Nintendo fans here is some good news for you, the brand will be releasing the SNES-themed 3DS XL stateside this year. When Analogue's Super NT is released early next year, the unedited game - now dubbed Super Turrican: Director's Cut - will be included with every console, along with an SNES-style cartridge box. The latest version of the popular handheld system is currently available for pre-order for $199.99 on Amazon right now.
The new Nintendo 3DS XL system plays all Nintendo DS games (2DS and 3DS).
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Further, the US version of the console will look different than the European version. Within minutes, you can redeem a download code for Super Mario Kart and relive that 32-bit magic. While this was certainly eye catching, it moved away from the classic design we all know and love.
The new 3DS XL is now available for preorder, set to be released November 27-just in time for the holiday gift giving season.
Nintendo is keen to cash in on nostalgia by bringing back the retro consoles in miniature form. After that, there were several versions of the console with Europe and Japan getting separate versions. Naturally, it's for a SNES game.
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