Great game machine, but if you have large hands can easily become a bit tired in his hands as it despite its name is quite small ..
Fun pastime on the train / bus etc!
I had the usual 3DS before, you could not play racing games such as Mario Kart because it got cramp in the hand if they withheld the keys for a long time (10 mints or more)
I was somewhat disappointed in the console because of the resolution. Come on, you see the pixels clearly if you have någolunda good vision. 3D function can only be used if driving game where you sit completely still, which is disappointing.
+ Major console making that one must not cramp out that holding the buttons for a longer time, which means that you can start playing racing games again!
+ Battery life is better than the 3DS, battery keeps Ia 4 hours of playing, compared to standard 3DS only lasts about 2 hours.
+ Nintendo e-shop, which makes it possible to buy the game digitally, the games are not as big, which means that you can have some games without having to upgrade to a larger SD card.
+ Download Play which is a service that allows you to play locally with friends who do not have the "cassette" Very useful!
- The resolution, it is not even HD which I was bothering me. I can see the pixels when I play very clearly. A big minus!
- The range of third-party games are very meager, though it's nintendo bad in general.
- Touch screen works just fine if you have a stylus pen, which is bad.
- The games cost ridiculous amount of money if you're buying them digitally. In principle, all the games with 3D compatibility (3DS Games) costs 417 SEK! If you buy them in the store will cost them La 300-200 kr.
A perfectly okay console, better than its predecessor!
Perhaps there was more wondering what firmware that comes with these?
My order at Electro World (Black / Red) for 1590: - contained 4.5.0-10E. And there seems to be 100 + in stock.
Very nice I think.
Did not think I'd come back to a Nintendo game ... but now I'm stuck again.