Oh, and it'll cost $199.99, roughly $30 more than the existing model after taxes. The style of the 3DS has also been redesigned to look less sleek and more--dare we say--cute? Just look at those curved edges, big old home screen buttons and those adorable face buttons. This thing is charmer, no doubt.
But not much has changed about the 3DS in this revision, technologically speaking--aside from that longer battery life. With so many other mobile gaming devices--including smartphones and tablets--opting for larger screens, it makes a whole lot of sense for Nintendo to retort with its own large-and-in-charge product. But will consumers bite on that bigger price tag?
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