Summary: Okay, if you're looking for something to play while on the go, the Nintendo DS line is your best bet. Yes, you could go get a PSP, but Nintendo DS has a better library and more accessibility for those just getting into handheld gaming. Very user friendly and portable, what's better than that?
Summary: Good, but my 5 + 6 year old broke 2 in less than a year. They need something more durable and they outgrew the Leapsters. I will buy another one though they keep my kids occupied in a car and we travel everywhere we go since we live in the country. Constantly lose the stylus's.
Summary: i liked the ds but but stuff is some games are bad but some games are good most games ive played sucks the atachment that hooks the screen will break unless you never play it over all i would requmend this if you like mario games
Summary: The first thing you need to know is that this system is old and outdated. The second thing you need to know is that the small group of people who will tell you not to buy the system are mostly PSP loyalists. Despite that, there only two real flaws in the system overall (that I can think of).
Summary: my entire reason for buying the ds lite was to simply give it away to a friend, the large game library gave many options for picking out a game, its easy to find something for everybody when dealing with a ds.