- Users will be able to use 3DS, DSi, and DSi LL adaptors with the 3DS LL
The screen is 90 percent bigger, with larger bottom and top screens. It's called the Nintendo 3DS LL in Japan and the Nintendo 3DS XL in the West. The top screen measures at 4.88 inches and is 90 percent bigger, while the bottom screen is 4.18 inches and is also 90 percent bigger. For the 3DS LL, the battery will last 3.5 to 6.5 hours while playing 3DS games (as compared to 3 to 5 hours with the 3DS). The battery will last 6 to 10 hours for DS games (as compared to 5 to 8 hours for the 3DS). To cut costs, Nintendo is selling the AC adapter as a stand alone in Japan, but the 3DS LL will work with current 3DS/DSi/DSi LL plugs. Nintendo is packaging the 3DS LL with a 4GB SD card.
|Original Name||ニンテンドー3DS LL (ピンク×ホワイト)|
|Official Release Date||Sep 27, 2012|
|Average rating:||Too few reviews (min 3 reviews required)|
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The 3DS and DSi were released in Japan without a language menu.
Unlike the US versions, in Japan all 3DS are regionally locked so you can't change the language, this is important to consider before buying if you do not understand Japanese.
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