It’s Confirmed: The Smaller New Nintendo 3DS is coming to the U.S.

There is a catch:

You will have to buy this $215 bundle if you want it. It comes with the aforementioned game, a 4GB Memory Card and the faceplate for the game it comes with. I literally just learned about it tonight and so I will wait until the console is being sold by itself: After Metroid Prime Pinball (Nintendo DS) and Animal Crossing City Folk (Wii), I have sworn off buying a video game for a prehep made only for the game it’s packaged with. A wasted technology more or less though in this case, the console is being packaged with the game to boost sales.

In light of the recent announcement Hyrule Warriors will not work in 3D without a New Nintendo 3DS, I will now have to buy one. I WILL wait as before for the console to be sold separately. The one I buy will replace my Blue Ambassador 3DS, which I will keep in storage at home.

These are the other reasons I am not buying this bundle:

…I preordered the Dancing All Night bundle and the Aqua Blue Vita is a Gamestop exclusive that will be released on November 10. Dancing All Night will be released on Monday =O

I predict the standalone Stanard New Nintendo 3DS will be released in late November or early December. I don’t mind waiting a little longer to get  it or even waiting until 2016 if need be. As of right now, Xenoblade Chronicles is still the only New Nintendo 3DS game released so far. It boasts more powerful processing power so if you have Super Smash Bros. 3DS, it will load much faster comepared to the 3DS and 3DSXL.

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