Nintendo 2DS

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Eksperci oceniają ten produkt na 74/100 a użytkownicy na 93/100. Przeanalizowaliśmy te oceny, wiek produktu i inne czynniki. W porównaniu do innych produktów z kategorii Konsole do gier, Nintendo 2DS uzyskał ogólny alaScore™ 94/100 = jakość Celująca.

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Opinie eksperta : Michael Sawh (trustedreviews.com)

Nintendo 2DS

 

Nintendo's wedge is a smart move ahead of Christmas

Comfortable shoulder buttons ; 3D dropped ; Bigger catalogue of games

Ugly design ; Cheap, plasticky feel ; Mono speaker

The Nintendo 2DS is is no danger of winning any design awards, but it's the cheapest way yet to get a Pokemon or Zelda fix.

12-2013

Opinie eksperta : Jeff Bakalar (cnet.com)

The no-frills 2DS is great for kids and cheaper than ever

 

The 2DS is a great "starter console" for young gamers. And -- in the US, at least -- it's more affordable than ever.

The Nintendo 2DS is the most affordable portable system for a younger gamer or for those not interested in 3D visuals. It packs in a 4GB SD card and gives players access to the 3DS' impressive library of cartridge-based and downloadable games. Best of...

The 2DS feels cheap and has only one speaker, which sounds a little lacking. Though it's designed for children, there are a few vulnerable spots on the 2DS, and it might not survive a bad fall. By today's standards, its screens feel too small.

With a new low price, the 2DS offers a huge array of compelling games and makes for a great entry-level system for uninitiated first-time gamers.

05-2016

Opinie eksperta : Will Greenwald (pcmag.com)

Nintendo 2DS

 

Nintendo's $130 2DS might not be your ideal do-it-all gaming handheld, but if you have a young kid or a tight budget, it's your best choice.

Inexpensive. Can do everything the 3DS does, except display 3D images. Hinge-free design is more friendly for small hands

A bit clunky compared with either version of the 3DS or the Sony PlayStation Vita

The Nintendo 3DS is an excellent handheld gaming system, but the 3D feature isn't integral. The third dimension can look very convincing, but you need to keep your head and the 3DS very still when using it, and many gamers turn off the 3D after playing...

10-2013

Opinie eksperta : Andrew Webster (theverge.com)

Nintendo 2DS review

 

It's been a long time since I felt self-conscious gaming in public. Ever since Nintendo launched the clamshell GameBoy Advance SP in sleek, shiny silver, portable gaming hardware has felt like...

Surprisingly comfortable ; Lack of hinges make it a bit more solid ; Huge library of 3DS and DS games

Ugly design ; Plastic body is prone to scratches ; Exposed screens

10-2013

Opinie eksperta (t3.com)

Nintendo 2DS review

 

The Nintendo 2DS is an affordable gateway into the superb DS catalogue

Cheap price ; Amazing games ; Durable design

Needs a case ; Least elegant DS platform ; No 3D

Opinie eksperta : Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Nintendo 2DS review

 

Nintendo is making moves to remain relevant in the shifting landscape of handheld gaming. That is, to some degree, what the Nintendo 2DS handheld console is all about. The Nintendo 2DS is a stroke of genius as much as it is a stroke of necessity. A 3DS...

Affordable, works with all 3DS and DS games, who used 3D playback anyway?, there are some great Nintendo games out there, perfect for Pokemon, ships with power adaptor, not uncomfortable in use (despite looks)

Won't fit in pocket, non-folding design, might not suit young kids' small hands, not exactly ergonomic brilliance, least attractive DS out there, no auto power saving mode, battery life should really be better

The Nintendo 2DS is a stroke of genius as much as it is a stroke of necessity. A 3DS minus the feature that anyone barely uses - great. A handheld that'll make buying Pokemon X & Y accessible to a wider audience - very shrewd. A more budget entry in a...

10-2013

Opinie eksperta (stuff.tv)

Nintendo 2DS review

 

Nintendo's 2DS is a curious, non-3D addition to the 3DS family, and we can't say we're very impressed

Great library of games and StreetPass software ; The most ergonomic 3DS yet ; Slightly improved battery life

Feels cheap, plasticky and toy-like ; Poor online and multiplayer features ; Mono speaker and no second stick

The 2DS is a rather odd console that’s only really suitable for a very young audience - play the system’s fantastic games on a 3DS XL instead

10-2013

Opinie eksperta : Hugh Langley (techradar.com)

Nintendo 2DS review

 

Won't somebody please think of the children?

Affordable and durable ; Perfect for kids ; Plays all 3DS games

Mono speaker ; 3D camera feels pointless ; Still not sold on the wedge

10-2018

Opinie eksperta : Daniel Perez (ubergizmo.com)

Hands-on: Nintendo 2DS Review

 

Nintendo unveiled its Nintendo 2DS in late August as a version of its popular 3DS video game handheld that would be targeted towards “very young kids.” When Nintendo originally made their announcement, many gamers didn’t believe it to...

The Nintendo 2DS certainly turned a lot of heads in the gaming world as it was a handheld many people probably didn’t expect to come from Nintendo. But regardless if you are like its existence or not, the Nintendo 2DS will start being available for...

10-2013

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Opinie eksperta : Vaughn Highfield (expertreviews.co.uk)

Nintendo 2DS review: Nintendo's wedge-shaped handheld still has it

 

Its looks and loss of 3D may be divisive, but the Nintendo 2DS console is great for kids

Ultimately, if you're looking for a cheap console with a great library of games to entertain your kids, then the 2DS is still a great buy. However, if you're older, have the cash and are keen to play all the latest first-party Nintendo titles, then...

09-2017