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2ds Reviews?
Topic Started: Dec 24 2017, 03:50 AM (247 Views)
windydoom
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What do people think of the 2ds vs the 3ds? I want to buy one.
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Both my nephews are each getting one tomorrow. I'll let you know.
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Okay, so i got some hands on time with my nephews' 2Ds. They both have MK7 pre installed. This is a great game for them to learn on. It is translating to them being better at MK64.

The 2DS does a lot of things that may be too much for a young age group, but is the right price for an all in one package. Minus the 3D effect.
There are features i am still trying to figure out, but is a fairly easy to understand portal and setup. :yeah:
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Wasnít sure if you meant the old 2ds (which I have) or the new 2ds xl (which I donít).

The 2ds I do have takes a departure from the traditional flip model of the 3ds and ds systems before it. Itís one big block with one screen acting as two and it doesnít close. Some people say this makes it look more little kiddish - I just consider it Nintendoís version of a tablet (pre-switch).

It was made for people who donít like the 3D, people on a budget, and indeed younger gamers. Not 100% sure on this but that last demographic might have something to do with the fact that itís a pretty sturdy piece of kit. Iíve heard about people dropping and breaking their 3dses and i think itís harder to do that with this model even though the screens are exposed.
It must be exciting to never have played a Zelda game before - No64DD
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