Amazon’s Lime-Green 3DS Out Now, Comes With Super Mario World

Retailer Amazon’s exclusive lime-green New Nintendo 3DS XL has arrived.

As announced previously, the $200 bundle comes with a pre-installed copy of SNES game Super Mario World. The Virtual Console game normally sells for $8 on its own (via Polygon). Click through the images in the gallery below to get a look at the new system. Go to Amazon to order one for yourself.

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In other news about Nintendo hardware, the company finally announced its new console, the Nintendo Switch, earlier this week. As reports had suggested, the system is a console/mobile hybrid that you can play at home or on the go. Pricing has not been announced, and might not be until 2017.

The Nintendo Switch comes out in March 2017. After Nintendo announced the console, its stock price dropped significantly and some analysts said they doubt the console’s ability to reach a wide audience.

For lots more on the Nintendo Switch, check out GameSpot’s recent coverage in the links below.


  • Nintendo Switch: Reveal Trailer and All the New Details
  • New Mario Game Teased for Nintendo Switch
  • Nintendo Switch Development Partners Include Skyrim, Resident Evil, Dark Souls Devs, and More
  • Xbox Boss Reacts to Nintendo Switch Announcement
  • Nintendo Switch’s Amiibo Support Confirmed
  • Skyrim Not Confirmed for Nintendo Switch, Despite Appearing in Video Reveal
  • Nintendo Switch Could “Redefine” Gaming, Ubisoft Says
  • The Nintendo Switch Dock Is “Not the Main Console”
  • Nintendo Switch Price, Hardware Specs May Not be Revealed This Year
  • Nintendo Stock Value Drops 6.5 Percent After Switch Reveal, Some Analysts Doubt Its Appeal
  • Nintendo Switch Trailer Becomes Most Popular Video on NoA’s YouTube Account
  • Nintendo Switch Is Not Backwards Compatible With Physical 3DS or Wii U Games


  • Nintendo New Switch Console: Our Biggest Unanswered Questions
  • How Accurate Were the Rumors About Nintendo Switch
  • How Much Should Nintendo Switch Cost? — GameSpot Q&A
  • Analyzing the Nintendo Switch’s Tegra Processor