Mario and Luigi 3DS XL bundle out now for $200

Nintendo's newest 3DS XL bundle comes with a pre-installed copy of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team and an image of Mario and Luigi on the handheld itself, all for $200.

This confirms earlier reports of a Mario & Luigi: Dream Team 3DS XL bundle, outed in a Target circular last week. Dream Team has sold more than 1 million copies, and we found it to be "a satisfying detour for a franchise that is risking too much predictability in its main guise." Check out places to buy the new bundle here.
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NEW NINTENDO 3DS XL BUNDLE IS A DREAM COME TRUE FOR MARIO & LUIGI FANS

Dec. 2, 2013

The Year of Luigi continues into the holiday shopping season. Starting today on the "Cyber Monday of Luigi," a limited-edition, silver-colored Nintendo 3DS XL system featuring a fun image of Luigi running with his brother Mario is now available for purchase. The sleek system comes pre-installed with the Mario & Luigi: Dream Team game at a suggested retail price of $199.99.

This new Nintendo 3DS XL system is just one of several Nintendo bundles recently announced. Other bundles include a Cobalt Blue Nintendo 3DS system that comes with the Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon game pre-installed at a suggested retail price of $169.99, as well as a gold-and-black Nintendo 3DS XL system that comes with a download code for a digital version of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds for a suggested retail price of $219.99.

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is the well-received fourth game in the fan-favorite Mario & Luigi role-playing series. In the game, players journey into the imaginative dreams of Luigi to help save Pi'illo Island from a mysterious villain. Using the touch screen on the Nintendo 3DS system, players can manipulate a sleeping Luigi to make fantastical things happen in the dream world, such as altering the dream world environment and growing Luigi to gargantuan size.

For more information about Nintendo 3DS, visit http://www.nintendo.com/3ds. For more information about Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, visit http://marioandluigidreamteam.nintendo.com.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.