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Monday, 29 September 2008 11:35

Will Nintendo announce DS Advanced?

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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On October 2nd

 

Rumors are going around that Nintendo might be launching a new iteration of their favorite little bestseller, the DS. Since Nintendo is holding a conference on October 2nd, it is said that this just might be the D day, or in this case should we say DS day.

Although Nintendo had some great times with DS sales, they still projected less sales than last year that led some to believe that a new iteration is in order.

This new version will allegedly not be a completely new device, but rather advanced version and it will feature camera functions, music playback and wireless capabilities.

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