Today, Nintendo revealed that as of Dec. 31, 2011, the Kyoto-based game maker shipped over 150 million Nintendo DS (and DS spin-off) units. That's a lot!
Reader SecretMoblin has turned back the clock to 2008 in order to play The World Ends With You. And what better time to try this unconventional gem than what could easily be the twilight days of the DS's lifespan? He's got one problem: the combat's driving him nuts. Think you could lend him a hand?
On May 12, a 10 year-old grade-schooler in Kochi City and her friend waere playing with her Nintendo game portable along the city's waterway. A 23 year-old man named Akira Nakamura appeared and said, "Let me see your game machine."
Prepping for the upcoming March 27 launch of the 3DS, Target reminds Kotaku that they now accept DS, DS Lite, DSi and DSXL as trade-ins for store credit at some stores. Current values are: DS - $20, DS Lite - $30, DSi - $45, DSXL - $60. Not bad for essentially cash. But GameStop is running a better deal for 3DS credit…
Nintendo has not officially given the Nintendo 3DS a release date. The company has only stated that the Nintendo 3DS will be out before April 2011. It could be out a lot sooner.
Pikachu is an "electric-type" Pocket Monster with a tail shaped like a lighting bolt. The perfect mascot for an electric charger!
In March 2006, Nintendo released the DS Lite. The portable kicked off a wave of Apple comparisons. Here's why:
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