Not so definitive, I guess.
The big N comes to another third party digital storefront.
In spite of the Switch Lite's launch, it seems the 3DS still isn't being put to rest.
Including a cancelled Fire Emblem remake.
The dedicated handheld system will stay around "as long as there is demand" for it.
Previously cited "higher quality animations" don't seem to be in the game at all.
A violent swansong cometh.
Looks like the two systems are pretty close to one another two years out.
Eagerly waiting for Nintendo to announce a Link’s Awakening remake exclusively for 3DS.
Try the new (but not really) Kirby game before you buy.
The 3DS is well and truly at the end of its life now.
Very few 2018 games actually made it on to the 3DS’s 2018 bestsellers list.
Less than two months to go before you can play this on the go.
For now, it is US only, but hopefully Nintendo and Humble open it up to the rest of the world soon.
It “enhances the user experience”. And system stability. Always system stability.
Nintendo Executive Assures That The Company’s Development Focus Is On Switch In Spite of 3DS Support
“The next generation of gamers needs to start somewhere," says NoA president Reggie Fils-Aime about the 3DS.
Make your peace with it, folks, because this thing doesn’t look like it will die any time soon.
The classic Gamecube title has arrived and it is mostly like you remember it.
Luigi's spooky adventure is available now for North American audiences.
That’s really a shame, because I would have loved to see the 3DS version of Dragon Quest 11 localized.