Nintendo New Pokemon 20th Anniversary Edition 3DS Price in Hong Kong & Specs

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Nintendo New Pokemon 20th Anniversary Edition 3DS Price Guide

Price List by Country for Nintendo New Pokemon 20th Anniversary Edition 3DS

Country International Price Price in HKD
Malaysia MYR 2,585.00 HK$ 0.00
Philippines PHP 26,777.00 HK$ 0.00
Singapore SGD 760.00 HK$ 0.00

Reviews of Nintendo New Pokemon 20th Anniversary Edition 3DS

gamezone.com
Reviewed on 2017-09-19
Minecraft has become one of those games that everyone knows about, despite not everyone playing it. From parents who buy their kids the games, toys, and birthday party sets, to the kids and adultswho actually play it, Minecraft is a game that everyone k...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-09
All of the excellent features of the New Nintendo 3DS XL (except with smaller screens), Interchangeable faceplates add customization options
Same price as larger 3DS XL, Fewer choices for case colors and designs, Still difficult to find in North America
Nintendo's naming conventions have made things a bit confusing, so let's get this out of the way: New is a brand. The New Nintendo 3DS is an upgraded version of the Nintendo 3DS handheld game system, just like the New Nintendo 3DS XL is an upgraded versio...
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gamecrate.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-18
The new Nintendo 3DS is available now, an improvement on the previous model with better processing speed, a smoother 3D interface with face-tracking technology, and the ability to play newer games like Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, which will release exclusive...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-13
The speakers are put out a richer, louder sound—I can actually hear the 3DS if the TV is on, Advertisement, The new home, start and select buttons feel so much better. They're not mushy anymore, and are easier to reach from the 3DS' face buttons, Everyth...
Why is the power button on the front edge? I'm always worried it's going to turn off in my pocket. It hasn't yet, but just you wait, Advertisement, Why is the stylus on the front? In the old model, it used to lie on the right-side, making it easier to pu...
Portable gaming is Nintendo's wheelhouse: it pioneered the category with the Game Boy, reinvented it with the Nintendo DS, and uses its current generation, the Nintendo 3DS, to help pay the bills in the wake of underwhelming Wii U sales. Starting today, y...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-27
Vastly better 3D, Improved controls, Packed with features
Good luck finding cheap games
We review the latest handheld gaming machine, the New Nintendo 3DS, and compare it with the original 3DS to see if that new design makes it a worthy upgrade.In the past 25 years, Nintendo has been personally responsible for giving me dozens of blisters an...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-29
3D screen works better, is more enjoyable to use, Secondary analog pad offers richer control options, Upgraded processor does everything faster
Some games work differently on the last-gen 3DSes, Customizable plates only offered on the smaller New 3DS, Buying games and apps is still a chore
Nintendo's original 3D handheld launched in 2011 and three years is a seriously long time in tech -- especially for Nintendo. Fortunately, it's been a hit -- over 44 million units sold so far -- following a tradition of handheld console leadership that st...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-24
The New 3DS' facial tracking makes for a hugely improved 3D gaming experience. Its new analog stick is appreciated and the clip-on covers add a lot of style
The new C Stick has poor feel though, and I can't help wishing for a more significant boost to battery life
The Nintendo 3DS was unveiled in 2010, riding the wave of 3D hysteria that was supposed to see us all scrambling to buy new 3D TVs , fancy 3D smartphones and even 3D cameras. Of course, that trend never quite took off like the display manufacturers of the...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-21
3D effect is vastly improved, Much faster performance, Swappable faceplates are cool, New control additions mostly work well
Screen tech still outdated in other ways, Improved cameras remain unusably bad, C-stick doesn't work for all types of games, XL model omits faceplates
Nintendoes what smartphones don'tPortable games consoles are still a thing.As the Wii U flounders, it's almost easy to forget that Nintendo has another console plugging away in a valiant effort to prop up the company's bottom line. The 3DS has been out fo...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-10-24
The New 3DS' facial tracking makes for a hugely improved 3D gaming experience. Its new analog stick is appreciated and the clip-on covers add a lot of style
The new C Stick has poor feel though, and I can't help wishing for a more significant boost to battery life
The Nintendo 3DS was unveiled in 2010, riding the wave of 3D hysteria that was supposed to see us all scrambling to buy new 3D TVs, fancy 3D smartphones and even 3D cameras. Of course, that trend never quite took off like the display manufacturers of the ...
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