[ES]: El mismo día que Nintendo lance el juego Mario Tennis Open, el 3DS estará disponible en un nuevo color: Midnight Purple. Este se convertirá en el quinto color del modelo actual del dispositivo portátil de Nintendo. Previamente este modelo de color morado había sido uno de los presentados en la exposición anual  E3 2011, pero pronto llegará a las manos de más videojugadores. Si aún no tienen el Nintendo 3DS, podrán contar con una opción más al comprarlo. Me encanta el 3DS con este nuevo color eso sí.
[EN]: The same day Nintendo launches the game Mario Tennis Open, the 3DS will be avilable in a brand-new color: Midnight Purple. This one will become the fifth color of the current model of Nintendo’s portable device. Previously, this purple model had been shown at E3 2011, but will soon arrive to the hands of new gamers. If you still don’t have a Nintendo 3DS yet, you’ll have one more choice when buying one. I do love this new 3DS color.
[Press Release | Comunicado de prensa (en inglés)]
Nintendo 3DS Gets a Royal New Color on May 20: Midnight Purple

REDMOND, Wash., April 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Just as lilacs and hyacinth bloom throughout the spring, so too a new color is blooming for the Nintendo 3DS system. Midnight Purple gives the hand-held a royal new look. The new color will launch May 20, the same day Mario Tennis Open becomes available.

The Midnight Purple Nintendo 3DS, offered at a suggested retail price of $169.99 in the United States, becomes the fifth color in the always-stylish Nintendo 3DS color palette, joining Cosmo Black, Aqua Blue, Flame Red and Pearl Pink. Now fans have another option to customize the look of their systems to suit their individual styles and personalities.

Nintendo 3DS lets users enjoy games and videos in 3D without the use of special glasses. Mario Tennis Open adds to the strong library of Nintendo 3DS games, which also includes Super Mario 3D LandKid Icarus: Uprising and Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir. Fans also can check out 3D videos on Nintendo Video and access new and classic downloadable games in the Nintendo eShop.

Remember that Nintendo 3DS features parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information this and other features, visit http://www.nintendo.com/3ds.

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