New Nintendo 3DS XL Launches This February


A ‘new’ Nintendo 3DS XL system will launch in the U.S. on Feb. 13, says Nintendo. The revamped edition of the console was launched by the company last year, but not yet available in the U.S. Additions to the new system include new C Stick and ZL/ZR buttons, and 3D face-tracking technology,  as well as built-in NFC functionality that allows for communication with amiibo figures. Prices for the new 3DS XL systems start from $199.99. The console will be available in two colors – red and black.

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