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Nintendo 2DS - Brilliant Idea

 

 

Cordova, TN; September 20, in the year of our Lord 2013--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is taking a hard line stance on the Nintendo 2DS. Do you think you know what Family Friendly Gaming Nation has to say about this upcoming portable device? Are you one of those gamers who has been mocking this little device? Are you able to think outside the box and see the positives of the 2DS? Are you ready to learn something interesting, fresh, and fun? Is your mind open to a perspective that may be diverse from your own? Are you ready to celebrate that diversity?

Over and over again I hear the same thing. Do you know what I hear? I hear: “I am worried the Nintendo 3DS will mess up the eyesight of my child.” These parents know of the dangers of the Nintendo 3DS. They know it can cause life time damage to their children. Since they are mature, they are protective of their children. They keep bad stuff out of their lives. Many of these parents are not technologically savvy to know how to set up a pass code on the Nintendo 3DS to lock out the 3D feature. They also realize their kids are intelligent, and might crack the code. Why take the risk? Think about it, would you want to be blind the rest of your life for one bad decision?

There are also gamers who appreciate the 3D effects, but do not use them very often. Especially when they are such a drain on the battery. The 3D on the Nintendo 3DS is nice, but not a needed feature. So it is nice that Nintendo is providing gamers the options of playing the games without the 3D. Plus the Nintendo 2DS is forty dollars cheaper. That can be a game or two. Frugal and fiscal gamers will be jumping all over that deal. October 12, 2013 is when families can get their hands on the Nintendo 2DS. Family Friendly Gaming finds this hand held device to be brilliant.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

 

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