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  • Nintendo DSi to become ghost hunter

    Nintendo DSi to become ghost hunter

    Swedish developer A Different Game announced today that the DSi will soon aid ghost hunters on their quest to vanquish and/or send back the ethereal to the underworld. Ghostwire will utilize the DSi’s camera and mic to help you hunt down the ghosts haunting us all and determine why they’re still creeping around our plane of existence. Read More

  • Get a grip on your DSi

    Get a grip on your DSi

    No matter the device Nintendo makes, there is always some company attempting to improve on it. Usually this is ill-advised, and that’s why licensed Nintendo products are always your safest bet. Sometimes though, you just have to take a chance, throw caution to the wind, and buy a DSi grip. Read More

  • Nintendo DSiWare update

    Nintendo DSiWare update

    If you’re prone to fits of rage triggered by lackluster updates from Nintendo then steer clear of this post, friend. I can’t be held responsible for you throwing your computer out the window or head-butting it. Today, Nintendo updated the DSiWare channel with Animal Crossing Calculator and Animal Crossing Clock. I don’t speak Animalese nor do I wish to speak Animalese. Just… Read More

  • Nintendo DSi watches you go #1

    Nintendo DSi watches you go #1

    As I was doing my business at some establishment in San Francisco I noticed that the mirror above the urinal was warped. Upon closer inspection I found that it was an advert for the DSi. Needless to say it creeped me out. Read More

  • Stop Motion Nintendo DSi teardown

    We’ve seen the iFixit teardown of the DSi, but this one from TechRestore should be the new standard by which teardowns should happen. TR’s Brian Northway compiled this video with 1,304 images and countless hours of tweaking to get everything just right. And the reassembly is a nice touch, which we don’t typically see. Enjoy! Thanks for the tip, Billy S. Read More

  • Activision becomes first third-party DSiWare publisher in the U.S.

    Activision becomes first third-party DSiWare publisher in the U.S.

    It’s not live yet, but Activision’s Mixed Messages is the first third-party title for Nintendo’s DSiWare line in these United States of America. It’s a 2-21 player game that sounds a lot like the telephone game from when we were kids. Mixed Messages will cost 500 DSi Points. Nintendo also added a new 1-player game, Master of Illusion Express: Shuffle Games for 200… Read More

  • Nintendo sells the heck out of the DSi in the US, new features mentioned

    Nintendo sells the heck out of the DSi in the US, new features mentioned

    Earlier today at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan, Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata made it abundantly clear that his company is doing just fine despite the global recession. Read More

  • TekCase for DS Lite, DSi adds protection and extra battery life

    TekCase for DS Lite, DSi adds protection and extra battery life

    The TekCase from TeknoCreations adds a bit of bulk, protection and battery life for your Nintendo DS Lite or Nintendo DSi. A hard polycarbonate shells protects your precious handheld and adds up to 3x the battery life for extended gameplay. The case charges over USB and comes with a USB wall adapter. Read More

  • Nintendo DSi: First US commercial, Japan gets more DSiWare

    Nintendo’s first US commercial for the DSi made me ROFL and plays up the picture editing effects on the DSi. Check it out and a trailer for Japan’s latest batch of DSiWare after the jump. Oh, and if you missed your opportunity to grab our early copy of Rhthymn Heaven then we’ve included the commercial for that as well. Read More

  • 51,324 LEGO blocks + 1 virgin gamer = 1 LEGO DSi

    51,324 LEGO blocks + 1 virgin gamer = 1 LEGO DSi

    We kid, we kid. Sean Kenney, apparently some sort of LEGO artist who may or may not be a virgin, was commissioned to construct this massive LEGO Nintendo DSi. The entire beast weighs over 250 lbs and comprised of 51,324 LEGO blocks. To bad the screens aren’t working touchscreens cause, well, that would make it the awesomest f’n thing ever. The Rockefeller Center’s Nintendo… Read More