Touch! - Nintendo DS Japanese Commercial

Posted: Sep 27 2004, 1:56am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:59pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 

Touch! - Nintendo DS Japanese Commercial
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Nintendo launches official Nintendo DS web site in Japan and Nintendo DS TV Commercials.

The theme is around the Nintendo DS Touch - Screen as everywhere the word Touch! appears. The official site is also called touchds.jp. On this site is also a media gallery showing two clips from Nintendo's TV Commercials for the DS. The spots are made very minimalistic. White background, a girl in a red dress approaches a Nintendo DS on a long white one-legged table and starts to scribble something with a stylus on one of the DS screens and giggles - Wonder how the US and European commercials will be...
Currently there is only a Nintendo DS product page on Nintendo.com. Below a photo of the Nintendo DS packaging coming to a store near you November 21st for $149.99.

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