Games for Nintendo 3DS

Nintendo 3DS is Nintendo’s fifth major portable game console, a successor to the successful Nintendo DS console. The console’s design shares many similarities with its predecessor, including clamshell design (on most of the models), dual-screen display with the bottom one being touch-sensitive and stylus included with every console for more precise touchscreen input. One of the most notable new features in the console is its ability to display stereoscopic 3D effects without the use of 3D glasses. Even though the initial sales of the system were low, it later became a successful product with more than 72 million units sold worldwide. The console had several redesigns throughout its lifespan: 3DS XL, a bigger model with larger screens, 2DS, a more affordable model without a 3D screen. The updated versions of the systems called New 3DS, New 3DS XL and New 2DS XL included more powerful hardware, more stable 3D, several exclusive titles and new control features. Most of the Nintendo classic franchises got their releases on the console. Aside from first-party titles, the Monster Hunter and Yo-kai Watch series were also very successful on the console.
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