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Find out more in our New 3DS XL review and order the console from Amazon.The 2DS is a bit of an anomaly, but its main selling point is simply that it's the most budget-friendly DS model around.That's because the original 3DS and 3DS XL have both been discontinued, replaced by their 'New' variants, and are now only available through second-hand retailers. Nintendo is phasing the model out, with the console out of stock in most UK stores, and no longer listed in its official 3DS family specs comparison chart - production has even ended in Japan, though not in other regions yet.We're going to break down each of the three currently available consoles - the New 3DS XL, 2DS, and New 2DS XL - one by one, with advice on who each console is best for and info on where to buy them from.Nintendo released the 2DS in 2013 as a cheaper version of the 3DS, dropping the stereoscopic 3D effect to keep prices low, and appease parents worried about exposing their kids to the 3D effect too young. The 2DS dropped the DS line's iconic clamshell design, instead opting to lay out both screens on top of one another in a single block with a gradient to it.
Both of the other models include a charger in the box.
Like all the main 3DS consoles, it uses a folding clamshell design, with a touch screen on the bottom section, and a larger 3D screen for the top.
As the name might give away, the New 3DS XL boasts larger screens than the previous non-XL 3DS models, with a 4.88in display on the top, and 4.18in on the bottom.
Nintendo has, for reasons known only to itself, released a whopping six different consoles within what it calls the '3DS family' since the first 3DS released in 2011. Only three of those models are on sale right now, with the rest having been discontinued, but it's still a pretty confusing process for prospective 3DS buyers to figure out what they should pick up - not helped by a slightly confusing naming system.
Still, the 3DS is one of the best game consoles you can buy right now, and the best 3DS games are among some of the greatest you can buy on any console, so there's still plenty of good reason to pick one up.It's also important to note that the 2DS is neither 'New' nor 'XL'.