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Nintendo knows its fans, which means of course it is planning a pair of Pokémon X and Y-themed 3DS XL consoles.
The publisher announced today that it will release the two devices on Sept. 27 for $200. That’s about two weeks prior to the release of Pokémon X and Y, which goes on sale Oct. 12.
One of the new systems is blue and the other is red. Both feature artwork for Legendary Pokémons Xerneas and Yveltal. Since these are coming out before the newest Pokémon games, the 3DS XLs do not come with the game.
This is obviously the more expensive route for gamers and families who want to get in on the latest Pokémon but haven’t purchased a 3DS yet. Nintendo also introduced the cheaper 2DS system earlier this month for younger kids. That console will debut alongside Pokémon X and Y for $130 on Oct. 12.
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