Nintendo has certainly got some challenges ahead of it, at least for the Wii U, but for now, the 3DS remains a nice little device, but one that is perhaps too expensive. The 3D-free 2DS should offer something to those who don't want, or even can't see, 3D. It's the same hardware, but with a standard, non-3D screen and a much-reduced price of £109.

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