It has the advantages of the XL(longer battery, fixed buttons, stylus position and headphone position, no more screen scratching from the top or bottom) but kept the size of the original with the better speakers and a matte finish as well. All this for $20 less than the regular 3DS.
Would you buy, why or why not, and if not, what else would it need to push you to buy.
#2JayAreVeePosted 4/25/2013 4:57:59 AM
I'd be sold for an extra circle pad. Although I understand that this is highly unlikely. --- It's should've, could've, would've; NOT should of, could of, would of
#3SlimeStackPosted 4/25/2013 5:00:48 AM
I'd prefer the XL's size. --- Moo
#4LinkSSJ6Posted 4/25/2013 5:02:20 AM
20 dollars LESS? You mean 150 in total??
I'd get very angry if it was announced before I got a new job. I just bought a regular 3DS because of the size!
Lies, I just couldn't afford the XL :( --- Got a Wii or Wii U but nothing new to play? Get Pandora's Tower! http://www.pandorastowerwii.com/
#5NejiHyuga900Posted 4/25/2013 5:24:12 AM
It is has built-in Circle Pad Pro (Right Circle Pad, ZL, and ZR), then sure, I will buy it. If not, then I will just stick with my original 3DS. --- Xbox/Windows LIVE Gamertag & Nintendo Network ID: TDPNeji | Steam ID: NejiHyuga900 I am a thunder dragon. Hear me roar thunder and breath out lightning!
#6KaiRyusakiPosted 4/25/2013 5:25:35 AM
no, i already have a 3DS
#7Gogo726Posted 4/25/2013 5:31:23 AM
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#8GambitAcePosted 4/25/2013 5:35:23 AM
No reason to buy it, upgrades are minimal. It'd only be a good purchase for someone who doesn't have one yet. --- how do you turn this on?