Yesterday Nintendo announced the newest handled system, it's called Nintendo 2DS. This handled console is still part of the 3DS family because all the feature of Nintendo 3DS minus 3D view is available on Nintendo 2DS.
You can play all 3DS and most NDS games in 2D view. The 2DS also has wireless connectivity, access Nintendo eShop and parental control that let adults manage the system content. The user also can still take 3D photo but can’t be displayed on the 2DS, but are still viewable in 3D if you view it in 3DS.
So who is the 2DS for? According to Fils-Aime, the idea for the 2DS came from wanting to appeal to younger consumers, as the standard 3DS is aimed at players age seven and up.
The 2DS will be available on October 12, 2013 for $ 129.99 and will come in blue and red color model.
What's in the one box set of 2DS?
- Nintendo 2DS machine
- 2DS stylus
- SDHC card
- Nintendo 3DS AC Adapter
- AR cards
Source: IGN, Nintendo