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To promote the re-releases of the {{bp|Generation I}} games, Nintendo Japan are releasing limited edition Transparent {{bp|Nintendo 2DS}}'s bundles. These bundles will be released February 27th, 2016 and are currently available for preorder for 9,980¥. Despite the Nintendo 2DS being released over two years ago in most countries, this will be the first time the console has been released within Japan. The Pokémon Blue bundle is exclusively available in Pokémon Center stores, and will come with a CD featuring the Pokémon cries.
   
To promote the re-releases of the {{bp|Generation I}} games, Nintendo Japan are releasing limited edition Transparent Nintendo 2DS's bundles. These bundles will be released February 27th, 2016 and are currently available for preorder for 9,980¥. Despite the Nintendo 2DS being released over two years ago in most countries, this will be the first time the console has been released within Japan. The Pokémon Blue bundle is exclusively available in Pokémon Center stores, and will come with a CD featuring the Pokémon cries.
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These designs will be exclusively bundled for preorders, and each will come with the Generation I games of the related colour, an exclusive Nintendo 2DS theme, a collectible Kanto region Town Map, a sticker set based on the game mascot, a redemption certificate for the Generation I games (to be redeemed in store at a future date) and a serial code card for {{p|Mew}} redeemable in a copy of the {{bp|Generation VI}} games.
 
These designs will be exclusively bundled for preorders, and each will come with the Generation I games of the related colour, an exclusive Nintendo 2DS theme, a collectible Kanto region Town Map, a sticker set based on the game mascot, and serial code card for {{p|Mew}} redeemable in both the Generation I game and a copy of the {{bp|Generation VI}} games.
 
   
 
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Nintendo 2DS themes exclusive to the consoles

To promote the re-releases of the Generation I games, Nintendo Japan are releasing limited edition Transparent Nintendo 2DS's bundles. These bundles will be released February 27th, 2016 and are currently available for preorder for 9,980¥. Despite the Nintendo 2DS being released over two years ago in most countries, this will be the first time the console has been released within Japan. The Pokémon Blue bundle is exclusively available in Pokémon Center stores, and will come with a CD featuring the Pokémon cries.

These designs will be exclusively bundled for preorders, and each will come with the Generation I games of the related colour, an exclusive Nintendo 2DS theme, a collectible Kanto region Town Map, a sticker set based on the game mascot, a redemption certificate for the Generation I games (to be redeemed in store at a future date) and a serial code card for Mew redeemable in a copy of the Generation VI games.

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