There's no doubt that the launch of the Nintendo 3DS is one of the biggest gaming events of the year. Of course, accessory makers like Power A are jumping on it right out of the gate, flooding the market with add-ons to "amplify your experience," as the company says.
Power A sent over a a batch of its launch accessories -- officially licensed by Nintendo -- for me to get a look at, and with my North American 3DS in hand, I decided to check 'em out.
"Clean and Protect Kit" - MSRP of $9.99
Despite it's $30 price tag (and the fact that the earbuds didn't work), I really like what they're' offering with the "Explorer Starter Kit." If you just some extra styluses, check the "Clean and Protect" kit, and get a few extras while you're at at it. I wasn't a huge fan of the screen protectors, but maybe you're not as picky as I am with how it'll look covering your screen.
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