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Looking to lounge around in a comfy sofa or bed while you entertain yourself with great video games? Enter the Nintendo 3DS, the answer to your boredom in a handheld gaming device that flips open and offers you 3D viewing capabilities. Read more below!

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Nintendo 3DS Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 2,055,000
Malaysia MYR 999
Philippines PHP 11,255
Singapore SGD 318
Thailand THB 3,582
Vietnam VND 5,190,000

Nintendo 3DS in Singapore

Play your video games everywhere with the Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming console. The Nintendo 3DS is Nintendo's latest handheld gaming console that takes after the good ol' GameBoy of the past. It comes in many different colors with interchangeable cases and its two displays are prominently displayed in the flip-open clamshell design.

Immersive 3D

The Nintendo 3DS features 3D capabilities (hence its name) that is adjustable in the top screen of its clamshell design. A little slider on the right side of the 3DS allows users to adjust the 3D effect of the screen, allowing for a whole new level of immersive gameplay. The front camera of the 3DS tracks the face of the user so that the 3D effect is constantly active, providing further immersion into the game.

Intuitive and Unique Controls

The 3DS controls through a blend of hardware buttons and touch-screen capabilities. Users can control their games through the use of a circle pad for precise 360 control, and a C-stick on the right side for more subtle movements. The traditional shoulder buttons and face buttons are also present for the standard game controls.

What sets the 3DS apart from other handhelds is the inclusion of a stylus that can be slid out from the bottom of the device. The stylus is mainly used to control the touch screen on the bottom half of the 3DS, allowing more precise navigation and also better controls in other applications.

Reverse Compatibility

Long time fans of Nintendo and its handheld consoles and games typically have a large collection of games from the past. They'll be immensely happy to know that the Nintendo 3DS has the capability to play older Nintendo console games. If you've got a bunch of older games from older and other Nintendo consoles, you can continue to enjoy them on the Nintendo 3DS.

Nintendo 3Ds Singapore - More Than Just For Gaming

The Nintendo 3DS may be a handheld console that's primarily built for gaming, but it certainly has more features than those meant for gaming. The 3DS has a web store that allows you to purchase not just games, but also download video applications for free. Popular video streaming entertainment such as Netflix and YouTube can be downloaded to enjoy your favourite shows.

The Nintendo 3DS also has a web browser that you can utilize to read up on news or anything like that. You can also use it to check up on game walkthroughs and tips – all that without leaving your game console.

Nintendo 3DS Expert Reviews

devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
Almost every change Nintendo has made here is welcome, and the result is a handheld that finally feels complete. The 3D is now much more consistent, meaning less headaches and a more enjoyable experience, while the C-stick gives us what we've been asking...There are a few niggles: having to remove the back with a screwdriver to change the microSD in 2015 seems crazy; the camera is still quite poor; and the name might cause some confusion for those less familiar with the Nintendo family
Update: The New Nintendo 3DS is getting a new Pokemon Sun and Moon-themed special edition come November. The system stars the game's two legendary monsters, Solgaleo and Lunala, and is so far only planned for release in Europe.For all the stuff it does we...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-09
Almost every change Nintendo has made here is welcome, and the result is a handheld that finally feels complete. The 3D is now much more consistent, meaning less headaches and a more enjoyable experience, while the C-stick gives us what we've been asking...There are a few niggles: having to remove the back with a screwdriver to change the microSD in 2015 seems crazy; the camera is still quite poor; and the name might cause some confusion for those less familiar with the Nintendo family
Update: Now that the Nintendo Switch is out the future of the Nintendo 3DS is uncertain. Nintendo has said that it's not dropping support for the handheld anytime soon, but we'd be surprised if it didn't overwhelmingly focus on its new hardware going forw...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-09
All of the excellent features of the New Nintendo 3DS XL (except with smaller screens), Interchangeable faceplates add customization optionsSame price as larger 3DS XL, Fewer choices for case colors and designs, Still difficult to find in North America
Nintendo's naming conventions have made things a bit confusing, so let's get this out of the way: New is a brand. The New Nintendo 3DS is an upgraded version of the Nintendo 3DS handheld game system, just like the New Nintendo 3DS XL is an upgraded versio...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-07
Improved 3D screen, Changeable faceplates, Massive library of amazing gamesBattery life is still disappointing, No "exclusive" games available at the moment
In its recent earnings call Nintendo confirmed it had sold 4.99 million 3DS units during the holiday season. Looking forwards, however, the company has decreased its projected sales from 12 to 9 million units, citing insufficient growth in Europe and the ...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-02-18
We review the New Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL. See our full New Nintendo 3DS & 3DS XL review ....
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-02-18
The New 3DS might not look much different from its predecessor at first glance, but it's a combination of several small hardware changes that makes this hand-held gaming console everything the original 3DS should have been. We explain in our New 3DS...
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gamecrate.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-18
The new Nintendo 3DS is available now, an improvement on the previous model with better processing speed, a smoother 3D interface with face-tracking technology, and the ability to play newer games like Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, which will release exclusive...
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gizmodo.in
Reviewed on 2015-02-13
The speakers are put out a richer, louder sound-I can actually hear the 3DS if the TV is on, The new home, start and select buttons feel so much better. They're not mushy anymore, and are easier to reach from the 3DS' face buttons, Everything loads way,...Why is the power button on the front edge? I'm always worried it's going to turn off in my pocket. It hasn't yet, but just you wait, Why is the stylus on the front? In the old model, it used to lay on the right-side, making it easier to pull out when you...
Portable gaming is Nintendo's wheelhouse: it pioneered the category with the Game Boy, reinvented it with the Nintendo DS, and uses its current generation, the Nintendo 3DS, to help pay the bills in the wake of underwhelming Wii U sales. Starting today, y...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-13
The speakers are put out a richer, louder sound—I can actually hear the 3DS if the TV is on, Advertisement, The new home, start and select buttons feel so much better. They're not mushy anymore, and are easier to reach from the 3DS' face buttons, Everyth...Why is the power button on the front edge? I'm always worried it's going to turn off in my pocket. It hasn't yet, but just you wait, Advertisement, Why is the stylus on the front? In the old model, it used to lie on the right-side, making it easier to pu...
Portable gaming is Nintendo's wheelhouse: it pioneered the category with the Game Boy, reinvented it with the Nintendo DS, and uses its current generation, the Nintendo 3DS, to help pay the bills in the wake of underwhelming Wii U sales. Starting today, y...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-02-06
To Nintendo's credit, it did release the Circle Pad Pro peripheral a year later, providing another full-size Circle Pad on the right hand side of the console to use with games such as Resident Evil Revelations and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. However, its u...
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wired.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-02-04
Super Stable 3D really works, Symmetry of design, Built in NFC and faster CPU for future proof gamingSD Card only access by unscrewing, No US release for nonXL version, Naming continues to confuse
Nintendo's "New 3DS" handheld may have a confusing name, but its obsessive devotion to symmetry, intelligent enhancement of features and detailed sculpting for fit in the hand turns an adequate design into near perfection. Maybe it's from growing up with...
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gamegrin.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-03
With the New 3DS and New 3DS XL launching in the UK soon, some of you may be wondering whether or not it is worth upgrading your old 3DS to the newer model. I imported an Australian model not too long ago and after a few weeks of testing out the system, h...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-27
Vastly better 3D, Improved controls, Packed with featuresGood luck finding cheap games
We review the latest handheld gaming machine, the New Nintendo 3DS, and compare it with the original 3DS to see if that new design makes it a worthy upgrade.In the past 25 years, Nintendo has been personally responsible for giving me dozens of blisters an...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-24
New 3D is vastly better, Second analogue nub is long overdue, Still relatively affordableBattery hasn't really improved, Processor bump divides old 3DS owners from new
Nintendo has long been king of the handhelds, but that the Nintendo 3DS continues to perform so strongly in a market saturated by smartphones is rather admirable.The 3DS's affordability and its extensive library of good games have kept Nintendo's handheld...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-01-24
New 3D is vastly better, Second analogue nub is long overdue, Still relatively affordableBattery hasn't really improved, Processor bump divides old 3DS owners from new
Nintendo has long been king of the handhelds, but that the Nintendo 3DS continues to perform so strongly in a market saturated by smartphones is rather admirable.The 3DS's affordability and its extensive library of good games have kept Nintendo's handhe...
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gizmodo.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-01-16
Console hardware revisions are a common way for manufacturers to reduce costs, drive fresh sales and maintain user interest in their systems, and industry stalwart Nintendo has been one of the most prolific revisionists; in fact, the company arguably pion...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-29
3D screen works better, is more enjoyable to use, Secondary analog pad offers richer control options, Upgraded processor does everything fasterSome games work differently on the last-gen 3DSes, Customizable plates only offered on the smaller New 3DS, Buying games and apps is still a chore
Nintendo's original 3D handheld launched in 2011 and three years is a seriously long time in tech -- especially for Nintendo. Fortunately, it's been a hit -- over 44 million units sold so far -- following a tradition of handheld console leadership that st...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-24
The New 3DS' facial tracking makes for a hugely improved 3D gaming experience. Its new analog stick is appreciated and the clip-on covers add a lot of styleThe new C Stick has poor feel though, and I can't help wishing for a more significant boost to battery life
The Nintendo 3DS was unveiled in 2010, riding the wave of 3D hysteria that was supposed to see us all scrambling to buy new 3D TVs , fancy 3D smartphones and even 3D cameras. Of course, that trend never quite took off like the display manufacturers of the...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-10-24
The New 3DS' facial tracking makes for a hugely improved 3D gaming experience. Its new analog stick is appreciated and the clip-on covers add a lot of styleThe new C Stick has poor feel though, and I can't help wishing for a more significant boost to battery life
The Nintendo 3DS was unveiled in 2010, riding the wave of 3D hysteria that was supposed to see us all scrambling to buy new 3D TVs , fancy 3D smartphones and even 3D cameras. Of course, that trend never quite took off like the display manufacturers of the...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-10-24
The New 3DS' facial tracking makes for a hugely improved 3D gaming experience. Its new analog stick is appreciated and the clip-on covers add a lot of styleThe new C Stick has poor feel though, and I can't help wishing for a more significant boost to battery life
The Nintendo 3DS was unveiled in 2010, riding the wave of 3D hysteria that was supposed to see us all scrambling to buy new 3D TVs, fancy 3D smartphones and even 3D cameras. Of course, that trend never quite took off like the display manufacturers of the ...
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