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Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by MG4M3R, Oct 8, 2008.
Stil prefer the open pandora.
I want that.
Isn't this the same vid that was on the nintendo of japan website like a week ago?
Judging by the video....if it's true...browser should be improved!!
Also, some of the features look really interesting..I just don't know what is that Mario video from 2:34 to 2:54..
The first one is just a random video filmed and edited by the DSi, the other two animations were made by some kind of new paint tool.
that look awesome!
So we'll have an option to record short movies, not just take pictures....and if I got it right, we can also make/draw animations?
It sounds pretty cool to me!!
Looks so cool, just wondering if flashcarts might die, we will need testers
looks great. fuck the haters. will buy one
The animation looks cool, and the browser is pretty fast IMO.
Yes, but to me, the vid looks like it's animated, so it could be ANYTHING.
I'm even more sold on one of these than I was three minutes and twenty-nine seconds ago. I can't wait.
Is the DSi main menu suppose to be reminiscent of the Wii Menu?
I smiled when he said "some wood to build a dog house" for some odd reason.
oh and the DSi also looks nice, i am pretty much on the line on whether or not to get it.
looks like a waste of money if you already have a lite. little added has to do with games/gameplay except slightly bigger screens and the DSi shop. they aren't suckering me in with gimmicks for the cost of a whole new handheld.
the upgrades are decent but not excusable for a 4 year gap...
though the web browser seems extremely impressive imo.
dammit, now i want one even more, if only i wasn't too lazy to get a job
Voice memos, I guess.
hey cool vid the only differences i see between the dsl and dsi are that the dsi has a new mic design, no gba slot, has a built-in camera, an mp3 player and larger screens. The only thing that appeals to me is the larger screen size though, there are alternatives for the rest of its functions