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8.7 out of 10

Nintendo DSi XL

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Expert Review

GameStop
30 March 2011
  • Excerpt: i cant believe i wasted $170 on stupid piece of crud!!!!!!!!! its so bulky and big. and who cares about a stupid bigger screen! i would never recommend this to a friend!!!!!!!!!!!! DON'T BUY IT WHATSOEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks for reading!!!!!!
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Nintendo DSi XL

reviewexplorer.com
30 June 2010
  • Conclusion: The Nintendo DSi XL is a well constructed, excellently finished handheld console that benefits greatly from a larger screen, larger stylus and restrained, more mature design that will net Nintendo a much bigger adult audience. Despite the fact that there’s no real evolution in performance, the DSi XL still feels like a new experience with a bolder, more vibrant display offering more excitement, fun and detail.
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Expert Review

gamerdad.com
16 April 2010
  • Conclusion: Good job Nintendo, it’s a niche your filling, but it suits all of your fans. Now lets do something about your technology and your prices.
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Nintendo DSi XL – not support for old DSiWare games

etechreviews.net
1 April 2010
  • Excerpt: The Nintendo DS is the best selling portable system till now. The company has sold 128 million units around the world and any other gaming console does not become so appealing towards the franchise system. Despite of being commercial success, the Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) has only reached about 57 million. Nintendo also had released the DSi and the DS Lite with large screens and two low-resolution cameras.
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Nintendo DSi XL – not support for old DSiWare games

etechreviews.net
1 April 2010
  • Excerpt: Dual larger touch-screen displays; better battery life; new pen-shaped stylus; preinstalled software and games; revamped viewing angles. Does not support transfer of old DSiWare games; text games look a b it blurry; no improvements over storage and camera; bulky and heavy as compared to its predecessor. The Nintendo DSi XL is powered with 133MHz processor, 16MB RAM and 1.4U firmware. It has inbuilt 256MB memory and micro-SD expansion slot that accepts up to 32GB cards.
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Overall 9
8.5

Hardware Review - 'Nintendo DSi XL'

WorthPlaying
30 March 2010
  • Summary: With extra large screens, built-in software, and a full size, easy to hold stylus, the Nintendo DSi XL proves that the portable gaming experience just grew up.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nintendo DSi XL

GamePro.com
29 March 2010
  • Excerpt: Nintendo's extra large handheld bucks its predecessors' smaller, sleeker designs in light of a heftier frame and wider screen, but is it worth its equally sizable price tag -- especially with the newly announced 3DS on the horizon?
  • Pros: Superior audio quality, sleek yet hefty design, larger screen size benefits both graphics and DS touch gameplay.
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Nintendo DSi XL review

Engadget
26 March 2010
  • Pros: Unmatched durability, Fills a room with sound, Slightly improved battery life
  • Cons: Some games look pixelated, Stiff, shallow buttons unsuitable for longer play, Fingerprint magnet
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Nintendo DSi XL Review

Digitaltrends
25 March 2010
  • Pros: Larger screen size, Still very portable, New matte finish offers better grip, Compatible with DS cartridges
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Review: Nintendo DSi XL

Geek.com
5 March 2010
  • Excerpt: The release of the DSi XL, or DSi LL as it is known in Japan, was a surprise for many. Nintendo had already released three iterations of the DS hardware, and the DSi felt like the final handheld before a complete refresh was due. But that wasn’t the case, and Nintendo decided to go large with what we hope is the final DSi model.
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