $18.23 at the time of writing. The price on this one has wavered between $18 and $19.10 in the last few hours, so your mileage may vary.
This week, Nintendo both announced and released a brand new style of their “New 3DS XL” range. The New Galaxy Style New Nintendo 3DS XL may have a massive headache of a full name, but man does it look nice. It’s up for pre-order right now for $200, over at GameStop US.
Nintendo’s fantastic but confusingly-named, “New Nintendo 3DS” added better eye-tracking technology as well as a right thumbstick to their already superb handheld console. It was available in two sizes, the larger of which can be nabbed for £149 right now at Tesco, using the code TDX-WYMJ at checkout.