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Nintendo 2DS - Crimson Red

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Nintendo 3DS
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  • WiFi Built In: Yes
  • Graphic Quality: 240p
  • Supported Flash Memory Cards: Secure Digital (SDHC)

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  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00EZPCWWA
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 1.5 x 5.3 inches ; 8.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 12, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (274 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,053 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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The Best of Two Worlds. The Nintendo 2DS system brings the power of two systems together into a single, affordable package. Play all games both Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS in 2D. Connect with friends, other players, and wireless hotspots using the wireless StreetPass and SpotPass communication modes to unlock exclusive content for games and download other entertainment. From games to photos and beyond, Nintendo 2DS is the ultimate 2D gaming experience.

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The Best of Two Worlds. The Nintendo 2DS system brings the power of two systems together into a single, affordable package. Play all games both Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS in 2D. Connect with friends, other players, and wireless hotspots using the wireless StreetPass and SpotPass communication modes to unlock exclusive content for games and download other entertainment. From games to photos and beyond, Nintendo 2DS is the ultimate 2D gaming experience. Nintendo 2DS is a 2D system that plays all Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS games. Nintendo 2DS is only capable of 2D display.

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240 of 257 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Nintendo's 3DS handheld has quickly become one of my all-time favorite gaming devices. We're only two and a half years into the console's lifespan, and we've already been treated to several masterpieces so good, they can easily compete with and defeat many home console releases in terms of quality and overall excellence. It has also been a hugely successful venture for Nintendo, but some people have still held off from buying one. Why? Maybe it's the price that has kept people away. Perhaps parents are afraid their children will break the hinges of the 3DS. Admittedly, one of the coolest features of the system, the 3-D effect, isn't for everyone, either due to preference or age. Well, whatever the case, Nintendo has come out with the 2DS to try and appeal to those people. Let's get one thing straight right off the bat: everything about the 2DS has the same high-quality and attention to detail that is to be expected of Nintendo products, but in my opinion, the 2DS pales in comparison to the 3DS XL in almost every way. You should only consider getting a 2DS in specific circumstances. I'll warn you right now, in order to be as informative as reasonably possible, this may be a long review. If you don't like long, detailed reviews, give this one a pass. You've been given fair warning.

Build Quality and Design: The 2DS' design is quite bold, to say the least. Abandoning the classical clamshell design that has been around for nearly a decade since the original DS (or even the Game Boy Advance SP, if you want to go way back, :P) was introduced is pretty gutsy.
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97 of 102 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This could be for you January 5, 2014
By Apollo
It looks weird. If you think it looks weird, it is because it looks weird. If at a store and you see the Nintendo 2DS' cousins, the 3DS and 3DS XL, with their somehow more intuitive clam shell design sitting right next to the 2DS on the shelf, it just seems like Nintendo did not care about the 2DS and simply made "something" because "eh, why not?" Obviously, the fact that you cannot close your handheld is nothing new; Nintendo had been doing it for years with the Original GameBoy and GameBoy Advance, or even a more contemporary example: the rival PSP. But this is different. It is a square. A large block with childish color options: either bright red or bright blue, even though the majority of the exterior is black (even the back). Subconsciously, realizing that the numeral "2" is a lesser value than "3" may indicate that the 2DS is an inferior product to the 3DS and to a larger degree the 3DS XL. This is, after all, a device that plays all of the DS and 3DS games in only 2D. But is it an inferior product, or is it just marketed to a different segment of the population? Well that depends on who you ask.

So. Who is the Nintendo 2DS for?

Many reviewers are adamant that this handheld device is geared for children. And that is probably true. The "Fisher Price"esque style of its design is somewhat hard to overlook. There's less chance of it breaking because it is a block of plastic. And as very young children are not suppose to play the 3DS (XL) with the 3D function turned on, the 2DS is a natural solution. But still, consider these questions:

Do you own a Nintendo 3DS or 3DS XL?

Do you care about playing games in 3D?

If you have played on or own a 3DS(XL), do you almost always, if not always, play with your 3D function turned off?
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58 of 63 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not just for kids November 27, 2013
By Balen
I bought a 3DS when it first came out and promptly returned it. I hated the 3D (it made me feel sick) and disliked the screen even with the 3D turned off. I bought the 2DS a month ago and I love it! The design is surprisingly comfortable and the 2DS gives those of us who don't like the 3D the ability to play the most up to date games. I'm an adult who has owned every version of nintendo handhelds since the Game Boy and this was just what I needd to get back into handheld gaming.
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59 of 69 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE IT October 24, 2013
first i wanted to say i am 16 years old.

most people say this is made for kids under the age of 10.. while that is true, dont let that make you think this is a "dumb" downed version of the 3ds. it is everything the 3ds is just not with the 3D obviously! and in my opinion the no hinge design is perfect, for kids, and just for people who don't like and have to worry about hinges braking or loosening. i give this a 5/5
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not just for small kids!!!! November 14, 2013
How much of a big deal is the lack of 3D functionality? well i dont missed it at all, although it is a nice touch and makes some games really pop, is not something to be used for long hours due to eye strain and viewing angles. I used to have a standard size 3DS and always struggled with the ergonomics of it and always needed some accessory for grip (adult hands). Now with the 2DS I can hold it by itself on my hands and with no issues whatsoever. Holding the whole console versus holding the half of it makes a world of difference in the comfort level. Also the sleep mode is now via a switch and i like it better than the closing the clam shell. BTW i was never a fan of the clam shell design, is just waiting for wear and tear to give problems. I also like how the top screen is protected behind a hard plastic, due to it being always exposed.

Overall, the 2DS is a great priced console that gives access to such an excellent library of games (like Pokemon Y and Fire Emblem Awakening). Kids and adults can grab the 2DS and have a blast, the changes are all positive for me and the price is just right
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