Tag: 2DS

Nintendo is always looking for ways to ensure the stability of its systems as well as the functionality of its many apps within consoles such as the 3DS. A new update is now available for the entire family of 3DS systems. The update version 9.8.0-25U is now live and although there is not much information as to what this update includes, it seems to be a minor one. All that Nintendo has stated is; “Further improvements to overall system stability…

With Halloween being only a week away it won’t be long before pumpkins are being carved, costumes are being created and houses get decorated (if they haven’t been already). Until All Hallows’ Eve arrives you’ll need to keep yourself entertained so why not play some 3DS games? There are plenty to choose from but if only there was something to make the HOME screen a little more interesting. Well, you might be in luck as a Skyward Sword themed HOME…

Nintendo is coming to town! Well, maybe not everyone’s town, but most likely a town nearby. Play Nintendo 2014 is hitting a dozen locations within the United States, and they are bringing a bunch of games with them. Click the jump to find out more!

Once again, Amazon seeks to amaze us with another item from Skinhub. Are you a fan of Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time? Would you like to show your love of it to others? Well you’re in luck, because there’s now a skin for the Nintendo 2DS designed with Ocarina of Time in mind. And it sells for the low price of $8.99. Skinhub is a company that creates artful designs and sells them as skins for various consoles including handhelds.

Do you love Ocarina of Time? Do you plan on purchasing a skin for your 2DS? Tell us in the comments after the jump.

Are you the proud new owner of a Nintendo 2DS, Nintendo’s latest revision of the 3DS console family? Are you looking for a cool new method to decorating your 2DS or protecting it from any scratches? If “yes” is your answer then you may be in luck! Game skin designer, Skinhub, currently has a listing for a vividly colourful Ocarina of Time 3D skin specifically created for the Nintendo 2DS console. The skin resembles the European box art for the…

The Legend of Zelda: A

Link Between Worlds

makes heavy use of the 3D feature on the Nintendo 3DS,

and when the development team found out about the Nintendo 2DS after starting on

the game, some changes had to be made.

Speaking in an interview with GameSpot, Zelda series

producer Eiji Aonuma said that the changes had to occur to ensure that the game

could be playable in 2D.

“It’s not that you can’t play it with 2D, it’s just

that it becomes clearer when you have the 3D effect on. We found out about the

2DS during development, not before, and we also made changes so that we were

sure that you could still play and solve the puzzles only with 2D. It’s

definitely still playable in 2D!”

Eiji Aonuma

To see more from Aonuma regarding the changes made, make sure to click on the