Gaming purists scoffed when Apple enthusiasts proclaimed that the Apple iPhone and iPod touch were not only viable mobile gaming platforms, they said that they could be even more popular than conventional gaming handhelds. That claim has now come to fruition with the increasing popularity of Apple’s iOS products.more →
The Nintendo DS family of gaming handhelds has gone through several different incarnations in its relatively short history. The original DS launched in 2004 and it was later updated with the Nintendo DS Lite and, more recently, with the Nintendo DSi. Well, a newer version is almost here and it almost points back to the original.
You might remember hearing about the Nintendo DSi LL launched in Japan, offering a pair of 4.2-inch displays that are 93 percent larger than the screens on the Nintendo DS Lite.more →
It doesn’t feel like it has been all that long since we were first introduced to the Nintendo DSi, being reminded that the regular DS Lite would still be available to us too. Well, another handheld is joining the family and it’s called the Nintendo DSi LL. Yes, all the rumors are true. In a […]more →
You know how the iPod touch is supposed to be so much more than a mere media player? The same thing can be said about the Nintendo DSi, apparently, because Nintendo doesn’t want it to be “just” a portable gaming console. That’s why the big N has just launched some heavy Facebook integration into its […]more →