Nintendo 3DS Latest News & Update: Japanese Company Offers Great Deal To Shoppers For Black Friday Sale!

By MPEO , Updated Nov 08, 2016 06:25 AM EST
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One of the world's largest video games company, Nintendo, has announced that the new Nintendo 3DS will be released on Black Friday Sale for only $99.99. It's a sure $100 saving from its original MSRP of $199.99. 

Black Friday Sale is coming and everyone is excited to get their hands on the goodies for themselves or for gift giving this Christmas. Kids and the young at hearts will definitely enjoy the exciting news that Nintendo 3DS will be on sale starting November 25.

According to Nintendo's website, the new gaming system of Nintendo will be available in the market with an MSRP of $99.99. Nintendo 3DS will be released in two special edition models and two color variants - one white and one black. Both have the Mushroom Kingdom design of characters and imagery.

New owners of Nintendo 3DS will have a massive game choices that they can download from the library. Recently launched games will also be available for the new players like "Marion Party Star Rush."  Also, new games coming include "Pokemon Sun and Moon," which will be released on November 18; "Super Mario Maker" that will launch on December 2 and "Blaster Master Zero," which is expected in spring 2017.

While the Nintendo 3DS is joining the Black Friday Sale, there has been a report that Nintendo plans to shut down the production of Wii U for good. The company has dismissed this rumor, but some sources informed Eurogamer that it will no longer continue manufacturing the device. Nintendo's decision came after receiving a small number of orders for the Wii U.

Moreover, the released of Wii U without a concrete vision of what the device is intended to be has put the company in small return of sales. Nintendo has now shifted to focus on Nintendo 3DS and the highly-anticipated launch of Nintendo Switch in March.  

The significant price drop of Nintendo 3DS is first from Nintendo comparing it to the price of Nintendo 2DS that is only for $79.99. The $20 difference is definitely a great deal from Nintendo that value shoppers should not miss.  

 

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