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Nintendo confirms Black 3DS XL American launch on August 11

Nintendo says the Black 3DS XL will arrive for retail sales on August 11, just in time to play the new Mario & Luigi: Dream Team game (OTCMKTS:NTDOY, TYO:7974, FRA:NTO)

| Gaming Consoles News | Posted: Jul 30, 2013 7:05 pm

Last week, speculation arose that Nintendo would launch the black edition of its 3DS XL handheld console over this past weekend. The weekend came and went with no black 3DS XL showing up online or in retail stores, and we are sure this was a big letdown for some. Those who were bummed out about the no show will be excited to learn that Nintendo has officially released a launch date for the device.

 

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Sunday, August 11, will be the magical day when we finally see the black 3DS XL arrive in stores and online for retail sales. Coincidentally, that is the same day that the new Mario & Luigi: Dream Team game arrives. No pricing info was released on the 3DS XL Black Edition, but with other colors retailing for around $200, we expect it to be priced in the same range.

 

In a statement, Nintendo said:

 

The system is launching on the same day as Nintendo 3DS game Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, so fans that pick up a new black system or already own a Nintendo 3DS can also play the exciting new entry in the much-loved Mario & Luigi role-playing series. Aug. 11 will be a classy day to become a new Nintendo 3DS owner. Just make sure there is room in your tuxedo pocket or fancy purse!

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Nintendolife.com

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