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First Look at Pokémon Black/White

by Evan Volmering Apr 19, 2010 12:43 PM CST
filed under 3ds, ds, dsi, news, nintendo, videos

Japan's Sunday morning kiddy show 'Pokémon Sunday' provided us with two things: further proof that Japan is bat-shit insane, and our first look at some Pokémon Black/White gameplay.

Nintendo DSi XL Gets Taken Apart For Your Viewing Pleasure

by Kyle Lehtinen Mar 30, 2010 11:25 AM CST
filed under cool stuff, dsi, handhelds

iFixit has a reputation for stripping the newest, hottest gadgets to its fundamental components and the recently released Nintendo DSi XL is no exception. Unsurprisingly most all of the hardware within the DSi XL is the same as the non-XL DSi, just bigger obviously.

See the final image of the teardown in its full glory after the break.

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Pachter: DSi XL Won’t be a Success at Launch

by Tyler Treat Feb 26, 2010 2:41 PM CST
filed under dsi, handhelds, news, nintendo

The release date and price point of Nintendo's DSi XL was revealed earlier this week at the Nintendo Summit. Hitting North America on March 28 and retailing for $190, the XL will feature a larger screen and stylus. Industry analyst Michael Pachter has weighed in on the discussion surrounding the over-sized DS, saying the device "won't be a success."

"I think that the price point of all DS products are too high, and think that a price increase for the DSi XL is not going to sit well with consumers," Pachter explained to IndustryGamers. The difference in price between the DS Lite and the XL is $60, and I'm not sure that bigger screens provide the value that Nintendo thinks.  The difference between the DSi and the XL makes sense, but all three models are due for a cut, the DS to around $99, the DSi to $129, and the XL would then make more sense at $149. I don't think it will be a success at launch, since it costs only $10 less than a Wii."

Aside from the larger screen and stylus, the DSi XL does not feature any real improvements. It still has the same screen resolution and processor. Taking that into account, I think Michael is right on this one. The XL doesn't provide enough value for the increase in price.

New Ghostwire Trailer Tries to Give You the Heebie-Jeebies

by Kyle Lehtinen Feb 25, 2010 12:20 PM CST
filed under dsi, handhelds, videos

Do you like your DSi's camera but hate how no games use it? Do you like augmented reality? If you answered yes to any of those questions then A Different Game's interesting approach of using the DSi's camera and augmented reality to make a ghost hunting game is right up your alley. Check out the new trailer to get the general idea.



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