Entries in 'xl' (21)
The launch of the 3DS XL is pivotal to the future fortunes of the Nintendo 3DS and early sales numbers for the handheld are encouraging.
A second retailer is offering to sell gamers a brand new 3DS XL for just £80 if they hand over their old 3DS hardware.
Retailer GAME has become the first to go live with its trade-in offer for Nintendo’s 3DS, which is released in the UK this Friday.
DISCLAIMER: HMV hasn’t revealed a new twin-stick 3DS XL.
Disappointed by the lack of a second analogue stick on the upcoming 3DS XL? Well, Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata says you’ll “have to live with it”.
It was a surprise when the 3DS XL was revealed without a second circle pad – that it’s getting a Circle Pad Pro expansion is perhaps less of a surprise.
Nintendo won’t issue RRPs in the UK, so retail is this afternoon having its best guess regarding the price of the upcoming hardware.
Nintendo has done little to douse the fires of speculation by describing the speculative report of a new 3DS as… speculative.
The announcement of the Nintendo 3DS could have damaged any chance the DSi XL had in the global market, one analyst has claimed.
It has emerged that consumers hoping to upgrade from their existing DSi to the all-new super-sized DSi XL have no way of transferring over any existing DSiWare purchases stored on ...
After several weeks undisturbed at the top of the Japanese hardware charts, Sony’s PSP has finally been toppled – by none other than the PS3.
Nintendo has confirmed the North American launch details for the super-sized DSi XL handheld.
Several online retailers have listed the upcoming Nintendo DSi XL for a price point of around £150.
MCV can reveal that Nintendo will launch the DSi XL in Europe and the UK on March 5th.
The DSi XL will carry a slightly higher trade price than its predecessor DSi, MCV understands.
Nintendo intends to keep manufacturing the DS Lite alongside the DSi and new DSi XL – but the format-holder has told MCV that the industry should expect an increased emphasis ...
This weekend saw the arrival of Nintendo’s newest hardware in Japan, the DSi LL – which will be known as the DSi XL.