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  1. Nintendo 3DS XL

    An extra-large sized version of the 3DS system, following the same concept as the DSi XL. The screens are 90% larger than the 3DS, with the system also offering an extended battery life. (2012)

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  2. Nintendo 3DS

    The successor to the Nintendo DS line, the Nintendo 3DS can produce 3D graphics on the top screen without the need for glasses and is backwards compatible with most DS and DSi games. It also includes a portable Mii Maker and StreetPass. It was also the first Nintendo handheld to feature a joystick. (2011)

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  3. Nintendo 2DS

    The Nintendo 2DS is a redesign of the Nintendo 3DS, which uses mostly the same software, but differs in physical design. It features a more solid, tablet-like design as opposed to the Nintendo 3DS' clamshell design. And as its name suggests, it also lacks the 3D feature, with the top screen graphics only being rendered in the familiar 2D. (2013)

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  4. New Nintendo 3DS

    The New Nintendo 3DS is a revision of the original Nintendo 3DS, with new features like amiibo and the Face Plates and added exclusive games and a Virtual Console of Super Nintendo Entertainment System which are incompatible with any of the older models. The console also has a 3D screen which can be viewed in different angles and two new buttons and an additional control nub. (2014)

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  5. New Nintendo 3DS XL

    The New Nintendo 3DS XL is a bigger version of the original Nintendo 3DS XL and the New Nintendo 3DS. (2014)

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  6. New Nintendo 2DS XL

    The New Nintendo 2DS XL is a technologically-improved remodel of the 2DS handheld. The console is much larger than the original 2DS model and adds all the features of the updated 'New 3DS' line of systems, minus the ability to play games in 3D on the top screen. (2017)

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