Video Gamer Play // Nab a Nintendo 2DS XL with three games for £129.99
Nab a Nintendo 2DS XL with three games for £129.99
An awesome choice for first-time gamers, fabulous for travel (check out that clam shape) and backwards compatible with all DS titles, the Nintendo 2DS XL makes for an excellent on-the-go games machine. Much like the Nintendo Switch, you can upgrade the storage with a handy Micro SD card, and it’s both Wi-fi and amiibo compatible.
We’ll start with the best bundle we’ve found so far, and move onto special edition consoles for all those that love all things Pokémon and Mario shaped.
First off, we have this Nintendo 2DS XL console in a rather fetching white and orange model. It comes bundled with three games: Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer, Mario and Luigi Paper Jam Bros and the epic Monster Hunter 4. It all comes to £129.99 at Argos, saving you a not-too-shabby £90. Frankly, as an individual Nintendo 2DS XL costs £129.99 at some retailers, this makes for one heck of a saving. In addition, you can also get the same deal in an equally lovely black and turquoise shade over at Argos.
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