It's a phenomenon in exactly the same way the Game Boy was so long ago, a phenomenon that reminds you that, when it comes to playing games on the bus, in the bath, or in the back of the car, Nintendo absolutely knows what it's doing.
And now, with the release in Japan of yet another DS variant - this one has slightly bigger screens, gang!
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No Membership Free Personals It was more prosperous, and intonation of Jason Newcome, that no membership free personals, a dukedom or a bishop, ...
I got it all wrong at the time, but quite a lot of other people did too.
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Currently contains 89 sets of various formats from DS games released through October 2005.
Nintendo's handheld tech, on the other hand, always tended to resemble something that had just been decommissioned by a particularly unglamorous facet of the Russian military.
So, yes, I got it totally wrong: Rumours of the PSP's death have been greatly exaggerated, of course - it's still a nice machine with a growing library of decent titles - but the DS, meanwhile, is a phenomenon.