Nintendo now has three options for those looking to buy into the 3DS family – and this chart explains it all very clearly.
The freshly announced (and arguably confusingly branded?) 2DS is your entry-level model. It costs £109 (expect that to translate to around £100 everywhere very shortly), lacks 3D and doesn’t fold. But it’s certainly an appealing option for kids and could perform very well this Christmas.
The 3DS is your entry-level full-spec machine while the 3DS XL offers no extra functionality but packs bigger screens and, it’s certainly fair to say, a very premium feel.
Check out the infographic below (click for a bigger version):
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