If you're a 2D Mario fan like you'd expect most people here to be, there's NSMB2,
There's 3D Land for those who want a more unique Mario experience,
There's A Link Between Worlds, which is an essential title for any Zelda fan,
There's Fire Emblem: Awakening,
There's Bravely Default, for Square Enix fans,
There's Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, which is one of the highest-rated games on the system,
There are remakes of Star Fox and Ocarina of Time that both utilize 3D, better graphics, and gyroscope controls (though the latter is an option and isn't forced), and more recently Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D,
There's Sub Wars and various other free-to-play games,
There's Yoshi's New Island coming out (which is growing on me more with each trailer),
Mario Kart 7,
Pokemon X and Y,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf (not my thing but a lot of people LOVE it),
Monster Hunter 4 coming next year,
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team,
Paper Mario Sticker Star,
Kid Icarus Uprising,
Mario Tennis Open,
Shin Megami Tensei 4,
Kirby Triple Deluxe,
and probably some others that I've not thought of.
There's Smash Bros, obviously, but I plan to get that for Wii U. I'm not particularly sure I want to buy it twice.
xtremegamer51 wrote:Honestly,the game I mosty ever play on the 3ds anymore is animal crossing new leaf,but other then games I have to admit,it is a pretty cool hand held system.
Though I don't really like the idea of the 2ds,its pretty much just a redesign to the 3ds,and if I were to talk to nintendo I would tell them to stop wasting there time with a redesign and make something new like they did with the wii u,though theres a chance that I might not know EVERYTHING about the 2ds so if theres something unique about it compared to the 3ds please tell me,because otherwise I think nintendo is just wasting there time.
It's marketed to alternative customers, and actually it addresses real complaints that people have with the 3DS. The 3DS isn't ergonomic, and a fair amount of people didn't want to pay extra for a function that they can't or won't use.
Honestly I solved my own issue with the ergonomics by getting a powergrip with an battery pack, but some people who didn't buy the 3DS because of those issues might have been enticed by the offer of a controller that's easier on the hands and doesn't have a 3D function or multiple screens and is thus also easier on the wallet (the 2DS is a single screen that's covered, and with touch support layered over the bottom).
tl;dr I keep telling people this, but essentially, it doesn't interest you because it's not made for you
. It's made for the people who liked the 3DS library but didn't like the original 3DS.