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The Nintendo 3DS is the successor to the Nintendo DS, developed by Nintendo and released in 2011. About the same size as the DS Lite, the top screen is capable of 3D effects without the need for glasses, using a process called autostereoscopy. The console also has an external 3D camera. It is backwards compatible with DS software.
The 3DS got a larger version called Nintendo 3DS XL (Nintendo 3DS LL in Japan), released worldwide in 2012. It has screens almost double the size of the 3DS’s while keeping the same resolution, longer battery life and a slightly redesigned look, but otherwise works mostly the same. DS games can be run upscaled (default) or in the original resolution utilizing a smaller screen estate.
On August 28, 2013, Nintendo announced the 2DS, which will retain all the functionality of the 3DS except the 3D effect display and will have a single screen which can simulate a dual screen design. The 2DS plays all 3DS and DS games and was released on October 12, 2013.
Final Fantasy titles for Nintendo 3DSEdit
- Final Fantasy (Anniversary Edition, with 3D display supported; announced for release in December 2014/January 2015)
- Bravely Default
- Bravely Second: End Layer
- Theatrhythm Final Fantasy
- Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call
- Final Fantasy Explorers
- Chocobo Racing 3D (Canceled)
Virtual Console (Japan eShop only)Edit
- Final Fantasy (original Famicom version; released December 18, 2013)
- Final Fantasy II (original Famicom version; released February 12, 2014)
- Final Fantasy III (original Famicom version; released April 23, 2014)
A limited edition Nintendo 3DS XL for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call was released alongside the game in April 2014 in Japan.