Looking forward to receiving the Nintendo 3DS in your next logical console upgrade path? Well, you will be pleased as punch to know that GameStop has just opened up pre-orders for the device, and do it in the store itself – that means you can’t do so online. Depending on the store you’re at, the people behind the counter are asking for either $25 or $50 deposits, and a search for “3DS” on GameStop.com will redirect you to a page where you are able to sign up for updates about the system. We suppose the final pricing details as well as launch colors and available software will be released to the frothing masses at Nintendo’s January 19 event in New York City.
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