Nintendo now has three options for those looking to buy into the 3DS family – and this chart explains it all very clearly.
The freshly announced (and arguably confusingly branded?) 2DS is your entry-level model. It costs 109 (expect that to translate to around 100 everywhere very shortly), lacks 3D and doesn’t fold. But it’s certainly an appealing option for kids and could perform very well this Christmas.
The 3DS is your entry-level full-spec machine while the 3DS XL offers no extra functionality but packs bigger screens and, it’s certainly fair to say, a very premium feel.
Check out the infographic below (click for a bigger version):