No, only a 3DS can play 3DS games.
Yes, the 3DS are backwards compatible.
Yes, Nintendo DS Games are backwards compatible with the Nintendo 3DS Wrong they are not
The Nintendo DS is fully backward compatible with Nintendo DS games; however, the Nintendo 3DS does not have Slot 2, as seen on the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite, so those features will not be supported. Additionally, DSiWare games will be available to download on the Nintendo 3DS after the software update in May 2011.
The Nintendo 3DS will be able to play Nintendo DS and DSi games but games published for the Nintendo 3DS will not be compatible with those systems.
The Nintendo 3DS is backwards compatible with Nintendo DS titles, so all DS Pokemon games and subsequent 3DS Pokemon games will work on the 3DS.
Yes, all Nintendo 3DS variants can play Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi games.The Nintendo 3DS family includes:- Nintendo 3DS- Nintendo 3DS XL (LL)- Nintendo 2DS- new Nintendo 3DS- new Nintendo 3DS XL (LL)
No the 3DS game cards are shaped slightly different then the Nintendo Ds. Of course if you could put the 3DS game cards in the Ds lite it would still not work because the features and intense graphics the nintendo 3DS requires for games can't be used on the Ds lite. Don't buy 3DS games for the Ds lite as it just won't work. You can consider buying a 3DS however as the 3DS is backwards compatible with all DS games.
No, you do not, but the option will be available. The Nintendo 3DS is backwards compatible and can play Nintendo DS games. Also, preinstalled software as well as paid applications can be played on the Nintendo 3DS.
Yes, the 3DS will be backwards compatible with the DS, but the standard DS games will not be in 3D.
Yes, the Nintendo 3DS family can play Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi games. However, some games that require the GBA slot (Guitar Hero) will not work for the Nintendo 3DS.The Nintendo 3DS family includes:- Nintendo 3DS- Nintendo 3DS XL (LL)- Nintendo 2DS- New Nintendo 3DS- New Nintendo 3DS XL (LL)
3DS games cannot be played on a DS lite. You need a console from the 3DS family - 3DS, 3DS XL, 2DS, New 3DS, New 3DS XL.
Yes. The 3DS, 3DS XL and 2DS are backwards compatible and can play DS and DSi games. Unless they require the GBA slot, the 3DS is not compatible with Slot 2 attachments for the DS so games such as Guitar Hero will not work. The DS and DSi game will not be in 3D even if the 3D is turned on.
Yes, the Nintendo 3DS (as well as the 3DS XL and 2dS) has its own 3DS games that will not work for the Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Lite, Nintendo DSi, and Nintendo DSi XL.
Yes, the 2DS can play Nintendo 3DS and DS games
Yes, it can. But DS cannot do 3ds download but 3ds can do DS download.
No, only a 3DS can play 3DS games.
No it's a Nintendo and you play Nintendo 3DS or DS games on it
Yes because the Nintendo 3DS is backwards compatible with DS games. You can't have the 3D effect, though.
DS games can be played on the 3DS but 3DS games can't be played on the DS.
Yes, the Nintendo 2DS is a cheaper version of the 3DS and can play both 3DS and DS/DSi games.
Yes. The Nintendo 3DS is backwards compatible with most, if not all, Nintendo DS titles
Pokémon Conquest is a Nintendo DS game but can be played on a 3DS since it's backwards compatible with DS games. You can't have the 3D effect, though.
Yes, the Nintendo 3ds has is on cards, but how ever the Nintendo 3ds is able to play normal DS games
Yes, the Nintendo 3DS has its own selection of 3DS games that cannot be played on the DS or DSi
Yes, the 3DS can play regular DS games.