Nintendo DS

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The Nintendo DS is a video game system created by Nintendo. Its main features are its two screens (its name is an acronym for "Dual Screens") and the touch-sensitivity of the bottom screen. Notable games include:

A new version of the DS, the 'DS Lite' (which is slimmer and weighs less) has been released and an even newer version, the 'DSi' (featuring an internet browser among other features) has been released in Japan in 2008 and was released in the rest of the world in 2009.


The Nintendo 3DS is a video game system created by Nintendo.It is an updated version of the DS. It has the ability to show 3D visuals, watch Netflix, has 3 cameras (2 in back and 1 in front), motion sensors, Miis, and a circle pad (similar to a stick on a controller). It can play DS games via game card and Gameboy, Gameboy Color, and Gameboy Advance games via the Virtual Console service. It is able to have the connect to all types of WiFi (with Key) and connect with people around you while in sleep mode with something called Street Pass. It was released February 2011 in Japan and March everywhere else.