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Nintendo 3DS with Super Mario 3D Land - Flame Red

Platform : Nintendo 3DS
4.7 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

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  • Nintendo 3DS offers a new way to play, 3D without the need for special glasses. The 3D Depth Slider lets your determine how much 3D you want to see.
  • Play 3D games and take 3D pictures with Nintendo 3DS
  • Connect to a deeper wireless experience with SpotPassTM and StreetPassTM, giving you more exclusive content and connecting you with other Nintendo 3DS users
  • Complete with an adjustable stylus, 6 AR cards, and fun built-in software such as Face RaidersTM, Nintendo 3DS Sound, and the Mii MakerTM application
  • Use Parental Controls to restrict 3D mode for children 6 and under
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Nintendo 3DS Limited Edition Game Console With Super Mario 3D Land.

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ASIN B006C4B9I0
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4.7 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #25,095 in videogames
#66 in Video Games > Nintendo 3DS > Consoles
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Product Dimensions 10.5 x 3.3 x 6.5 inches
Media: Video Game

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By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 27, 2011
There is no question that when it has came down to Nintendo, they have been the most dominant and driven video game companies of all time. For the past 30 years, they have definitely changed and influenced the way we play video games from start to finish. From the classic Super Mario Brothers, to the first time we've seen the vulgar and then fun-loving ape Donkey Kong, all the way to us dethroning Ganon from the clutches of his reign against Zelda in Hyrule. Nintendo has definitely shown that it has done it all. While other companies have tried from Sega, and Sony, none of them have had the long-lasting influence that keeps Nintendo going. With all the hype around what Nintendo has done with the 3DS this past Spring, they have finally brought gamers into the 3rd dimension, and it is definitely worth it.

The new Nintendo 3DS Super Mario 3D Land pack, includes Nintendo's 3DS system in a shiny crimson red, that is bold as the colors Mario wears in his bouts with Bowser. The game system is fresh and vibrant as you could expect. Not only can you download great games from the Nintendo through the E-shop like Excitebike, and DSiware greats like Art Style: Base 10 and Asphalt 4: Extreme Racing, but you can play your favorite Nintendo DS titles like Meteos, New Super Mario Brothers and Brain Age. The system also shows a brilliant display of great graphics with new titles like Starfox 64 3D and The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time 3D which you can play with the control at your fingertips, as well as the bulit-in gyro sensor where you can simply move the 3DS and try to shoot down your enemies, or take a stunning photo of your friends with the 3DS camera.
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I bought this for my little six year old on the sole basis that we live in Washington and we don't always have the luxury of playing outside when ever we feel like it. So, I got my little guy the 3DS. Let's review.

First I'd like to start out by stating that the price for this really can't be beat. I bought this with the Marioland game installed for $149 at Best Buy on a Black Friday deal, but to be fair I probably would have paid about 60 bucks more after playing around on this. I have owned a DS prior to this but ended up selling it a few years ago due to video game variety. Since then I have to give Nintendo credit because they've really added some great titles to the DS and 3DS.

On one negative side note, I did notice that the new 3DS does not seem quite as sturdy as my old DS, but regardless it still very sturdy. I mentioned that because I noticed some reviewers pointing out the fact that the 3DS is flimsy, which I don't think is true at all, but I can see their argument if they are comparing to the old DS. We've only had it out of the package a couple days now but my son has no clue how to treat electronics so needless to say so far it has passed the durability test (He can't just set the game down when he goes to the bathroom, he has to get up and toss the 3DS on the couch...urg).

The function is great and I especially like the additional thumb analog stick for the more fluid movements as opposed to the traditional Nintendo arrow pad. The graphics are pretty good and rival those of the Wii for comparison. One negative mark for the 3DS is the actual 3D feature. I have to admit it's actually really cool.....for a little while.
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The 3D effect is really cool, but it takes some getting use to. I bought this for my nephew, and he usually plays it with 3D off and plugged in. Battery life is really short, but I heard this in advance.

Maybe the DSi XL would be better for portability, but I think I would still go with the ability to do 3D for the added experience.
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My son has a DS that he plays some games on, but it's never been a big thing in our lives. Especially with our iPads, iPhones, iPod touches, and the MS Surface Pro for mobile gaming... We spend most of our time on our consoles.

But sometimes it's nice to have something different, hence the Vita and the DS we've had. Some games we like are only available on the other platforms.

He loves Mario Kart on the Wii, and Sonic racing on the Xbox and the PS Vita. The other day we were in a local brick and mortar and he was playing the demo 3DS there with Mario Kart 7. I hadn't seen 7 yet, so I checked it out, and was pretty impressed.

I had never paid much attention to the 3DS system, so it was my first time to really look at it. And I have to say, I was impressed at what they accomplished without the use of any glasses.

The stick layout is SO much nicer now with this, compared to the standard DS layout with just the four way pad on the left. The sliding stick is awesome, and makes gameplay a lot more enjoyable.

The bundled things were fun too, taking advantage of the cameras to put your own face on a little helicopter that you get to shoot in your own virtual room.

It's comfortable enough to hold for some extended gaming, and while the graphics aren't up to par with the Vita for example, they work well with the games that they have. The Super Mario 3D land is quite a bit of fun, a nice change from the normal 2D scrolling side to side.

And the 3D effect is just amazing for something this small. It really makes a huge difference when you're playing the games.

I surprised him with it this weekend, first by giving him the Mario Kart 7 card, then watching his disappointment when it wouldn't fit in the old DS.
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