Nintendo 3DS prices in Philippines

Looking to lounge around in a comfy sofa or bed while you entertain yourself with great video games? Enter the Nintendo 3DS, the answer to your boredom in a handheld gaming device that flips open and offers you 3D viewing capabilities. Read more below!

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Nintendo 3DS Specs

Nintendo 3DS Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateFeb 2011
Display diagonal8.97 cm (3.53")
Display resolution800 x 240 pixels
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Second display diagonal7.67 cm (3.02")
Second display resolution320 x 240 pixels
Weight & dimensions
Weight226.8 g
Width134.6 mm
Depth20.3 mm
Height73.7 mm
Battery life (max)8 h
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
AC input frequency50/60
Wi-Fi standards802.11b,802.11g
Security algorithmsWPA,WPA2
Card reader integrated
Compatible memory cardsSD
Colour of productBlack
PlatformNintendo 3DS
Built-in camera
Main camera resolution640 x 480 pixels
Second camera
Built-in speaker(s)
Number of built-in speakers2

Nintendo 3DS in Philippines

Play your video games everywhere with the Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming console. The Nintendo 3DS is Nintendo's latest handheld gaming console that takes after the good ol' GameBoy of the past. It comes in many different colors with interchangeable cases and its two displays are prominently displayed in the flip-open clamshell design.

Immersive 3D

The Nintendo 3DS features 3D capabilities (hence its name) that is adjustable in the top screen of its clamshell design. A little slider on the right side of the 3DS allows users to adjust the 3D effect of the screen, allowing for a whole new level of immersive gameplay. The front camera of the 3DS tracks the face of the user so that the 3D effect is constantly active, providing further immersion into the game.

Intuitive and Unique Controls

The 3DS controls through a blend of hardware buttons and touch-screen capabilities. Users can control their games through the use of a circle pad for precise 360 control, and a C-stick on the right side for more subtle movements. The traditional shoulder buttons and face buttons are also present for the standard game controls.

What sets the 3DS apart from other handhelds is the inclusion of a stylus that can be slid out from the bottom of the device. The stylus is mainly used to control the touch screen on the bottom half of the 3DS, allowing more precise navigation and also better controls in other applications.

Reverse Compatibility

Long time fans of Nintendo and its handheld consoles and games typically have a large collection of games from the past. They'll be immensely happy to know that the Nintendo 3DS has the capability to play older Nintendo console games. If you've got a bunch of older games from older and other Nintendo consoles, you can continue to enjoy them on the Nintendo 3DS.

Nintendo 3DS Philippines - More Than Just For Gaming

The Nintendo 3DS may be a handheld console that's primarily built for gaming, but it certainly has more features than those meant for gaming. The 3DS has a web store that allows you to purchase not just games, but also download video applications for free. Popular video streaming entertainment such as Netflix and YouTube can be downloaded to enjoy your favourite shows.

The Nintendo 3DS also has a web browser that you can utilize to read up on news or anything like that. You can also use it to check up on game walkthroughs and tips – all that without leaving your game console.

Nintendo 3DS Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2013-06-12
I can't explain why, but I am convinced that small, portable 3-D screens that don't require glasses are finally going to bring 3-D films (and, more significantly, home video and photography) into the mainstream. I would go so far as predicting that the iP...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-09
3D gaming experience is surprisingly good, - Sound build quality, - Ability to turn 3D off, - Large games selection, - Can play DSi & DSLite games, - Can create your own and keep others Miis, - Nintendo eShop, - Parental controlsGames are expensive, - Picture quality is poor, - Advised not to use 3D more than an hour, - Advised not to let anyone under 7 use device in 3D mode, - Have to get just the right distance & angle for 3D to look correct
Julie asked the Gadgeteer Kid and me if we would like to do a joint review of the Nintendo 3DS portable gaming system. As many of you may know, the 3DS is Nintendo‘s latest and greatest handheld gaming device. Not being a video game player at all, I a...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-12
From a hardware point of view, the 3DS hasn't changed much since I looked at it earlier in the year. The software and price, on the other hard, have changed quite...
Reviewed on 2011-09-06
Glasses-free 3D here today, Backward-compatible to DS/DSi games and DSiWare, Bonus: Built-in 3D camera for sweet stills and moreExpect some eye fatigue over long stretches, Limited titles at launch
The makers of Wii and Game Boy have done it again with the 3DS. Its sweet, innovative technology is now a relative bargain, too: Aren't you glad you waited? ...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-17
The much-hyped Nintendo 3DS will launch on March 27, costing $249 in the US - in Europe, Nintendo says neatly, it's anyone's guess, as retailers will set the price.The form factor's much like the DSi. At the massive but rather chaotic European launch...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-01
3D screen doesn't require glasses, Bright, clear color, Online game downloads, Two cameras (one in 3D), Compatible with previous Nintendo DS games,3D requires viewing from a particular angle, Not compatible with GameBoy Advance titles, Shorter battery life than predecessors, Not many games take advantage of 3D yet, Cameras are low resolution
The Nintendo 3DS has received acclaim from top review sites for its glasses-free 3D display. It's a clamshell-style device, similar in design to the Nintendo DSi, with the 3D screen on the top and a touch screen on the bottom. It has two cameras (one i...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-30
Cool 3D effects, Plays normal DSi gamesNo overly compelling games are available, Expensive
Today I am going to briefly check out the Nintendo 3DS. The 3DS has been around for a while now, but it's not selling in big numbers yet. This is mostly due to the lack of interesting games I think. Read on to find out what I thought about the Ninten...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-17
3D works surprisingly well. Bright, beautiful screen. Analog thumb pad is comfortable. Compatible with DS game titles.3D can be hit or miss; requires watching the screen at just the right angle. Mediocre battery life.
Nintendo has a long history as the reigning king of portable gaming. First there was the wildly popular Game Boy brand, including Game Boy Pocket, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance. Game Boy was eventually replaced by the Nintendo DS, which has been...
Reviewed on 2011-06-09
Although we've previewed the Nintendo 3DS just before it's official launch (31/03/2011) in Australia, we decided to hold back on a full review of the console in order to give the unit a thorough testing and more than 10 games later, we're finally read...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-01
First unveiled at E3 2010, the Nintendo 3Ds is a handheld gaming console that enables you to enjoy stereoscopic 3D graphics without the need for either active-shutter glasses or anaglyph 3D glasses. When we received a review unit last month, we wasted no ...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-21
3D works well, comes with dock and included games, 3D is optional, has potentialOne analogue stick, 3Dinduced headaches, no unique games yet, low quality cameras, battery life poor, expensive at $400
The Nintendo 3DS in Aqua Blue (Image: Chris Southcott/ 6 years after the Nintendo DS launched, Nintendo has come back with more portable goodness. But are the improvements, including the new 3D functionality, in the Nintendo 3DS enou...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-08
Fun, adjustable 3D effect, Much improved graphics that expand gameplay types, A few good launch titles, Good hardware controls, Easy interface beyond games, StreetPass and SpotPass good for getting outside,Short battery life, Much costlier than an iPod touch, Not as flexible as the iPod or other multirole handhelds, No browser or online game store on launch.
Nintendo was once the unquestioned leader in mobile gaming and virtually cemented its position with the DS for more than half a decade. Then the iPod touch happened: Nintendo was faced with a rival that updates its hardware frequently and designs for t...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-04
Fun; Glasses-free 3D works; Superb controls; Mini-games included; Well-builtPoor battery life; Proprietary charge; Region-locked games
Despite doubts about the health and safety aspects of Nintendo's new console, the 3DS enjoyed record sales in its first days of availability in Australia. But is this new portable really the next big thing we've been waiting for?The question that's bou...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-02
Positively crammed with features and the 3D effect is very impressive,Battery life is on the short side.
3D films were first around in the 'roaring twenties' - although they only really rose to prominence in the 1950s, with the likes of . Then stereoscopic movies fell out of favour, before making a comeback in the 1980s, when put everyone off the idea ...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-28
In June of last year at the E3 Expo in Tokyo, Nintendo announced the new branch of its DS handheld game consoles, the 3DS. It was one of the biggest stories at E3 last year. After what has seemed like a very long wait, it’s finally here. But is it any ...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-19
3D; augmented reality games and StreetPass are fun and new; built-in games are pretty fun.Needs more 3DS games; battery life comparable to a mayfly's; regionlocked games may be a ­downer to some.
HANDS ON 3D: The 3DS is Nintendo's successor to its wildly popular handheld consoles and it actually lets you see 3D images without 3D glasses. Nintendo's amazing little machine is called the 3DS, and true to its name it lets you enjoy games in 3D. B...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-19
Widescreen display, better graphics capabilities, analog control, improved WiFi, built-in social apps and capabilities, recharging dock included.Pricey, less comfortable to hold, awkward support for DS games, short battery life.
Nintendo knows better than to base an entire gaming system around a gimmick, even if that would seem to be the case with the Nintendo 3DS.Indeed, for the first week or so that I had my new system, I was all about the gimmick. I was showing it off to pe...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-13
How do you create a successor to the DS, a video game handheld that seemingly “prints money?” Well, if you’re Nintendo, who’s sold 146.8 million Nintendo DS handhelds over a little more than six years, you launch the Nintendo 3DS – the world’s first g...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-09
The Nintendo 3DS' appearance greatly resembles the Nintendo DS Lite, in terms of design and layout, but there are several key hardware features that help it stand out.At the back, there are two outer cameras to help take 3D photos and one inner camera. Do...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-09
3D effects look great, Outstanding extras and preloaded software, Wellrounded experience provides fun even when not playing games,Poor battery life, Weak launch line up, Steep price point
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User Comments

You can play a lot of nintendo games and it's really fun revisiting your childhood with it but it does have issues. Its glossy finish easily gets sweaty and the analog stick is at an awkward position.
I would still buy this even though its a little bit outdated
Tons of features that not a lot of consoles have. love the games with it!
There are new versions of this handheld but I still cling to this one for nostalgia's sake.
I have been looking for this unit since I broke mine and it's hard to find one that works well. I decided to order it online and it works amazing! I can't help but recall all the times I played this many years ago.
Being a fan of nintendo since childhood, I could say that this handheld system is a classic. Even though it's a few years old, you can still enjoy its nostalgic and immersive games.
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