50+ Nintendo 3DS Home Menu Themes Announced – Prices Revealed

Nintendo 3DS Themes

Since Nintendo will be making custom Nintendo 3DS home menu themes available soon, a new website revealing all the themes has been unveiled. The list is long, so there’s something for everyone. Check it out the full list below:

  • Yokai Watch – 200 yen
  • Monster Hunter 4G (#1) – 200 yen
  • Monster Hunter 4G (#2) – 200 yen
  • Luigi – 200 yen
  • Yoshi – 200 yen
  • Mario – 200 yen
  • Peach – 200 yen
  • Mario characters (woodgrain) – 200 yen
  • Mario characters (felt print) – 200 yen
  • Black x White stripes – 100 yen
  • BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma – 100 yen
  • Mario (NES) – 200 yen
  • Hanafuda color – 200 yen
  • Black x White dots – 100 yen
  • Gold x White dots – 100 yen
  • Animal Crossing (office) – 200 yen
  • Animal Crossing (village board) – 200 yen
  • Animal Crossing (Nooking Junction) – 200 yen
  • Animal Crossing (Able Sisters Mabel) – 200 yen
  • Animal Crossing (Able Sisters Able) – 200 yen
  • Black x White checkered flag – 100 yen
  • Escape Adventure: The Black Fog of Demise – 100 yen
  • Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – 200 yen
  • Pink x White stripe – 100 yen
  • Gold x Black stars – 100 yen
  • Yellow x Purple stars – 100 yen
  • Simple clear color set Vol.1 – free
  • Simple color set Vol.1 – free
  • Rosalina round and round – 200 yen
  • Mario round and round – 200 yen
  • Peach round and round – 200 yen
  • Bowser round and round – 200 yen
  • Aqua blue squares – 100 yen
  • Mario mushrooms – 200 yen
  • Okiraku series – 100 yen
  • Blue x Yellow large dots – 100 yen
  • Pink x green large dots – 100 yen
  • 10 different Azure Striker Gunvolt themes – ranges between 100 and 150 yen

Most of these themes are 100-200 yen, which approximates to $1-$2 USD. Don’t worry if there isn’t something for you either, because more themes will be made available to the public in the near future.

Now something I’d really like to see is user-made themes…

What theme(s) will you be picking up? Sound off in the comments section below.

Via: Nintendo Enthusiast

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