The Nintendo 3DS family includes:
- Nintendo 3DS
- Nintendo 3DS XL (LL)
- Nintendo 2DS
- new Nintendo 3DS
- new Nintendo 3DS XL (LL)
A 3DS will play any regular DS game apart from those that required a slot-2 accessory such as.
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.
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.
Yes, the Nintendo 3DS can connect with the NDS lite, only if the game is compatible for both devices.
No, only a 3DS can play 3DS games.
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.
No, the Nintendo DS lite cannot play 3DS games.
Yes, the 3DS are backwards compatible.
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 Nintendo 2DS is compatible with 3DS games. However, autostereoscopic 3D will not function.
The Nintendo DS Lite is the lighter version of the original Nintendo. It was discontinued in 2011 but is still available at retail stores. The Nintendo 3DS is the newest version offering 3D effects without the use of special glasses. Its games are backward compatible with older versions.
Yes, Nintendo DS Games are backwards compatible with the Nintendo 3DS Wrong they are not
No. But, you will be able to play ds lite games ont the 3DS.
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.
Yes the 3DS and DS lite are the same size
yes but 3ds games don't work on a ds lite
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.
The 3DS does not have a slot-2, it cannot use any accessories developed for it such as the Guitar Hero addon or the DS lite rumble pack. Those are only compatible with the original DS and DS lite.
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.
No. The NDS lite cannot play 3DS games in the first place so it will not be able to link with a 3DS. However, the 3DS is backwards compatible, meaning it'll play NDS games so it can link with the DS lite if playing a NDS game.
The only consoles that can play 3DS games are the '3DS family' which at the moment is the 3DS, the 3DS XL and the 2DS. The games are not compatible with older systems such as the DSi.
Yes you can play regular ds lite games on the Nintendo 3ds, but the regular ds lite games you can't play in 3d.
actually nintendo has no plans for making a nintendo 3ds.
No why would they be able to play Playstation games when they can not even play Nintendo Wii games or Nintendo 3DS games
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)
The DS lite is almost exactly the same size as the 3DS.
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