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EB Games releasing Pokemon X and Y Nintendo 2DS bundles

19 Jun 2014

EB Games is set to release two special Nintendo 2DS bundles that comes with either Pokemon X or Pokemon Y.

The Nintendo 2DS bundles come pre-installed with Pokemon X or Pokemon Y. The games are on the console itself so you don't have to worry about putting in the cartridge. You can just turn it on and play.

EB Games is selling both bundles for $199.99. They will be available from June 26th, although you can choose to pre-order the bundles now.

If you have kids that may get bored these upcoming school holidays, you can buy them this sweet bundle to keep their minds occupied.

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