Summary: My brother and I both own a DS. I think it's okay, but that is because i only own 2 games. my brother is 8 and he loves it. i'm 11. the pictochat part is cool. it is harder to do it at your house though. i prefer to do it where people are more likely to have a ds. like my swim meets for example.
Summary: The DS was a let down to me, since I wanted more 3D games, not just 2D stuff. The only 3D game I know of on DS is Super Mario DS. Everything else is pretty short and bring, just a bunch of stupid mini-games. I do apreciate the battery life, which is way better tha the PSP.
Excerpt: I think the Nintendo DS in general is an outdated product, but that may be because I grew up a bit. I haven't used mine in a long time, but once in a while (like every 6 months) I pick it up and it's always fun. I use it with games like MySims and I find the interface to be very nice.
Pros: "many games available", fun, "easy to use", "battery lasts a long time"
Summary: I was disappointed when i turned it on because the bottom screen goes fuzzy time to time and sometimes a pink line appears at the top of the bottom screen, it was advertised as rather new but the hinge when you open it is weak too so it doesn't stay up.So i feel that the condition of the DS was...
Excerpt: For better, or for worse, Nintendo has had a lasting impact on my childhood. I can still remember the pure joy I felt when I became the proud owner of my Game Boy Color, and cannot forget the hours of intense gameplay I got from my upgraded Game Boy Advance.