Rumor Of New Nintendo DS To Hit At E3 2008

Posted: Apr 12 2008, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 7:48am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

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A rumor about Nintendo announcing a new version of its highly successful Nintendo DS sprung up in Japan.

Enterbrain boss Hirokazu Hamamura guesses that Nintendo is announcing a new Nintendo DS portable console at the E3 2008. The E3 Media & Business Summit 2008 is taking place in LA on July 15th – 17th, 2008.
The Nintendo DS Lite has been on the market now since March 2006.
There is room for improvement on the technical capabilities of the Nintendo DS, if you look on what the Sony PSP can do. The screen technology used on the DS is outdated. The media capabilities are just not there really. The question of course is if more performance is needed. The gaming fun of the Nintendo DS is way up there. I have fallen a bit for Brain Age 2. The DS capabilities just are good enough for that.

More details on Bloomberg (Japanese). Via Kotaku.

Our I4U Nintendo DS Gadget Model Cassandra. More photos.

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