By Nick Stiles, Pro Sports Writer, NFL.comThe new Nintendo 3DS has arrived, and it’s time to take a look at how the new Nintendo handheld can fit into your gaming strategy.
We’ll be reviewing Nintendo’s newest flagship, the 3DS XL, in a future article, but for now, the first question we need to ask is, “How does it fit into my gaming strategy?”
So how do I play the newest Nintendo console in the world?
The 3DS, as we’ve mentioned before, has two different hardware configurations, the Standard model, which offers a 2GB version of the game for $50, and the Ultra model, offering a 4GB version for $70.
The 3DS Lite has the same basic setup for $30.
So, for $60, you get the 2GB model, the 4GB model and the 4G version of Super Mario 3D Land.
For $70, you’ll get a 4G model and Super Mario Odyssey for $55.
If you buy a 3DS and 3DS-sized game for the price of a Nintendo 3D-sized Super Mario game, you’re getting $80 worth of games, for an average $110 value.
This gives you plenty of choices to play on the 3D version of Mario, but the game isn’t exactly a must-have.
There are plenty of other games for the 3ds with similar gameplay that are better suited to the 4-inch screen.
The 3ds XL, however, is a great choice for those who want a new console.
While the system is small, it has a decent 1080p display, and while it’s not the highest-end Nintendo console, it’s still a solid option.
For $60 and up, you can get the 3rd generation console, the Nintendo 3ds, and a new model of the 3-button Nintendo GamePad.
While this is not a complete redesign of the handheld, the GamePad has a full-size LCD screen that works with games like Pokémon, Mario Kart 8, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and you can use the 3 buttons to control the Gamepad, Wii Remote, and GamePad Pro controllers.
Nintendo’s latest console has a new screen design, a new controller, and more powerful specs than the older model.
The system is smaller than the previous model, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
The Nintendo 3d-sized 3DSXL is a decent-sized handheld that can fit in a purse or backpack, and for the money, it should be the best handheld to play Mario Kart, Zelda, or Super Mario in.
The game is playable on the Nintendo Gamepad and Wii Remote and on the GameCube and Wii U, which makes it a perfect fit for those looking for a handheld to give the kids something to play while they play video games.
While we’re on the topic of games: You’ll want to keep your eye on the Wii U’s launch lineup, as the system has some very good titles, but some have been plagued by poor reviews.
That said, the new system is well worth the price.
If you’re a Mario fan, or have an interest in Super Mario Kart and want to see the series return to form, Nintendo’s latest lineup of games is worth checking out.
For those who have never played Super Mario, Super Mario 64, or other Mario titles, this is the perfect platform to get started.
For a deeper dive into the 3d games on the system, we recommend the Nintendo Switch games.
If your interest in Mario Kart is more in-depth, check out our review of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Wii U. If Mario Kart fans are looking for something to do while they watch some sports, there are a few sports titles available on the Switch, including FIFA 17, NBA 2K17, and Madden NFL 17.
If Mario Kart: Ultra is your only goal in this new Nintendo console’s lineup, it offers a good balance of a new gamepad and full-fledged 3d racing games.
However, we’d be remiss not to mention Mario Kart X, which is a Mario Kart title that doesn’t even have a 3d engine.
Mario Kart for the Switch is a fun game, but we would prefer Mario Kart Wii U to be the more complete version of this game.
We’d recommend sticking to Mario Kart 64 and Mario Kart DS as the best Mario Kart games, but you can always try Super Mario Maker and Mario Party 8 for Wii U or 3DS to get more Mario Kart experience.