When Nintendo released images of its new 2DS handheld gaming system this week, the world seemed to utter a collective "ew" at the sight of it. The device has a chunky, awkward design that seems to have regressed compared with the folding clamshell design of the 3DS.
The 2DS feels more like a Nintendo DS upgrade than a 3DS sequel. As its name would suggest, the 2DS also dumps the 3D and opts for two dimensions. The design choices may seem like a step back, but Nintendo is sweetening the deal considerably with a $129 price tag. That's a savings of 40 bucks over the 3DS.… Read more