2DS One Screen.

So Nintendo very recently announced its new cheap 3DS alternative, the 2DS – but did you know that the 2DS actually only has one screen? Yes that’s right, it hasn’t got two touch screens like its brother – instead it’s one screen that has been separated with the plastic design that gives the illusion there are two screens when there is actually only one screen. Mind blown? I’m guessing there budget this time around didn’t warrant two screens. It would probably be pretty tough on finances considering this thing only costs around $120. This low, low price slapped onto this thing actually made me consider buying one just so I can play Gyakuten Saiban 5 but I’ll wait and see how early-adopters react to the one screen wonder before I make my final decision on it. Who needs 3D anyways?

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