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Nintendo 2DS (Blue) + Mario Kart 7 £65.99 @ Amazon.fr

£65.99 @ Amazon France
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Seems a reasonable price if you're after one of these.

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Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.

This is a great little handheld with a great game.

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#1
nice.
#2
Great price
4 Likes #3
Kold
2 Likes #4
Krakcing prike.
1 Like #5
Just shows what a crazy price that Tesco one was at £49 a couple of years ago.
Never realised how much they are normally but this is classed as a bargain.
4 Likes #6
Hot, I picked up this a few weeks ago as just fancied playing Mario Kart for some reason, and had not actually played it since the N64 days. Been impressed with the game and the system, and this is a very good price (I paid £75).

Also got Mario 64 DS for it now, which is excellent.



Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Feb 03, 2017 13:23
#7
i got this last year same price from Tesco. I would recommend to check your local Tesco first.
7 Likes #8
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.

This is a great little handheld with a great game.
2 Likes #9
jaypr
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.

http://i.imgur.com/VObt0bV.gif
#10
jaypr
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.
This is a great little handheld with a great game.
I was just thinking the same X)
#11
Worth it for foreign charger?
#12
lukeo44
jaypr
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.
This is a great little handheld with a great game.
I was just thinking the same X)

I won't disclose how I voted :) Those new to 3DS gaming should be aware this is very old tech. Will leave it at that re the unit itself. If your thinking this is the best option for kids because it doesn't have 3D, then not the case at all, as well as a 3D on/off switch. 3D is easily disabled with the parental controls on any 3DS/3DSXL model. And kids do grow up...

Messiah
Worth it for foreign charger?

Is not even worth it for MK7 game which is built in. Has no real value as you can't sell the game on. Even the console will be worthless as ebay will be flooded with 2nd hand 2DS's before long, and superior 3DS, and at some point even 3DS XL models. It just has no value or worth.
1 Like #13
noahsdad
lukeo44
jaypr
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.
This is a great little handheld with a great game.
I was just thinking the same X)
I won't disclose how I voted :) Those new to 3DS gaming should be aware this is very old tech. Will leave it at that re the unit itself. If your thinking this is the best option for kids because it doesn't have 3D, then not the case at all, as well as a 3D on/off switch. 3D is easily disabled with the parental controls on any 3DS/3DSXL model. And kids do grow up...
Messiah
Worth it for foreign charger?
Is not even worth it for MK7 game which is built in. Has no real value as you can't sell the game on. Even the console will be worthless as ebay will be flooded with 2nd hand 2DS's before long, and superior 3DS, and at some point even 3DS XL models. It just has no value or worth.

I bought a 2DS a few weeks ago and I love it! I get to play loads of quality games which are more innovative than blockbuster console games, cheaper and portable. With Nintendo, it's not about 'old tech' it's about quality games that are available on specific consoles. Think Goldeneye, or A Link to the Past, you wouldn't consider the console they are on as old tech. People will play 3DS games in 10 years time, just as people use the 3DS to play DS games.

Regarding the MK7 game, every 2DS now comes with a game built in, so you shouldn't consider it as a money making thing by selling it. It's just a nice thing to have. People buy new console games for £50, the 2DS is a great deal for good gaming on the go :)
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Heat added, topss. Thanks for posting mate.

Does anybody present in the thread know the best option of the two. I'm seriously debating between the 3DS and the 2DS. I just don't know which is the better option (_;)

Edited By: BuzzDuraband on Feb 03, 2017 17:05
#15
if only it was the transparent blue. Great deal regardless
#16
DonkeyKonk
Hot, I picked up this a few weeks ago as just fancied playing Mario Kart for some reason, and had not actually played it since the N64 days. Been impressed with the game and the system, and this is a very good price (I paid £75).

Also got Mario 64 DS for it now, which is excellent.




You should play mario kart on the wii with a steering wheel, now thats fun!
1 Like #17
Kids do grow up, but it seems that Noahsdad doesnt.


Edited By: MungoSplodge on Feb 03, 2017 19:16
#18
Great choice for young kids, the 2DS is alot more solid than the 3DS!
banned 3 Likes #19
You're all mad buying this!
Could have ordered a control pad for the switch for that price!!
#20
welshdad
Great choice for young kids, the 2DS is alot more solid than the 3DS!

It is a lot more exposed is what it is. Dust collecting guarantee as it does not close. Don't be surprised if tit's tiny screens gets damaged. Even in a case they are not entirely safe as still exposed, unless you a really well padded hard case.
#21
Great price tempted to get one o3ds is just to damn small.
#22
BuzzDuraband
Heat added, topss. Thanks for posting mate.
Does anybody present in the thread know the best option of the two. I'm seriously debating between the 3DS and the 2DS. I just don't know which is the better option (_;)
Honestly it's all about how big your hands are, my hands kill after a while when playing on the o3ds, looking for an upgrade to an XL
2 Likes #23
noahsdad
welshdad
Great choice for young kids, the 2DS is alot more solid than the 3DS!
It is a lot more exposed is what it is. Dust collecting guarantee as it does not close. Don't be surprised if tit's tiny screens gets damaged. Even in a case they are not entirely safe as still exposed, unless you a really well padded hard case.

Don't be daft, my kids have been using their 2DS daily since they got them well over a year ago (they have one each from that Tesco deal when they were sold for £49 each!). They've been dropped several times and only have soft cases but are working fine and are in great condition, I asked the kids if they wanted a 3DS as an upgrade and they really aren't bothered, can't see the point of spending more money given they are happy.
#24
jaypr
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.
He often ruins Nintendo threads in general, not just the 2DS threads.
#25
ooooh lala bon deal mes amie
#26
trickytree
Just shows what a crazy price that Tesco one was at £49 a couple of years ago.
Never realised how much they are normally but this is classed as a bargain.


I got one for £37 from game last year too!
#27
Managed to bag this in game for £37.49 months ago been loving ever since!
#28
noahsdad
lukeo44
jaypr
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.
This is a great little handheld with a great game.
I was just thinking the same X)
I won't disclose how I voted :) Those new to 3DS gaming should be aware this is very old tech. Will leave it at that re the unit itself. If your thinking this is the best option for kids because it doesn't have 3D, then not the case at all, as well as a 3D on/off switch. 3D is easily disabled with the parental controls on any 3DS/3DSXL model. And kids do grow up...
Messiah
Worth it for foreign charger?
Is not even worth it for MK7 game which is built in. Has no real value as you can't sell the game on. Even the console will be worthless as ebay will be flooded with 2nd hand 2DS's before long, and superior 3DS, and at some point even 3DS XL models. It just has no value or worth.

So should they buy a Sony Vita instead and have absolutely nothing worth while to play on it?
#29
noahsdad
welshdad
Great choice for young kids, the 2DS is alot more solid than the 3DS!
It is a lot more exposed is what it is. Dust collecting guarantee as it does not close. Don't be surprised if tit's tiny screens gets damaged. Even in a case they are not entirely safe as still exposed, unless you a really well padded hard case.

Absolute rubbish. My original Gameboy Colour still works fine and it has been dropped countless times as well as stood on, sat on etc. Dust lol.
#30
the 2ds is a solid option for kids it works and can take a drop. obvs dont but that goes wothout saying.

Same size screens as the og 3ds and specs just sans the 3d again obvs. + bigger stylus!

There are better colourways than this one though maybe not for the money right now but they pop up on hukd fairly often. The crystal/pokemon ones and the sun/moon cyan coloured models were choice I thought. Shame we dont get the sea green/white over here.
#31
DonkeyKonk
Hot, I picked up this a few weeks ago as just fancied playing Mario Kart for some reason, and had not actually played it since the N64 days. Been impressed with the game and the system, and this is a very good price (I paid £75).
Also got Mario 64 DS for it now, which is excellent.

Yep, that early ds port of mario 64 was technically brilliant. Dont forget kids there is a massive library of ds games available. Backwards compatability is still a thing (just)
#32
I was thinking of a 2DS for the VC feature, but as I'll be getting a Switch is there any point? Or shall I wait it out and get everything on the one device?
#33
Good deal voted hot :) Nice handheld and game for that money..
#34
Razwaz
I was thinking of a 2DS for the VC feature, but as I'll be getting a Switch is there any point? Or shall I wait it out and get everything on the one device?
Really depends on what vc systems you want to play. Remember no snes vc on the 2ds. and (afaik) not every vc system will be available for the switch.

Gamecube vc on the switch though, wow. I play legit (ugh) gc but some game prices are nuts I can see a lot of people getting onboard IF they release the games they should.
#35
noahsdad
lukeo44
jaypr
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.
This is a great little handheld with a great game.
I was just thinking the same X)
I won't disclose how I voted :) Those new to 3DS gaming should be aware this is very old tech. Will leave it at that re the unit itself. If your thinking this is the best option for kids because it doesn't have 3D, then not the case at all, as well as a 3D on/off switch. 3D is easily disabled with the parental controls on any 3DS/3DSXL model. And kids do grow up...
Messiah
Worth it for foreign charger?
Is not even worth it for MK7 game which is built in. Has no real value as you can't sell the game on. Even the console will be worthless as ebay will be flooded with 2nd hand 2DS's before long, and superior 3DS, and at some point even 3DS XL models. It just has no value or worth.

I recently sold a 2nd hand DS with 28 3ds games for £80 don't touch this with a barge poll the 2ds and 3ds arn't worth buying and the games while ok to play weren't worth the price paid.
1 Like #36
otterboxer
Razwaz
I was thinking of a 2DS for the VC feature, but as I'll be getting a Switch is there any point? Or shall I wait it out and get everything on the one device?
Really depends on what vc systems you want to play. Remember no snes vc on the 2ds. and (afaik) not every vc system will be available for the switch.

Gamecube vc on the switch though, wow. I play legit (ugh) gc but some game prices are nuts I can see a lot of people getting onboard IF they release the games they should.


​Im looking at more playing games from 3DS/Wii U on the Switch too (hopefully). I'm aware that the 3DS games may be a problem with the single screen though.
1 Like #37
fat-pudding
noahsdad
welshdad
Great choice for young kids, the 2DS is alot more solid than the 3DS!
It is a lot more exposed is what it is. Dust collecting guarantee as it does not close. Don't be surprised if tit's tiny screens gets damaged. Even in a case they are not entirely safe as still exposed, unless you a really well padded hard case.
Don't be daft, my kids have been using their 2DS daily since they got them well over a year ago (they have one each from that Tesco deal when they were sold for £49 each!). They've been dropped several times and only have soft cases but are working fine and are in great condition, I asked the kids if they wanted a 3DS as an upgrade and they really aren't bothered, can't see the point of spending more money given they are happy.
He is right about the screens though, we have one with a broken screen and my children are very careful with their gadgets.
#38
Personally i think its a great deal, your getting a brand new 2DS for the price second hand ones are going for on Ebay.

Yes its not the newest model, however to be honest I do really like the 2DS, the 3D is awful in my opinion and not been able to play Snes VC games is no great loss at all. If you think the 3D truly adds something to the games then this is not for you, but from the the people i know who actually own a 3DS, no one uses the 3D on it.

That's my point of view anyway as someone who only purchased a 3DS to play Pokemon on Mario Kart. The new Pokemon Sun / Moon games don't even support 3D anyway.

Edited By: InsaneNutter on Feb 04, 2017 11:41
1 Like #39
DonkeyKonk
Hot, I picked up this a few weeks ago as just fancied playing Mario Kart for some reason, and had not actually played it since the N64 days. Been impressed with the game and the system, and this is a very good price (I paid £75).
Also got Mario 64 DS for it now, which is excellent.

You should pick up Super Mario 3D Land if you're a fan of Mario 64. It's excellent. Also if you enjoy 2D platformers, New Super Mario Bros. 2 is stellar.
#40
ontheqt
noahsdad
lukeo44
jaypr
Hot from me and in before Noahsdad comes along and spoils it all like he does with every Nintendo 2DS thread.
This is a great little handheld with a great game.
I was just thinking the same X)
I won't disclose how I voted :) Those new to 3DS gaming should be aware this is very old tech. Will leave it at that re the unit itself. If your thinking this is the best option for kids because it doesn't have 3D, then not the case at all, as well as a 3D on/off switch. 3D is easily disabled with the parental controls on any 3DS/3DSXL model. And kids do grow up...
Messiah
Worth it for foreign charger?
Is not even worth it for MK7 game which is built in. Has no real value as you can't sell the game on. Even the console will be worthless as ebay will be flooded with 2nd hand 2DS's before long, and superior 3DS, and at some point even 3DS XL models. It just has no value or worth.
I recently sold a 2nd hand DS with 28 3ds games for £80 don't touch this with a barge poll the 2ds and 3ds arn't worth buying and the games while ok to play weren't worth the price paid.

magic ds?

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