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Cheapest Nintendo 3DS XL + Super Smash Bros Price in Philippines is ₱ 24,640.00

The Nintendo 3DS XL + Super Smash Bros is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Nintendo 3DS XL + Super Smash Bros price in Philippines is ₱ 24,640.00 from Lazada. Nintendo 3DS XL + Super Smash Bros price details are updated October 2018.

Nintendo 3DS XL + Super Smash Bros Price Guide

Price List by Country for Nintendo 3DS XL + Super Smash Bros

Country International Price Price in PHP
Malaysia MYR 1,717.50 ₱ 22,334.00
Philippines PHP 24,640.00 ₱ 24,640.00
Singapore SGD 654.00 ₱ 25,666.00

Nintendo 3DS XL + Super Smash Bros Specs

Release Date in Philippines
Model3DS XL + Super Smash Bros
DateAug 2014
Display
DisplayLCD
TouchscreenYes
Display diagonal12.4 cm (4.88")
Second displayYes
Display resolution800 x 240 pixels
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Aspect ratio16:10
Second display diagonal10.6 cm (4.18")
Second display resolution320 x 240 pixels
Weight & dimensions
Weight336 g
Width156 mm
Depth22 mm
Height93 mm
Power
Battery life (max)10 h
Charging time3.5 h
Networking
Wi-FiYes
BluetoothNo
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g
Storage
Built-in optical driveNo
Card reader integratedYes
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC
Included memory card size4 GB
Packaging content
Video game includedYes
Games includedSuper Smash Bros
AC adapter includedNo
Stylus penYes
User guideYes
ManualYes
Design
Colour of productRed
Gaming control function keysD-pad, Home, Power, Select, Start
Performance
PlatformNintendo 3DS XL
Motion sensorYes
GyroscopeYes
Parental controlYes
Multimedia
Built-in cameraYes
Second cameraYes
Built-in microphoneYes
Number of built-in speakers2

Reviews of Nintendo 3DS XL + Super Smash Bros

technoodling.net
Reviewed on 2012-09-12
I've had the original Nintendo 3DS for quite a while now, almost a year, and for the most part I loved it. The 3DS was Nintendo's entry into the 3D portable gaming world, but without the tell-tale glasses. You just have to keep your vision within a narrow...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-04
Video games are welcome at the table of popular art, alongside movies, music, and television. Home consoles get a lot of attention, but portable gaming has done the heavy lifting when it comes to expanding the reach and acceptance of the medium.The road t...
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pocketables.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-29
By the time Nintendo introduced the 3DS XL in the summer of 2012, handheld gaming consoles had long been cannibalized by smartphones and tablets. Whereas smartphones and tablets can play games and serve other functions, Nintendo and Sony consoles are real...
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makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-09
Among all the big names in gaming consoles, Nintendo is definitely among the top favorites. As a '90s kid, I associate much of my childhood with playing Nintendo games. I remember growing up with the Nintendo 64, the GameBoy Color, GameBoy Advance, and Ni...
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gadgetreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-08
Improved 3D performance through the larger screen size, Improved battery life, Improved buttons and overall feel, A solid portable game console with a lot of available past and present games
It fits in the pocket, but barely; Kids might not like the larger size, Display resolution looks worse, more pixelated, Difficult to recommend over an iPad or smartphones
Nintendo's dominance in the mobile gaming market, while now under direct competition with smartphone makers, is still daunting. Nineteen million Nintendo 3DS units have sold worldwide as of July, just under a year and a half after releasing in the U.S. in...
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g4tv.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-05
Video Review: The Nintendo 3DS XL handheld gaming system offers 90% more screen, a fresh, new design and improved battery life, all for $200. Matt Mira and Dave Holmes check to see if these updates take handheld gaming to a whole new level on Gadget Pr...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-01
Nintendo has a habit of not getting things exactly right the first time with handheld systems, as anyone who tried to pocket the original DS or play the first Game Boy Advance out of direct sunlight can undoubtedly attest. Last year's 3DS wasn't a bad eff...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-01
Nintendo has a habit of not getting things exactly right the first time with handheld systems, as anyone who tried to pocket the original DS or play the first Game Boy Advance out of direct sunlight can undoubtedly attest. Last year's 3DS wasn't a bad eff...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-18
The screen. Sure, it's not as high res as you'd maybe wish for, but that's because it's locked into the same resolution as last generation's smaller screens. The stats are 800x240 for the top screen, and 320x240 for the bottom,
The button size and layout. While the 3DS XL's larger size definitely makes it more comfortable to hold than the 3DS, the buttons still feel oddly small. The joystick and directional pad are arranged so you can use either, but that results in neither actu...
When everyone's already got a smartphone in a pocket, what good is a portable game console? Figuring that out is one of the toughest challenges for traditional game makers right now.AdvertisementNintendo's answer is the simplest and best: Just make it not...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-16
Much bigger 3D display, Larger touchscreen is easier to use, Better, more ergonomic design
Adding a right thumb stick would have made sense, $30 more than original 3DS, Software library is still weak
For the second time since its North American release on March 27, the Nintendo 3DS will undergo a significant change. The first of these changes occurred just four months after its release and saw the price drop from $250 to $170, a move that attracted a ...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-15
Colossalsize screens make old and new games look their best. Larger form factor and battery life make a more comfortable, convenient experience. Double the included memory
Games still cost each. Still no account system. Still waiting for Nintendo to unleash the floodgates of cheap digital content instead of trickling out zero to three games a week
In early 2010, when Nintendo’s DSi handheld game machine was racking up record-breaking sales, the Kyoto gamemaker introduced an unexpected new model, the DSi XL. It was a classic example of Nintendo zigging where others zagged; as its competitors race...
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nintendoworldreport.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-13
I’ve already written—eloquently—about my minor addiction to hardware iterations. I can’t turn a good form factor down, which is why I was already wringing my hands over the coming 3DS XL. Site director Neal Ronaghan had the unit shipped to my house, kn...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-01
Reviewing a product like the Nintendo 3DS XL is a strange affair. The mobile gaming market has changed dramatically over the last several years thanks to the advent of iOS and Android, both offering games that approach the quality of what you would exp...
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destructoid.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-27
The idea of an "XL" DS alternative has always sounded a bit silly to me. It's just like the system I already have, but bigger? What's the point of that? Of course, like gaming PCs and iPads, it's always easy to besmirch a system that you don't own --...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-10
Bigger screen improves the 3D effect significantlyImproved battery life under some conditionsMore comfortable to hold and use
Digital content still lackingNo secondary analog stickNot the most powerful of handheld hardware
More Info Nintendo 3DS XL announced Nintendo 3DS review Nintendo's gunning for retailers, expanding eShop offerings for Wii U, 3DS If you like your portable gaming three-dimensional, clam-shelled and big, then Nintendo's 3DS XL fulfills those broad, uncon...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2012-07-19
When everyone already has a smartphone, what good is a portable game console? Figuring that out is one of the toughest challenges for traditional game makers right now. Nintendo's answer is the simplest and best so far: just make it nothing like a smartph...
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