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Nintendo Handheld Consoles Picture Quiz

Name the handheld consoles Nintendo has made based on the picture.
Quiz by Insaniot
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Last updated: October 21, 2023
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First submittedOctober 20, 2023
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6 Comments
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Level 78
Oct 20, 2023
Nice one. You could add the 2DS if you want more variation… it’s just a less functional 3DS, but I always liked its weird trapezoid design.
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Level 60
Oct 22, 2023
The 2DS has a very distinct design, but I feel like its too similar to the 3DS in terms of functionality to really consider it a unique console.
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Level 54
Oct 21, 2023
Pretty interesting to have put DSi, which is just a variation of DS, but not GBC, which is a bit more than a variation of Game Boy.

Also, I'm probably wrong, but I feel like your DS picture is actually the one of a DS Lite.

Good idea of quiz, anyway. Et vive Nintendo!

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Level 60
Oct 21, 2023
I included the DSi because I felt it was enough of an update to the DS that, while not a wholly new console, is definitely more substantial then the Game Boy Pocket, DS Lite, New 3DS, or the Switch Lite. If there were more Nintendo handhelds then I probably wouldn’t have included it. I didn’t include the Game Boy Colour because… I just forgot about it 😅. I’ll add it in to round out the answers to an even 8.
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Level 54
Oct 22, 2023
That's a completely understandable choice. Although that's the only console in the list which use the exact same cartridges than another one. If you truly needed another one, well...

Technically, the Virtual Boy is and handheld console too (more transportable than handheld in the end though). 🙃

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Level 60
Oct 22, 2023
That’s actually not entirely true. DS games that use DSi exclusive features (like the camera) have a black cartridge instead of the usual dark grey ones. There are also a very small number of physically-released games (3 I think?) that can ONLY be played on a DSi, which use a white cartridge. The reason there are so few physical DSi games is that Nintendo wanted DSi exclusives to be released onto the DSi Shop, which is where the bulk of the DSi’s library was.

The Virtual Boy is a great many things, but I hesitate to call it handheld. Maybe if I do a miscellaneous Nintendo console quiz lol.