Question: Whats the difference between 3DS XL and LL?

The new Nintendo 3DS LL (XL internationally) replaces the old Nintendo 3DS LL and its slightly thinner, larger, and 7 grams lighter than its predecessor. Nintendo claims that the new models have faster processors and better camera tracking to improve 3D when looking at an angle.

Which is bigger LL or XL?

that said, yes, you are correct. from what I understand, its a double-large, or XL size — they use the same LL abbreviation to denote the next size up from Large for other things as well, like clothing or food items.

Can 3DS LL play English games?

3DS units will only play games from the same region they were released in. I.E. North America, Japan, Europe. Nintendo 3DS XL/LL consoles are unfortunately locked by region, so you can only play games from that region.

What is the Nintendo DS LL?

The Nintendo DSi is a dual-screen handheld game console released by Nintendo. The console launched in Japan on November 1, 2008, and worldwide beginning in April 2009.

Whats the difference between the new and old 3DS XL?

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What is XL in size?

XL Size (Extra Large) 44 Size. 44 cm. XL Size (Extra Large) 45 Size.

How big is XL in inches?

Size ChartExtra Large (XL)Chest:Inches44-46Centimetres112-117Waist:Inches40-42Centimetres102-107

Can Japanese 3DS be set to English?

Also, you cant modify it to English. Even games for English or any other region cannot be play for Japanese. You can only play japanese version of games. So, actually you can change the region, and play region locked games on your Japanese 3ds.

Can a Japanese 3DS play US games?

The Difference Between Region Free and Region Locked This restriction applies to all versions of the Nintendo 3DS XL and its games. Japanese games do not work on a European Nintendo 3DS XL, North American games do not work on a Japanese Nintendo 3DS XL, and so on.

Does Nintendo DS have a camera?

The Nintendo DS does not have an installed camera, but the Nintendo DSi does.

Is Nintendo 3DS XL discontinued?

Nintendo 3DS XL. Production has now ceased on all 3DS hardware models, including the New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 2DS XL. We can confirm that the manufacturing of the Nintendo 3DS family of systems has ended, a Nintendo spokesperson told our sister site

Is the new 3DS XL worth the upgrade?

The New 3DS is ultimately the best version of the handheld, but its improvements are incremental over the XL model. If you already have an XL, and can live without improved 3D, you can probably safely pass on this revision.

Does the new 3DS XL have better graphics?

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Can you change the language on 3DS?

From the System Settings menu, tap on the Other Settings menu (yellow wrench) icon. Scroll right to page 4 or tap on 4 at the top of the touch screen. Tap the first option (Language). Tap the desired language, then tap on OK at the bottom of the touch screen.

Is the 3DS XL region locked?

Yes, the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 2DS, New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL, and New Nintendo 2DS XL systems are region locked. Region locking enables Nintendo to include parental controls and more efficiently deliver region-specific system and menu updates to users.

Can you hack 3DS LL?

Hacking your 3DS or 2DS system can cause permanent damage to your 3DS or 2DS system if its not done right. Pay attention to the firmware version of your Nintendo 3DS or 2DS system and do not continue unless you have the right firmware version.

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