Sunday, March 17, 2013

Pokémon-Themed Nintendo 3DS XL being launched March 24

We just talked about an iPad game for cats contest that has been sponsored by the Purina, maker of Friskies cat food.

Now continuing with these homely animals, we have news that Pokémonfans has announced that it will release a limited-edition Nintendo 3DS XL game system later this month, built with Pokémonfans in mind.

Pikachu is an Electric-type Pokémon and is popularly known as the mascot of the Pokémon franchise and a major representative of Nintendo's collective mascots. And I hope you do knmow that Pikachu is a short, chubby, rodent-like Pokémon with yellow fur all over its body. A female Pikachu has a v-shaped "dent" at the end of its tail. Male Pikachu do not have this dent.

The new 3DS XL will be adorned in bright yellow and feature Pikachu's happy, smiling face. All of the other regular features we've come to expect from this Nintendo system will be there, including built-in cameras for chat and picture-taking purposes, an interactive touch screen and the glasses-free 3D display.

It may be added that Pikachu system features the iconic, lighting-shooting character right on the front.

Packaged with a 4 GB SD memory card, the new system will release alongside "Mystery Dungeon" on store shelves March 24th, costing $200.

Nintendo is launching the system in conjunction with its latest game in the long-running Pokémon franchise, "Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity." This latest effort will rely on the strategic Pokémonvs. Pokémon gameplay that fans have come to rely on over the years, while introducing new characters and areas to explore, including randomly generated mystery dungeons.


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