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You did it as soon as the new 3ds was revealed. I am talking about after a few months where they would discontinue it and end production to support newer models.

It wasn't long that they need the original 3ds when the new models were out.

If you're saying that Nintendo should not give an exchange for the revised one, then fine. But tell me, why can't they offer us the revised one with a fee? That way, when you want a better battery life, they can simply replace the old chipset with the new one. Problem solved.

Why should I buy it when Nintendo can add the better performance in their service?


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