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Jealous: Japan is getting three new 3DS XL bundles

11:00 AM on 10.03.2012

Jordan Devore

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As announced by Nintendo president Satoru Iwata during a Nintendo Direct presentation, Japan is scheduled to receive three new 3DS XL bundles this year, two of which sport custom designs. Interestingly, these packages include their individual game pre-installed on an SD card.

Monster Hunter 3G will arrive on November 1 bundled with a black 3DS XL for 18,900 yen; Animal Crossing: Jump Out is getting its own model the following week for 22,800 yen (shown above); and lastly, the custom New Super Mario Bros 2. 3DS XL bundle, also 22,800 yen, is going to launch on November 15.

I doubt it would come to the United States, but I really do love the look of that Animal Crossing one. Perhaps we'll get the red Mario 3DS instead -- it's not bad, either!

'Monster Hunter 3 G,' 'Animal Crossing,' and 'New Super Mario Bros. 2' get special Nintendo 3DS XL bundles in Japan [Polygon]


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