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Nintendo DSI
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Nintendo DSI

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Overall 9
8.8
Addiction 9
9.0

Nintendo DSi System Review

Cheat Code Central
20 December 2012

Nintendo DSi - Review 2010

recensionivere.net
19 August 2010
  • Excerpt: For us and many of you readers, this week is that bad of return from vacation. Others, however, starting this weekend or the first week of September, and especially to them that we dedicate this article first post-vacation. Those who travel on holiday does not want to carry around a pen and paper, those who hate the sudoku, those "holiday is relaxing", who "I like platforms, point-and-click adventures and - yes - casual games too", can find today the product that was...
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Overall 7
7.0

Nintendo DSi

PC Magazine
2 September 2009
  • Conclusion: The New Nintendo DSi is a lot of fun, but, like the Nintendo Wii, it's not for the hardcore gamer.
  • Pros: Improved Wi-Fi access. Dual cameras. SD Card Slot.
  • Cons: No Game Boy Advance slot. Small library of downloadable games.
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Overall 7
7.0

Nintendo DSi Mario Collection ( Metallic Blue)

CNET
30 August 2009
  • Summary: While not all previous DS owners should upgrade, the DSi is an ambitious and solidly designed portable gaming system.
  • Pros: Adds two larger screens; two 0.3-megapixel cameras; a bit thinner than the DS Lite; exclusive access to the DSi Shop for downloadable games and applications.
  • Cons: No longer supports Game Boy Advance games; lower battery life than its predecessor; Internet security settings are buried and confusing.
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Overall 7
7.0

Nintendo DSi ( Green)

CNET
29 August 2009
  • Summary: While not all previous DS owners should upgrade, the DSi is an ambitious and solidly designed portable gaming system.
  • Pros: Adds two larger screens; two 0.3-megapixel cameras; a bit thinner than the DS Lite; exclusive access to the DSi Shop for downloadable games and applications.
  • Cons: No longer supports Game Boy Advance games; lower battery life than its predecessor; Internet security settings are buried and confusing.
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Overall 9
9.0

Hardware Review: Nintendo DSi

Lawrence.com
19 June 2009
  • Excerpt: As the second overhaul of the Nintendo DS design, the DSi is less about cosmetic changes and more about functionality. The DS Lite was smaller, brighter, and more attractive than the original clunky DS hardware, but the DSi focuses more on its built-in camera and internet features than anything else. Before you turn the system on, the most obvious additions are the two cameras.
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Nintendo DSi Review

Hardware Secrets
15 June 2009
  • Excerpt: When Nintendo came out with their DS handheld gaming system, the dual-screen (DS), touch screen and microphone were revolutionary. Now Nintendo has introduced a new entry in the DS line – the Nintendo DSi. The “i”  or “eye” represents the addition of two cameras. The Nintendo DS Lite is still available at $129.00. The new DSi is currently selling for $169. We decided check out the advantages of the new Nintendo the DSi to see if it is worth the extra cost.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Kidzworld
5 May 2009
  • Excerpt: Watch out world! The Nintendo DSi has got you in its sights! Complete with cameras, a music player and downloadable games, the next generation of DS is looking to make an impact.
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Overall 9
9.1

Nintendo DSi system

AV Club
13 April 2009
Overall 9
9.0

Nintendo DSi

AskMen.com
10 April 2009
  • Summary: Nintendo is ready to start printing some money again, as the release for the super successful DS follow-up, the DSi, hit American soil earlier this month (April). The Nintendo DSi is a sure bet to build on the unprecedented success of the DS Lite, which was introduced back in 2006. Nearly 60 million units later, Nintendo is going to release what it claims is an alternative -- not a replacement -- to the DS, but that's more public-relations-speak than fact.
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