Via: Engadget
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"This is an entry-level handheld gaming system," Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime says.

The system will play all DS and 3DS games and will be $129.99. It is releasing in October to coincide with the release of Pokémon X & Y. Its two screens are the size of the original 3DS, so if you want bigger screens, the 3DS XL is still the way to go. It comes with all the same functionality of the 3DS, but without the top screen rendering in 3D.

Also, buh-bye clamshell.

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First and foremost, RIP my wallet...But seriously this is tremendously exciting news. For six infuriating years and counting Japanese Final Fantasy fans have been able to aggressively collect booster packs of cards, which feature artwork from people like Tetsuya Nomura, Yoshitaka Amano and Akihiko Yoshida. Stunning artwork like this...



Dang is right. The English version rolls out in Europe and North America on October 28. The set, which includes 216 cards features characters and art from Final Fantasy VII Remake, Dissidia and World of Final Fantasy.


The official Final Fantasy Trading Card Game website has everything you need to get ready for the big release.

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