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The glasses free 3D upper screen on the Nintendo 3DS XL will offer a larger area – measuring 4.88 inches - for viewing content and games and there will also be proportionally more 3D screen compared to the overall frame. Meanwhile the rim around the edge of the top screen has been streamlined, creating a slim look and the 90% increase in the upper screen size of the Nintendo 3DS XL compared to Nintendo 3DS is reflected for the bottom screen, which is now 4.18 inches.

In addition, the Nintendo 3DS XL features a larger battery capacity which is welcome news for keen gamers who are used to playing on-the-go for hours at a time. The maximum playing time for Nintendo 3DS software will now be six hours 30 minutes, up from five hours on the original handheld.

Nintendo 3DS owners have been very receptive to the Nintendo eShop and those looking to purchase the new Nintendo 3DS XL model will be thrilled by the doubled size of the bundled SD card. Now up from two to four gigabytes, you can store more downloaded content than ever before and with upcoming titles such as New Super Mario Bros. 2 (launching 17th August) being available as digital downloads as well as boxed retail games you will be glad of the extra space.
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