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Nintendo to debut 3DS XL at E3 this week?

06/04, 4:40pm

Rumored Nintendo 3DS XL may get a 4.3-inch 3D screen, E3 unveiling

Nintendo may upsize its current 3DS portable gaming console, according to reports from Japan that were picked up by SlashGear. If true, the device will likely be called the 3DS XL, following Nintendo's naming convention with the DSi and DSi XL. The 3DS XL is said to get a 4.3-inch display up top rather than the current model's 3.53-inch screen.


Nintendo to drop price of DSi XL, DSI on May 20

05/10, 3:35pm

DSi XL to cost $130, DSi just $100 as of May 20

Nintendo on Thursday revealed that it will lower the purchase prices of its DSi XL and DSi handheld consoles on May 20. The price of the DSi XL will drop by $40 to $130, while the DSi will see a bigger, $50 reduction to just $100. Between the two systems, Nintendo offers over 2,000 downloadable or retail games.


Nintendo puts out Mario vs. Donkey Kong DSi XL bundles

10/25, 12:50pm

Nintendo details DSi XL bundles for him, her

Readying for the holiday shopping season, Nintendo revealed two new DSi XL handheld console bundles. The first is a pink or blue console paired with Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem, along with the preloaded DSiWare titles Photo Clock, Brain Age Express: Math, and Brain Age Express: Arts & Letters.


Nintendo 3DS still being outsold two-to-one by old models

07/15, 6:00am

Nintendo 3DS sales lagging older DS models

The flagship Nintendo 3DS handheld console is being outsold two-to-one by old models according to NDP Group data published by Nintendo itself. The Nintendo DSi, DSi XL and DS Lite sold a total of 386,000 units for the month of June. By comparison the 3DS sold only 143,000 units over the same period.


Nintendo: 900K DS systems, 600K Wiis sold this week

11/29, 1:20pm

Nintendo sells 900K DS and 600K Wiis in one week

Nintendo today hoped to bring attention back to its own platform with claims of high sales during Thanksgiving week. Starting from November 21 and running through this past Sunday, the company shipped 900,000 DS, DSi and DSi XL systems as well as 600,000 Wii units. It credited the spike both to the usual Black Friday push as well as new system colors.


Nintedo slashes DSi, DSi XL prices to counter iPod effect

08/30, 10:35am

Nintendo DSi and DSi XL drop in price Sept 12

Nintendo this morning unveiled a surprise price cut to its gaming handhelds. Starting September 12, the DSi will drop $20 to $150 while the DSi XL will decrease by a similar amount, to $170. Pricing for the DS Lite will stay at the same $130.



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