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Via Engadget
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"This is an entry-level handheld gaming system," Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime says.

The system will play all DS and 3DS games and will be $129.99. It is releasing in October to coincide with the release of Pokémon X & Y. Its two screens are the size of the original 3DS, so if you want bigger screens, the 3DS XL is still the way to go. It comes with all the same functionality of the 3DS, but without the top screen rendering in 3D.

Also, buh-bye clamshell.

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The host of Pokémon Smash! played the X&Y copy Masuda lent them. They covered some early areas and they chose Froakie as a starter.

1. Fletchling was found, battled with Froakie and caught in the first route.

2. Fishing returns! The hosts fished up an Octillery, battled it with a Honedge (Honedge used what seemed to be Aerial Ace and Shadow Sneak) and caught it too!

3. Surfing (HM?) returns and items hidden as Pokéball on the ground also returns.

4. Inkay was found on tall grass in a small island and was caught with a Great Ball.

By Unknown
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This kid really knows his ponies and loves to dance to Odyssey's pony remixes!. So much cute!

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Another documentary about bronies, but this one is a little bit different.

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From the video description:

Play to CureTM: Genes in Space is a new pioneering mobile phone game from Cancer Research UK, which lets players unravel real cancer data through a space game.

What would have taken scientists hours to analyse, can now be done faster with your help and the collective force of thousands of players. Watch this to find out more about the game and see real game play. Download at the Apple App Store or Google Play.