Sunday, September 28, 2008


DS Redesign Rumor!

Man, these Nintendo DS redesign rumors just keep getting more and more exciting! Two prominent internet people came forward this morning with exclusive information about this top-secret game system that Nintendo has been preparing.

The new model DS is rumored to boast some features that really put the current DS Lite to shame. When fully compact, it will be smaller than a U.S. quarter, but it will fold out to reveal not two, not three, but fifteen touch-sensitive screens! Each screen will measure 15" long, and they will be brighter and with a higher resolution than the original DS screens.

Also revealed, the battery has been given an upgrade, with an estimated 200 years of playtime from a single five-minute charge. That time is based on having all screens on the highest brightness setting and the volume playing on maximum. This is good news for gamers who want to "keep it portable"!

The rumors that the GBA slot would be removed from the new design have been squashed; in fact, the new Slot 2 will be compatible with all classic Game Boy and Game Boy Color games. In fact, new ports have been added for compatibility with Virtual Boy, Sega Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color, PSP, and Pokemon Mini (!) games. In addition, the new model will feature a hard drive and allow players to download software from the Wii Shop Channel, including all Virtual Console and Wii Ware games.

And I guess Nintendo decided to throw in a bunch of random crap that always seems to show up in these rumors. Camera, phone, DVD player, MP3 player, printer, toaster, time machine, etc, all that kind of stuff.

When will Nintendo unleash this new design? It's actually out right now! In fact, it's been on sale for over sixty years as of this writing! And in addition to compatibility with all existing and future game systems, this game device has its own library of over 25 million games that really take advantage of all of its features.

This is probably the most exciting news that anyone has ever posted on the internet! Now all we have to do is wait to see how much of it is true. Keep visiting my blog over and over again in the run up to Nintendo's big conference, where we'll have detailed impressions of Nintendo's new DS Lite provided any of it is actually true.


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