Nintendo 2DS

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Nintendo 2DS
Nintendo 2DS (logo).svg
DeveloperNintendo
ManufacturerNintendo
TypeHandheld game console
GenerationEighth generation
Release date
  • NA/PAL/AU/EU: October 12, 2013
  • SK: December 7, 2013
  • JP: February 27, 2016
Discontinued
  • NA: February 8, 2020
StorageIncluded 4 GB SD card
GB internal flash memory (1.5 usable)
Cartridge save
DisplayUpper: 3.53" LCD @ 400 × 240 px[1]
Lower: 3.02" resistive touchscreen LCD @ 320 × 240 QVGA
PowerNintendo 3DS games: 3.5h – 5.5h

Nintendo DS Games: 5h – 9h[1]

Sleep Mode: approximately 3 days[1]
DimensionsWidth: 14.4 cm (5.7 in)[1]
Height: 12.7 cm (5.0 in)
Depth: 2.03 cm (0.80 in)[1]
Mass260 grams (9.2 oz)[1]
Best-selling gamePoochy & Yoshi's Woolly World
PredecessorNintendo DS series (DS, DS Lite, DSi, and DSi XL)
Nintendo 3DS/3DS XL (concurrent)

The Nintendo 2DS is a handheld game console made by Nintendo. It is a new version of Nintendo's Nintendo 3DS console that has a flat design like the Game Boy consoles (instead of the flip design (a design where two or more sections fold by a hinge) of the 3DS), and does not play 3DS games in 3D. It was announced on August 27, 2013. It was released on October 12, 2013 in North America, UK, Australia,[1] and New Zealand.[2] It is aimed towards children under the age of seven, whom Nintendo had said should not use the 3D mode on the 3DS due to possible health problems that it could cause.[3] It costs less than the 3DS. In North America, it costs $129.99 (£109.99 in the UK), compared to the $169.99 (£134.99 in the UK) price of the 3DS.

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 "Untitled" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-09-21. Retrieved 2013-09-02.
  2. "NINTENDO ANNOUNCES A NEW MEMBER TO THE NINTENDO 3DS FAMILY". Nintendo Australia. 29 August 2013. Archived from the original on 4 August 2017. Retrieved 2 September 2013.
  3. "3DS may spot kids' eye problems". The Japan Times Online. The Japan Times.

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