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Review: New Nintendo 2DS XL

It's starting to get difficult to keep track of every iteration in the Nintendo 3DS console line up. First, there was the original 3DS console from 2011. Then came the 3DS XL in 2012, which simply provided users with a larger variant of Nintendo's portable machine. Show More Summary

Nintendo New 2DS XL review

Six years since the 3DS first launched, Nintendo's New 2DS XL lets the handheld go out on a high. Forget the standard 2DS - a heavily stripped back version of the console released at a budget price - the 2DS XL is a very different beast. Show More Summary

How to add Wii U and 3DS friends to your Nintendo Switch

Makes sure all of your friends are here with you in Nintendo Switch-land! If you were an early user of the Nintendo 3DS or Wii U, there's a good chance you have friends that didn't make their way to your friends list when you picked up a Switch. Show More Summary

My Nintendo Japan - update for June 23rd, 2017

Nintendo 3DS/Wii U software discounts – 20% off Miitopia (3DS) - ends 30 June 2017 (¥5,076 ? ¥4,060) 800 PP – 30% off New Super Mario Bros. 2 (3DS) - ends 30 June 2017 (¥4,937 ? ¥3,455) 110 GP – 50% off Super Mario World (n3DS) - ends 30 June 2017 (¥823 ? ¥411) 30 GP – 50% off Super Mario Bros. Show More Summary

Review: Ever Oasis

Why do so many people want Nintendo to just up and abandon the 3DS? I get there is a great new powerful console out, I do, but that doesn’t mean it has to kick its handheld to the curb, to put it on life support with only niche Japanese titles to keep death at bay. Show More Summary

Level-5 on why Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle & the Millionaires' Conspiracy isn't on Switch, will consider port

A portion of a Nintendo Life interview with Level-5's Akihiro Hino... NL: Why did you choose to release this on 3DS and not the Switch? Hino-san: The reason why we chose the 3DS is because there’s a large Layton fanbase on 3DS given that we’ve released other Layton titles for the platform. Show More Summary

Become chief and defend the last oasis in Ever Oasis

In the Ever Oasis™ game for the Nintendo 3DS family systems, you are responsible for the last safe haven in a dangerous desert world. Along with the water spirit Esna, you must help your oasis flourish by recruiting new residents, finding resources, and building shops called Bloom Booths. Show More Summary

Nintendo Download: Ever Oasis

The 3DS is still alive! Yes, it's allegedly going to be around "past 2018," a fact that remains to be seen, but for now it is still kicking with Ever Oasis and RPG Maker Fes. The Switch is getting ACA Neogeo Fatal Fury 2 and Oceanhorn, and the Wii U is getting Daikon Set. Show More Summary

Nintendo: Switch shortages are “definitely not intentional”

In an Ars interview, exec also addresses issues with NES Classic, 3DS, and fan games.

Hey! Pikmin and Miitopia now have demos

Nintendo's upcoming 3DS offerings Hey! Pikmin and Miitopia have received demos on the eShop. Hey! Pikmin is a 2D spin-off in the popular strategy puzzler series. Developed by Yoshi's New Island studio Arzest, Hey! Pikmin should not be...Show More Summary

Nintendo's 3DS isn't dead, but it is trapped in the Switch's shadow

Earlier this year, Nintendo announced a brand-new console, a hybrid portable device that serves as both a portable entertainment machine and a game system for the living room. At a glance, it looked great -- but some criticized the Nintendo...Show More Summary

Nintendo Brings Its Latest Games to the Mall of America

As part of its 2017 Summer of Play tour, Nintendo is taking its Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS family of systems across the country so families everywhere can play the latest Nintendo games like ARMS, Splatoon 2, Hey! PIKMIN and Miitopia. Show More Summary

Europe - Nintendo 3DS upcoming games press release, Monster Hunter Stories coming September 8

THE REST OF 2017 FEATURES GREAT GAMES FOR THE NINTENDO 3DS FAMILY OF SYSTEMSNew games in the Metroid, Pokémon and Pikmin franchises all coming this year22nd June, 2017 – With the E3 video game conference in the rear-view mirror, Nintendo is now looking ahead to all the great games coming to Nintendo 3DS family systems this year and early 2018. Show More Summary

NoA PR - Great Games Incoming for the Nintendo 3DS Family of Systems

REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With the E3 video game conference in the rear-view mirror, Nintendo is now looking ahead to all the great games coming to Nintendo 3DS this year. This includes games in some of gaming’s most popular and long-running franchises. Show More Summary

This week's European downloads - June 22 (Hey! Pikmin demo, Runbow Pocket, Sonic Sale and more)

Nintendo eShop (3DS)Ever Oasis (Nintendo, available June 23) - €39.99/£34.99Long ago, the world was ensnared in Chaos – a dark force that threatened civilisations across the land. In order to shelter the people from harm, a prosperous...Show More Summary

Nintendo Felt The Need To Clarify How Mario Controls Things In Super Mario Odyssey

During the E3 demonstration of Super Mario Odyssey gamers were given their first glimpse at how Mario and Cappy go about getting things done in the open-world, 3D platforming sandbox. Nintendo, however, felt the need to clarify exactly how the whole Mario embodiment thing works in...

That Dragon Quest XI Nintendo Direct had nothing Switch related in it

When it was announced that a Japanese Nintendo Direct would air regarding Dragon Quest XI, and "mostly," deal with the 3DS edition, we expected some Switch news. I mean, we haven't seen it in action yet, and although it's slated for 3DS and PS4 next year, we don't even have a Switch launch window yet. Show More Summary

Runbow Pocket - launch trailer

Runbow Pocket brings the Wii U game that you know and love to the New Nintendo 3DS™ via Nintendo eShop™. Runbow Pocket features over 145 single-player challenges, 4-player online multiplayer and of course, our biggest single player challenge... Show More Summary

River City: Knights of Justice Launches on 3DS in the US and Europe

Burlingame, CA. – June 20, 2017– Natsume Inc., a worldwide developer and publisher of family-oriented video games today launched River City: Knights of Justice on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The game was shown publicly for the first time at the Electronic Entertainment Expo last week in Los Angeles. Show More Summary

3DS accounts for more than 50% of Nintendo's business

One of the reasons why Nintendo continues to support 3DS in 2018 and beyond. It accounts for more than 50% of their business. pic.twitter.com/QUQWyYBCw5 — Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) June 19, 2017 If you were wondering why Nintendo plans to continue 3DS support through 2018, the chart above should give you your answer. Show More Summary

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