Nintendo 2DS XL

That’s not a typo: the Nintendo 2DS XL drops the whole 3D bit from the 3DS, perhaps because a third dimension didn’t really bring much to the gaming experience. It scraps the 2DS’ original “wedge” doorstop shape for a more palatable clamshell design that folds down way smaller while still offering more functionality, including 82% larger screens, a C Stick, ZL and ZR buttons besides the traditional shoulder bumpers, and full compatibility with the 3DS XL’s games. Of course if you’ve already got a Switch perhaps it’ll be a bit redundant, though it is quite a bit smaller and plays a whole different set of games all while lasting a touch longer on battery.

Learn more at Nintendo – $150