Sunday, August 16, 2015

Majora's Mask 3D Bag

With the New Nintendo 3DS XL at hand, I was thinking about doing a System Transfer and turning it into my main system. I wasn't convinced to do so at first, mainly because of two reasons: one was the sharper and brighter screen of the original Nintendo 3DS and the other one was the transportability. However, after replaying A Link Between Worlds on the New 3DS XL I got used to the larger screens to a point, where I didn't want to go back to the small original.

The other problem that remained was the transportability though. I don't mind the size, but I do want to have a nice carrying back to protect the system. But the problem with most 3DS sleeve cases, bags and cases is that they are way too tight. Even the protection case for the original Nintendo 3DS, which I have been using, had one of these rubber bands and it always felt like I would be damaging the system, because it put too much pressure on it.

Now, the solution to the carrying bag problem was this baby:

It's quite large, but it fits all Nintendo DS and 3DS systems very comfortably including a Nintendo 2DS or my New Nintendo 3DS XL. It simply uses a big net, which safely holds the system without any pressure. There's holding space to put some 3DS cartridges in there and it visually fits the Majora's Mask Edition of the New Nintendo 3DS XL very well.

So, I did a System Transfer by now and I've been using the New Nintendo 3DS XL as my main system for three weeks now without any regrets, I even took it to the ZeldaEurope fan meeting, which lasted an entire week. I'm happy that I upgraded, so after all the excessive purchase of the new system was worth it. And my classic Nintendo 3DS served me well for 3.5 years and I will still be using it for fake StreetPassing myself and probably playing TriForce Heroes.

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