During this morning’s Nintendo Direct presentation it was announced that the New Nintendo 3DS XL will launch in North America and Europe on February 13th 2015.
Europe will be getting both the regular and XL models, but North America is only getting the XL.
New Nintendo 3DS brings a number of new features to the portable, including longer battery life, more stable face-tracking 3D, a C-stick that can move the camera and do other things in games like use Smashes in Super Smash Bros., and more.
Red and black versions will be available at launch, priced at $199.99. While New Nintendo 3DS XL won’t come with an A/C adapter, you’ll be able to use one from previous 3DS/DSi units or buy one separately.
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