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[[image:Nintendo_ds.jpg|right|thumb|Nintendo DS]]
 
[[image:Nintendo_ds.jpg|right|thumb|Nintendo DS]]
The [[Nintendo]] DS is newest hand-held console from the gaming giant.
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The '''[[Nintendo]] DS''' is Nintendo's latest addition to their handheld line-up. Some features of the DS include:
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*Two screens, one of which is touch-sensitive
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*Audio reception and perception
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*Built in wireless connection via WiFi
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*Backwards compatibility with [[Game Boy Advance]] games (though multiplayer functions for GBA games are not supported).
   
Various features include:
 
 
*Two Screens
 
*Touchscreen with a stylus
 
*A microphone
 
*Built-in wifi techonology
 
 
The Nintendo DS is compatible with all [[Game Boy Advance]] games for the backwards compatibility that made the Game Boy Advance so popular, though it doesn't support multiplayer functions.
 
   
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==Pokémon Games==
 
[[image:ds_cartridge.jpg|right|thumb|DS Cartridge]]
 
[[image:ds_cartridge.jpg|right|thumb|DS Cartridge]]
==Pokémon Games==
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So far, the following three [[Pokémon games]] have been announced for the DS:
 
So far, only three [[Pokémon games]] have been announced for the DS.
 
 
 
*[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl]] (RPG)
 
*[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl]] (RPG)
 
*[[Pokémon Dash]] (Racing Game)
 
*[[Pokémon Dash]] (Racing Game)

Revision as of 22:47, 18 December 2005

The Nintendo DS is Nintendo's latest addition to their handheld line-up. Some features of the DS include:

  • Two screens, one of which is touch-sensitive
  • Audio reception and perception
  • Built in wireless connection via WiFi
  • Backwards compatibility with Game Boy Advance games (though multiplayer functions for GBA games are not supported).


Pokémon Games

So far, the following three Pokémon games have been announced for the DS: