A much larger take on the Nintendo DSi XL. As seen on Famitsu.com at a recent event in Kyoto.
First released in Japan in Fall 2008, the Nintendo DSi brought a new era to Nintendo's handheld gaming with a low-res camera. That era, it seems, is apparently finished.
Love Plus+ plus Nintendo's DSi XL plus schoolgirls. Keyword: plus.
Nintendo plans to drop the price of the DSi and DSi XL in Japan the weekend following E3.
The Nintendo DSi LL, (DSi XL in the West) is the latest addition to the hugely successful Nintendo platform. "LL" is the Japanese equivalent of "XL", or "extra large". But is bigger really better?
The DSi XL's larger size, jumbo touch pen, bigger screen and refined old people colors (Wine Red?) made it seem like the DSi XL is targeted at old people. That's not necessarily true, says Nintendo.
When the DSi LL launched, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata pointed out that the portable's larger 4.2" LCD screens meant that it was easier to watch others play.
Comparing the DSi LL to other DS portables? Seen that. To other handhelds? Ditto. But what about comparing to other things — like cabbage, a baby, a baseball signed by Nolan Ryan? Haven't seen that yet. Until now.
Ah, yes. Unboxing. The ritual of taking things out of a box and then posting photos of what is inside. Here is a look inside the DSi LL box. Hello cardboard!
On November 22, the DSi LL went on sale. Famitsu publisher Enterbrain has sales figures for the new NIntendo handheld's first two days.
You may not yet really know how big a DSi LL is, but you know how big a PSP-3000 is, right?
Over the weekend, Nintendo's jumbo-sized DSi, the DSi LL, was released in Japan. With "LL" meaning "extra large" in Japanese sizes, the DSi LL launch begs the question: Were the lines LL?
There's not much to this recently released Japanese language clip, but it does show the Nintendo DSi LL in the proposed four-player compatibility mode, allowing for one player and three spectators, pleasantly appealing to those young, old, with preference for large or small stylus, whatever. If you prefer your…
It's gianormous and should be on sale sometime between never and ever. As seen on Gizmodo Japan. Bonus, original screengrab from Mike Fahey after the jump.