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    DSi console - white
    Format: Nintendo DS

    Thinner, lighter and brighter! The DSI has come along way from the DS. It is 12% thinner and has a bigger and brighter 3.25” screen. There are many ways to have fun with the Nintendo DSi. Create, customise and share photos with your friends and family. Listen to and experiment with your favourite music. Play more than 1000 Nintendo DS games and download new DSiWare games directly onto your console. The Nintendo DSi also features built-in internet capabilities, meaning the fun begins the moment you switch it on! If you’re scared of running out of space, you can expand the memory with a microSD card. The best bit is that if you already own a DS, you can still use almost all of your existing games on the DSi, so there’s no need to re-stock your library. Suitable for ages 3 years +. What's in the box: 1 x Console. 1 x Stylus. 1 x Charger.

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    DS Lite Console - white
    Format: Nintendo DS

    The Nintendo DS Lite brings gaming within everyone's reach. Its touch screen and voice recognition...

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    Nintendo DS Handheld Console
    Format: Nintendo DS

    The Nintendo DS is no ordinary console. What on the face of it appears to be merely an upgraded Game Boy Advance is packed with a suite of never-before-seen features which make it unique within the gaming world. The most obvious new feature is the two screens (DS stands for dual screen), the bottom of which is a touch screen. This makes an enormous difference to the way you play and interact with the game, as you use a stylus or the handy thumb strap to control the action. The way this works in a game varies enormously, with first person shooter Metroid Prime: Hunters using the touch screen and D-pad to create a control system that’s just as responsive as a PC keyboard and mouse. Other games, like Yoshi’s Touch & Go, have you actually drawing on the touch pad to create platforms, while other games use the extra screen to display inventory or map info. But there’s more to the DS than even that. It also has a built-in microphone (one new medical game has you operating on patients with the touch screen and reassuring them everything’s going to be okay via the microphone) and it can be connected wirelessly to sixteen or more other consoles. Not only that but some games and utilities even allow it to connect online via Wi-Fi. Although the DS is far more powerful than the GBA – it can display 3D graphics somewhere between a Nintendo 64 and the GameCube--it is still backwards compatible, so you can play all your old GBA games in single player mode on the same console. With a battery life of between 6 and 10 hours the Nintendo DS gets pretty much everything right. With a range of games that seem to offer far more originality and imagination than any other home or portable console this is could well be the most exciting new console of 2005. --David Jenkins

    Release Date 07/10/2005
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    Nintendo DSi Console in White
    Format: Nintendo DS

    Nintendo pioneered handheld entertainment in the '80s and famously made it fully mobile and accessible to millions around the world with the Game Boy and DS video game systems. Now, Nintendo is taking things to the next level by transforming the way people access, experience, create and share content with the new Nintendo DSi system, the third iteration of the world's best-selling portable video game system. .caption { font-family: Verdana, Helvetica neue, Arial, serif; font-size: 10px; font-weight: bold; font-style: italic; } .h1 { font-family: verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif; color: #E47911; font-size: medium; } .h3color { font-family: verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif; color: #E47911; font-size: small; } ul.indent { list-style: inside disc; text-indent: -15px; } table.callout { font-family: verdana; font-size: 11px; line-height: 1. 3em; } td.vgoverview { height: 150px; background: #9DC4D8 url(http://images.amazon.com/images/G/01/electronics/detail-page/callout-bg.png) repeat-x; border-left: 1px solid #999999; border-right: 1px solid #999999; padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px; padding-bottom: 10px; width: 250px; font-family: verdana; font-size: 12px; }

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    The DSi external camera in action.

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    View larger. The System

    The Nintendo DSi is a high-powered handheld video game system in a sleek, folding design-loaded with features designed to create a unique gaming experience. Like the DS and DS Lite before it, the DSi features Nintendo's trademark stylus-driven touchscreen technology, but determined to make portable gaming simultaneously larger and smaller in all the right places, Nintendo has also created the DSi with significantly larger screens and an even slimmer body design than its earlier cousins. Other features include the ability to snap photos with built-in cameras, edit and send them to friends, play back your music with Nintendo DSi Sound, or browse the Internet with the Nintendo DSi Browser. From playing games to just playing around, the Nintendo DSi does it all.

    Features:

    The DSi's Two Digital Cameras

    The most noticeable feature of the slim Nintendo DSi system are its two cameras - one camera is situated on the external body pointing away from the user, and the second one points at the user when the device is flipped open. As the first truly interactive digital camera in a video game system, the DSi Cameras feature 10 different interactive "lenses" that can manipulate your photos, offering an easy way to take and share your photos with family and friends. The cameras also present people with unprecedented ways to interact with their games, and in the process provide developers with a new tool to devise creative games and experiences. If the touch screen gave Nintendo DS a sense of feel and the microphone allowed it to hear, the two cameras give Nintendo DSi the sense of sight.

    DSi Sound

    Another enhanced feature is the Nintendo DSi Sound application, which serves as both an interactive voice recorder and music player that allows users to play with their music while they listen to it. Users can access different audio filters or control the pitch and speed of recorded voice or music files to alter voices or change the tempo of a song. The mic is located between the two screens when the device is flipped open, and there is also a stereo headphone output that lets users listen to music saved on an SD card, even with the screen shut.

    The DSiWare

    In the world of software, Nintendo DSi will be the platform for the most relevant and fun on-the-go games and applications. The Nintendo DSiWare application will populate Nintendo DSi with software that can be downloaded using Nintendo DSi Points directly to the portable system, just as WiiWare has with Nintendo's Wii console. Developers big and small are invited to create software that makes use of the properties and functions of the hardware. Nintendo DSiWare games and applications will be available at a range of values, starting at 200 points.

    Games and Backwards Compatibility

    In addition to downloadable games, Nintendo DSi is able to play games made specifically for the system and sold at retail. The system can also play most Nintendo DS games, and will have access to a library of more than 850 titles originally made for that system. As an example of the quality of games that DSi players can expect to see both from both Nintendo and third-party game developers, at the launch of the DSi Nintendo is also releasing Rhythm Heaven. A wildly popular rhythm game in Japan, where it has sold nearly 2 million copies since its release in mid 2008, Rhythm Heaven features catchy tunes, charming characters, and a wide variety of rhythm games as it makes maximum use of the DSi's functionality.

    What's in the Box

    Each DSi comes complete with: one Nintendo DSi System, one Nintendo DSi stylus, one Nintendo DSi AC power adapter, an easy start guide, manuals (basic and controls) and a support booklet.

    Nintendo DSi and DS Technical Specs Compared: DSi: DS: Display: 3.25 inches 3 inches Overall size: Width 137mm, Length 74.9mm, Thickness 18.9mm Width 133mm, Length 73.9mm, Thickness 21.5mm Power Supply: AC adapter for Nintendo DSi AC adapter for DS Lite Weight: Approx. 214g (with touch pen) Approx. 218g (with touch pen, Game Boy Advance cover) Charging time: Approx. 2 hours and 30 minutes Approx. 3 hours Battery life: The lowest brightness (9-14 hrs), low brightness (8-12 hours), medium brightness (6-9 hours), high brightness (4-6 hours), highest brightness(3-4 hours) The lowest brightness (15-19 hrs), low brightness (10-15 hours), high brightness (7-11 hours), highest brightness(5-8 hours) Software: Software for Nintendo DS, Software for Nintendo DSi. Software for Nintendo DS, Software for Game Boy Advance Input-output: DS card slot, SD memory card slot, AC adapter connection, stereo headphone/mic jack DS card slot, Game Boy Advance cartridge slot, AC adapter connection, stereo headphone/mic jack

    Release Date 03/04/2009
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    Nintendo DSi Console in Black
    Format: Nintendo DS

    Nintendo pioneered handheld entertainment in the '80s and famously made it fully mobile and accessible to millions around the world with the Game Boy and DS video game systems. Now, Nintendo is taking things to the next level by transforming the way people access, experience, create and share content with the new Nintendo DSi system, the third iteration of the world's best-selling portable video game system. .caption { font-family: Verdana, Helvetica neue, Arial, serif; font-size: 10px; font-weight: bold; font-style: italic; } .h1 { font-family: verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif; color: #E47911; font-size: medium; } .h3color { font-family: verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif; color: #E47911; font-size: small; } ul.indent { list-style: inside disc; text-indent: -15px; } table.callout { font-family: verdana; font-size: 11px; line-height: 1. 3em; } td.vgoverview { height: 150px; background: #9DC4D8 url(http://images.amazon.com/images/G/01/electronics/detail-page/callout-bg.png) repeat-x; border-left: 1px solid #999999; border-right: 1px solid #999999; padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px; padding-bottom: 10px; width: 250px; font-family: verdana; font-size: 12px; }

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    The DSi external camera in action.

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    View larger. The System

    The Nintendo DSi is a high-powered handheld video game system in a sleek, folding design-loaded with features designed to create a unique gaming experience. Like the DS and DS Lite before it, the DSi features Nintendo's trademark stylus-driven touchscreen technology, but determined to make portable gaming simultaneously larger and smaller in all the right places, Nintendo has also created the DSi with significantly larger screens and an even slimmer body design than its earlier cousins. Other features include the ability to snap photos with built-in cameras, edit and send them to friends, play back your music with Nintendo DSi Sound, or browse the Internet with the Nintendo DSi Browser. From playing games to just playing around, the Nintendo DSi does it all.

    Features:

    The DSi's Two Digital Cameras

    The most noticeable feature of the slim Nintendo DSi system are its two cameras - one camera is situated on the external body pointing away from the user, and the second one points at the user when the device is flipped open. As the first truly interactive digital camera in a video game system, the DSi Cameras feature 10 different interactive "lenses" that can manipulate your photos, offering an easy way to take and share your photos with family and friends. The cameras also present people with unprecedented ways to interact with their games, and in the process provide developers with a new tool to devise creative games and experiences. If the touch screen gave Nintendo DS a sense of feel and the microphone allowed it to hear, the two cameras give Nintendo DSi the sense of sight.

    DSi Sound

    Another enhanced feature is the Nintendo DSi Sound application, which serves as both an interactive voice recorder and music player that allows users to play with their music while they listen to it. Users can access different audio filters or control the pitch and speed of recorded voice or music files to alter voices or change the tempo of a song. The mic is located between the two screens when the device is flipped open, and there is also a stereo headphone output that lets users listen to music saved on an SD card, even with the screen shut.

    The DSiWare

    In the world of software, Nintendo DSi will be the platform for the most relevant and fun on-the-go games and applications. The Nintendo DSiWare application will populate Nintendo DSi with software that can be downloaded using Nintendo DSi Points directly to the portable system, just as WiiWare has with Nintendo's Wii console. Developers big and small are invited to create software that makes use of the properties and functions of the hardware. Nintendo DSiWare games and applications will be available at a range of values, starting at 200 points.

    Games and Backwards Compatibility

    In addition to downloadable games, Nintendo DSi is able to play games made specifically for the system and sold at retail. The system can also play most Nintendo DS games, and will have access to a library of more than 850 titles originally made for that system. As an example of the quality of games that DSi players can expect to see both from both Nintendo and third-party game developers, at the launch of the DSi Nintendo is also releasing Rhythm Heaven. A wildly popular rhythm game in Japan, where it has sold nearly 2 million copies since its release in mid 2008, Rhythm Heaven features catchy tunes, charming characters, and a wide variety of rhythm games as it makes maximum use of the DSi's functionality.

    What's in the Box

    Each DSi comes complete with: one Nintendo DSi System, one Nintendo DSi stylus, one Nintendo DSi AC power adapter, an easy start guide, manuals (basic and controls) and a support booklet.

    Nintendo DSi and DS Technical Specs Compared: DSi: DS: Display: 3.25 inches 3 inches Overall size: Width 137mm, Length 74.9mm, Thickness 18.9mm Width 133mm, Length 73.9mm, Thickness 21.5mm Power Supply: AC adapter for Nintendo DSi AC adapter for DS Lite Weight: Approx. 214g (with touch pen) Approx. 218g (with touch pen, Game Boy Advance cover) Charging time: Approx. 2 hours and 30 minutes Approx. 3 hours Battery life: The lowest brightness (9-14 hrs), low brightness (8-12 hours), medium brightness (6-9 hours), high brightness (4-6 hours), highest brightness(3-4 hours) The lowest brightness (15-19 hrs), low brightness (10-15 hours), high brightness (7-11 hours), highest brightness(5-8 hours) Software: Software for Nintendo DS, Software for Nintendo DSi. Software for Nintendo DS, Software for Game Boy Advance Input-output: DS card slot, SD memory card slot, AC adapter connection, stereo headphone/mic jack DS card slot, Game Boy Advance cartridge slot, AC adapter connection, stereo headphone/mic jack

    Release Date 03/04/2009
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    Nintendo DSi XL Console - Blue
    Format: Nintendo DS

    Experience your favourite DS games like never before on the big screens of the Nintendo DSi XL. With its massive yet crystal-clear 4.2' screens which are 93% bigger than the screen on the DS Lite and prolonged battery life compared to the DSi the Nintendo DSi XL gives you an entirely new gaming experience. Experience the legendary side scrolling world of New Super Mario Bros on a larger screen take on the twists and turns of the Mario Kart circuit with a clearer view of the road ahead! The larger pen-like stylus also makes extended stylus gameplay more comfortable to allow better control; making directing Link around the dungeons of The Legend Of Zelda: Spirit Tracks for example far easier and more natural to play. The Nintendo DSi XL also features a glossy sheen on top and matt finish on the underside providing excellent grip when resting on a table or other surface during gameplay. Play MoreThe Nintendo DSi XL's larger screens make it easier to judge jumps and dodge obstacles more accurately meaning it's the best way to play classic DS games and new titles like Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. See MoreThe Nintendo DSi XL's bigger screens mean bigger text - and the larger stylus is more comfortable to grip - making titles like 100 Classic Book Collection more accessible and enjoyable. The Nintendo DSi XL also comes with a free copy of A Little Bit Of Brain Training: Arts Edition (worth 800 Nintendo Points) pre-installed which is perfect for giving your brain a daily workout! Share MoreThe Nintendo DSi XL's wide-angle screens mean that it's easier for the whole family to get together and play together. Enjoy solving puzzles as a team on the Professor Layton series. Share the fun!

    Release Date 08/10/2010
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    Nintendo DS Lite Console - Black
    Format: Nintendo DS

    In a nutshell:

    It may have taken the world by storm with its huge range of genuinely innovative new games but there’s no denying that the Nintendo DS is not exactly the most portable of portable consoles. That’s all changed now with this sleek and sexy update. The lowdown:

    When the Nintendo DS was first announced it was dismissed by many as a white elephant – with a gimmicky interface and underpowered graphics. Over 15 million sales later and the story is a little different. The DS Lite is fully compatible with all existing Nintendo DS (and Game Boy Advance) games but it’s smaller, sleeker and lighter – with a new design that perfectly matches the Nintendo Wii console. The most impressive feature is the new backlit screens which offer the sharpest image ever seen on a portable console. The DS Lite is available in three separate colours: White, Black and Pink. Most exciting feature:

    The DS Lite now has four brightness settings – the highest is brighter than even the PSP and is clearly visible in any lighting condition. That sound? That'll be Sony executives running to the hills - wearing sunglasses. Since you ask:

    The Nintendo DS is the fast selling console ever in Japan. When the DS Lite was released, it sold out instantly, with queues of over 1,000 people a common sight. The bottom line:

    The DS gets a face lift to become Nintendo’s best looking portable ever. - Harrison Dent

    Release Date 23/06/2006
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    Nintendo DSi XL Console - Wine Red
    Format: Nintendo DS

    Nintendo DSi XL allows the fun of handheld gaming to be shared with friends and family. The new Nintendo DSi XL handheld console sports two 4.2 inch screens, 93% bigger than the screen on the Nintendo DS Lite. In addition, the new screens have a much wider viewing angle, making it easy for people to watch and share the fun. Whether it's encouraging family or friends to beat your score on Dr Kawashima's Little Bit of Brain Training, solving the mysteries of Professor Layton together or simply offering 'helpful' backseat advice during a frantic race in Mario Kart, the Nintendo DSi XL opens up a new world of shared handheld gaming whilst breathing new life into your favourite Nintendo DS games as you experience them on the big screen.

    The new DSI XL handheld is a premium addition to the Nintendo DS family, coming pre-loaded with some top software: Dr Kawashima's: Little Bit of Brain Training: Arts Edition and Dictionary 6 in 1 with Camera Function and the Nintendo DSi Browser, which enables you to easily access the internet from anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection. Available in wine red and dark brown, the Nintendo DSi XL comes with a glossy sheen on top and matt finish on the underside that provides excellent grip when resting on a table or other surface during gameplay. It also features a larger pen-like stylus, making gameplay more comfortable and natural.

    The Nintendo DSi XL will feature the full capabilities of the original Nintendo DSi. Packed with features such as the ability to create, customise and share photos with friends and family, listen to and play with your music and sounds and download games through the Nintendo DSi Shop. Nintendo DSi XL is the fourth member of the Nintendo DS family which are currently enjoyed by over 100 million people around the world. It features the trademark dual screens and the simple-to-use controls that players have come to love, but will take your gaming experience to a new level.

    Release Date 05/03/2010
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    Nintendo DSi XL Console - Dark Brown
    Format: Nintendo DS

    Nintendo DSi XL allows the fun of handheld gaming to be shared with friends and family. The new Nintendo DSi XL handheld console sports two 4.2 inch screens, 93% bigger than the screen on the Nintendo DS Lite. In addition, the new screens have a much wider viewing angle, making it easy for people to watch and share the fun. Whether it's encouraging family or friends to beat your score on Dr Kawashima's Little Bit of Brain Training, solving the mysteries of Professor Layton together or simply offering 'helpful' backseat advice during a frantic race in Mario Kart, the Nintendo DSi XL opens up a new world of shared handheld gaming whilst breathing new life into your favourite Nintendo DS games as you experience them on the big screen.

    The new DSI XL handheld is a premium addition to the Nintendo DS family, coming pre-loaded with some top software: Dr Kawashima's: Little Bit of Brain Training: Arts Edition and Dictionary 6 in 1 with Camera Function and the Nintendo DSi Browser, which enables you to easily access the internet from anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection. Available in wine red and dark brown, the Nintendo DSi XL comes with a glossy sheen on top and matt finish on the underside that provides excellent grip when resting on a table or other surface during gameplay. It also features a larger pen-like stylus, making gameplay more comfortable and natural.

    The Nintendo DSi XL will feature the full capabilities of the original Nintendo DSi. Packed with features such as the ability to create, customise and share photos with friends and family, listen to and play with your music and sounds and download games through the Nintendo DSi Shop. Nintendo DSi XL is the fourth member of the Nintendo DS family which are currently enjoyed by over 100 million people around the world. It features the trademark dual screens and the simple-to-use controls that players have come to love, but will take your gaming experience to a new level.

    Release Date 05/03/2010
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    Nintendo DSi Reshiram & Console Bundle including Pokemon: Whi...
    Format: Nintendo DS

    The Nintendo DSi is packed with new features that will excite fans of and newcomers to the Nintendo DS range. There are many ways to have fun with the Nintendo DSi from creating customising and sharing photos with friends and family or listening to and experimenting with your favourite music to playing more than 1000 Nintendo DS games and downloading new DSiWare games directly onto your console. The Nintendo DSi also features built-in internet capabilities meaning the fun begins the moment you switch it on! The Nintendo DSi incorporates two cameras adding an entirely new dimension to gameplay on the Nintendo DSi. The cameras are able to accurately detect facial features and players' movements. Moving the upper body hands arms and head in front of the camera now means play can be directed by movement alone bringing a whole new way of interacting with the handheld. The Nintendo DSi has enhanced volume and sound quality so that users can experience the Nintendo DSi Sound application as well as in-game music at its best. As well as bringing portable music to the Nintendo DSi (as players will be able to play AAC-encoded music files on their console) Nintendo DSi Sound introduces new ways for Nintendo DSi users to experiment and play with sound and music - changing the pitch speed and even apply effects to sound files that are played on the console. You can customise your Nintendo DSi by downloading games and applications from the DSi Shop in addition to being able to carry around your Nintendo DSi with your very own unique photos and music files. Pokemon: White Version Redefining the Pokmon series Pokmon: White Version offer fans and newcomers alike a completely new adventure to discover and enjoy. And for the first time ever in the series the two games feature their own individual areas to explore. Set in the Unova region which is located far away from the Kanto and Johto regions Pokmon fans will be familiar with both games also feature all new action-packed locations such as the bustling urban environment of Castelia City Pokmon: White Version also mark the first time in the Pokmon series that the seasons will change in the game world. The result sees specific Pokmon appearing more frequently during particular seasons and also changing in colour or form. Furthermore players can only access some areas during a specific season. As if that wasn't enough players will also encounter more than 150 never-seen-before Pokmon some of which can only be caught in each version of the game. At the start of the game players can choose between new older boy and girl Trainers as well as from three new starter Pokmon - a Grass-type Pokmon Snivy a Fire-type Pokmon Tepig or a Water-type Pokmon Oshawott - before departing on their adventure with two childhood friends. In Pokmon: White Version the player is tasked with completing two quests. One is to complete the Unova Pokdex by finding and catching every Pokmon in the region - however in order to fully complete the Unova Pokdex players will need to trade Pokmon between both versions. The other is to become the Pokmon League Champion by battling with wild Pokmon and other Trainers in the region. Players will train their Pokmon with the ultimate goal of taking on the Elite Four and the Unova Champion! Thanks to some all new connectivity features you will be able to hone your fighting skills via the Random Matchup mode using the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Pokemon: White Version gives you the chance to see the Legendary Pokmon Zekrom! Zekrom can disappear inside thunderclouds and fly across the skies. Zekrom: Category - Deep Black Pokmon Type - Dragon-Electric Ability - Teravolt Height - 9' 06' / 289.32 cm Weight - 760.6 lbs / 345 kg

    Release Date 04/03/2011
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    Nintendo DSi XL Console Bundle including New Super Mario Brot...
    Format: Nintendo DS

    Experience your favourite DS games like never before on the big screens of the Nintendo DSi XL. With its massive yet crystal-clear 4.2' screens which are 93% bigger than the screen on the DS Lite and prolonged battery life compared to the DSi the Nintendo DSi XL gives you an entirely new gaming experience. Experience the legendary side scrolling world of New Super Mario Bros on a larger screen take on the twists and turns of the Mario Kart circuit with a clearer view of the road ahead! The larger pen-like stylus also makes extended stylus gameplay more comfortable to allow better control; making directing Link around the dungeons of The Legend Of Zelda: Spirit Tracks for example far easier and more natural to play. The Nintendo DSi XL also features a glossy sheen on top and matt finish on the underside providing excellent grip when resting on a table or other surface during gameplay. Play MoreThe Nintendo DSi XL's larger screens make it easier to judge jumps and dodge obstacles more accurately meaning it's the best way to play classic DS games and new titles like Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. See MoreThe Nintendo DSi XL's bigger screens mean bigger text - and the larger stylus is more comfortable to grip - making titles like 100 Classic Book Collection more accessible and enjoyable. The Nintendo DSi XL also comes with a free copy of A Little Bit Of Brain Training: Arts Edition (worth 800 Nintendo Points) pre-installed which is perfect for giving your brain a daily workout! Share MoreThe Nintendo DSi XL's wide-angle screens mean that it's easier for the whole family to get together and play together. Enjoy solving puzzles as a team on the Professor Layton series. Share the fun!

    Release Date 22/10/2010
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