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NGP Vs. 3DS: NWB’S Take – Negatives and positives of the game

Hey ladies and gentlemen! I am NintendoWiiBoy. Before I start this article, I want you to know that I will not be using any bias. I am going to be completely fair. I am going to talk about the 3DS and NGP and I will give you some positives followed by some negatives. After I give you these positives and negatives, I will then give my personal opinion and allow you to make some judgments of your own. Please feel free to comment and tell me which you’ll be getting and why.

Both the 3DS and NGP have some very convincing positives. For instance, NGP is the first gaming handheld console with 3G built in! This could be the beginning of 3G inside video game consoles! NGP also happens to have a touch-screen, dual analog sticks, Bluetooth, built-in GPS, and a list of other features such as PS3 graphics on a little portable. On the other hand, the 3DS has the most revolutionary feature yet, glasses-less 3D screen! A 3D screen is on the front of a handheld gaming system! I can’t believe they did that. The 3DS also happens to have dual screens (as seen with previous versions), 3D cameras, some amazing games behind them also (such as Mario and Super Smash Brothers), a list of Virtual Console games, and a list of new games that are coming in 3D! The 3DS also is the only one of the two with a current price-point.

Now we come to the negatives , the price of the 3DS happens to be more expensive than Nintendo’s current home console (the Wii) and is set at a price of $250! I know people say this is well worth the price, but an equal number of people say it’s too expensive. The price-point isn’t the only negative to the 3DS. The 3DS also happens to have the annoying “friend codes,” Wii type graphics (which may or may not be bad), and no 3G. At the same point, the 3G on NGP may charge a monthly fee on NGP(let’s hope this is an option and not mandatory). NGP also happens to have NO price-point (other than under $600), which means that it may cost as much as $400-500. I am not willing to spend that much money on a handheld. NGP also hasn’t announced many games for it or a release date (other than winter).

That being said, I am not going to be waiting in line for NGP (who didn’t see that coming?) but I will be waiting in line for the cool 3DS. I am not going to say that I won’t get NGP, but without more details about the 3DS, I am not sure as of this moment. For now, I am sticking with the 3DS. If you trade-in a DSi XL, you’ll get $100 towards the 3DS, the DSi will get you $75, and a DS Lite will get you about $50 towards the upcoming 3DS. While playing the games, there should be complete safety of the players. The 안전놀이 is the safety website for the players engaged in online gaming websites.

Finally, I am not saying that you need to purchase the 3DS! I am simply giving some positives and negatives to both of these handhelds, along with my personal opinion. The positives and negatives of these handhelds are just some of the many that there are for these handhelds. I highly recommend looking further into these two consoles before choosing which you’re going to get.

Sally
Sally
Sally is a professional copywriter with an experience of 15+ years. She wishes to share her keen knowledge of the online gaming world. Besides that, she loves watching sci-fi movies and is a tech enthusiast.