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- 90% Larger Screen: 4.88-inch stereoscopic screen, compared with a 3.53-inch screen in the regular 3DS console, nearly double the size
- The lower touch-panel screen will also get a bump to 4.18 inches from 3 inches
- Longer battery life: Outperforms the original Nintendo 3DS. Estimated battery life is 3.5 to 6.5 hours
- Bundled with a 4 GB SD card, which is great for downloading content from the Nintendo eShop
- Limited edition bundle includes an exclusive Gold/Black Nintendo 3DS XL system with Zelda cover art, a download code for "The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds" game, an AC adapter, a Nintendo 3DS XL stylus, six AR cards, a 4GB Secure Digital memory card and a Lithium-Ion battery pack
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90% Larger Screen: 4.88-inch stereoscopic screen, compared with a 3.53-inch screen in the regular 3DS console, nearly double the size The lower touch-panel screen will also get a bump to 4.18 inches from 3 inches Longer battery life: Outperforms the original Nintendo 3DS. Estimated battery life is 3.5 to 6.5 hours Bundled with a 4 GB SD card, which is great for downloading content from the Nintendo eShop. Limited edition bundle includes an exclusive Gold/Black Nintendo 3DS XL system with Zelda cover art, a download code for "The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds" game, an AC adapter, a Nintendo 3DS XL stylus, six AR cards, a 4GB Secure Digital memory card and a Lithium-Ion battery pack.
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[Just to let fans know - THIS IS STILL AVAILABLE from retail stores! Don't waste your money on marketplace sellers just yet.]
It's a 3DS XL and it's Zelda - does anything else matter? Every piece of Zelda merchandise I've ever owned has been top quality, and I don't expect this to be any different. With that said, I have seen the hands-on video of the unit making the rounds, and it looks fantastic! I really like that the inside is gold instead of just black (a la that stupid black "Zelda" Wii U), and the gold lettering on the buttons is a nice touch. The way they did the light Triforce on the front and the dark Triforce on the back is so clever. They even moved the informational text on the bottom to the side so it doesn't interfere with the Triforce. Good job, Nintendo!
But alas, it looks like the stylus isn't gold :(
The gold finish is matte, not shiny :)
Also, the bundle comes with a digital copy of the game, not a physical copy.
Comes with a 4GB memory card.
I never expected the glass-less 3D to be this good.
The hardware may have some limits, resolution is a bit on the low side, and your phone likely is way faster than it. Don't bother downloading the Netflix or Hulu apps if you have any other way to stream those, this is a gaming device not an entertainment center. Maybe the next gen...
My only real complaint about this bundle is that the game came in the form of a digital download. As a collector (reason I got the golden edition) I love having the cart and the box. I may still buy the game, again, just to have the cart... Yea I'm insane like that.
Also... I stupidly tripped on the charging cord yesterday and the thing received some minor scratches in the corners. I was a bit disappointed to see white plastic under the golden paint.
Looks: 5/5 it looks phenomenal, truly. I mean, a few friends and my girlfriend have seen this and they love it. So if you like how it looks, amazing. End of Story. As for the 3DS system for a first time buyer, it feels ALOT better than the older 3DS. The XL is the way to go. Especially for a teenager or adult.
Performance: It works like any 3DS would, the 3D screen is amazing, takes a little getting used too. Otherwise it is fun, I just want to reach into the screen and touch whats inside. it draws you in. I used to enjoy my old Nintendo games, and finally as I began getting older(I am 22) I have decided I need to enjoy the Nintendo Nostalgia. The browser is Nice, nothing spectacular, if you have a tablet or smart phone, those are better than the 3DS browser. Pictures, sound quality, picture quality, responsiveness, and button feel, are all really good. Overall, a nice system AND it uses a SD Card. Quite nice.
That should sum it up, ENJOY this and kick back when you're bored or at a doctors appt, or at College or where ever. Just enjoy the system to kill time or whatever fits your fancy.