GameStop will be selling an exclusive variant of the Nintendo 2DS in the U.S., a handheld in the color of "Peach Pink," for $129.99, the retailer announced today.
That is the same price as a standard 2DS. The unique unit, which interested parties can pre-order starting today, will come with a free Disney Magical World-themed carrying case. Disney Magical World will be available April 11 on Nintendo 3DS, and while GameStop did not specify a release date for the Peach Pink 2DS, the company said it will be released "alongside" the game.
Disney Magical World, which was released in Japan last August, allows players to explore realms from Disney properties such as Cinderella, Aladdin and Winnie the Pooh and interact with more than 60 different characters from those worlds. The game will cost $29.99 in North America.
The 2DS is a cheaper variant of the 3DS that sports a slate design instead of the 3DS's clamshell layout, and it doesn't support stereoscopic 3D. Nintendo announced the 2DS last August.
Update: A GameStop representative confirmed to Polygon that the Peach Pink 2DS will be released April 11 and will be available "while supplies last." The pre-order page is now up on GameStop's website.
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