VANCOUVER, B.C., August 21, 2015 – In Little Battlers eXperience, players build, customize and battle robots made from more than 4,000 in-game parts that allow for more than 30,000 different LBX robots. Playing as 13-year-old Van Yamano, players will use their LBX robot to determine the fate of the entire world – and only Van and his friends can stop it from falling into the wrong hands. Little Battlers eXperience launches August 21 for all Nintendo 3DS family systems, including Nintendo 2DS.
Players can team up with friends who also own the game and a Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 2DS system to connect via local wireless to battle it out or team up against tough opponents in the Ranking Battle co-op mode. The Nintendo 3DS family of systems, including Nintendo 2DS, features parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit //www.nintendo.com/en_CA/2ds.
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