Here's how to turn your 3DS into a Pokedex - destructoid

Here's how to turn your 3DS into a Pokedex

4:00 AM on 02.02.2013

Brett Zeidler

Contributor and Engineer

All you need is $15 and master sticker placing skills


Who out there is unlike me and doesn't still have their original Pokedex from back in the day? Well, if you have a 3DS and/or 3DS XL you can turn that boring device into a freaking Pokedex!

Etsy shop GameThemedThings has a decal set available for $15 that does just that. And, as you can see, it looks cool as hell. With this and the Pokedex 3D Pro, what more could you possibly ever need for your travels?

I'm just appalled that Nintendo themselves haven't done this. Especially considering the red 3DS XL, it's just too perfect. Be honest, you would totally buy an official Pokedex-themed 3DS, right? Just think of all the money this thing would potentially print, Nintendo. I mean, no one wants that Fire Emblem 3DS. Okay, maybe someone does, but come on. Everyone really wants a Pokemon 3DS instead.

Pokedex decal kit for red 3DS & 3DS XL [Etsy, via GoNintendo]




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