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Written on: 04/01/2011 by huder (4 reviews written)
Ds lites are amazing. The Range of games you can also purchase is truly brilliant. The screens have great graphics and should definitely be brought by you. i would reccomend the DS Lite for anyone aged four- one hundred. No matter how bad you think you are at electronic games this Ds Lite could change your life forever. Some games can be educational such as brain training or art acadamy so your child will still be learning something over the summer holidays. Buy the Ds Lite now for £100 or... (read more)
Written on: 27/08/2009 by Ping Li (1 review written)
This week I bought a Refurbished DS Lite for my girls, because she asks for a long time. Considering she is a little girl so I bought this original one for her, she is very happy.The color is pink, and can play a lot of games, the most important is that it only costs me $89.9, but has the same functions as the original DS Lite. So here I want to recommed this website to you: (read more)
Written on: 26/08/2009
Used ds lite can save you a lot of money! It has the same functions as the DS Lite, also it has so many new advantages,for example, there are so much colors for your choosing.Also the console looks great! (read more)
Written on: 12/05/2009 by rogue cheater (4 reviews written)
love the touch screen on the Nintendo DS Lite and how its incorporated in to gameplay, like the mike being integrated too. dont like the fact that most games have annoying repetetive soundtracks, but you cant have everything! :) (read more)
Written on: 11/02/2009 by bountyhunter134
The DS is smaller, has longer battery life and has new technology such as the touch screen but consoles such as the PSP have better and more features and have better graphics and sound quality. Also, the DS games range is too specific to a certain age range and therefore their games are sometimes unsuitable for an older age group. As well as the fact that the games that are suitable for the age group of the buyer are often not very expansive and therefore the buyer often gets bored of the game. (read more)
Written on: 06/02/2009 by kissme2070 (6 reviews written)
***Nintendo DS Lite***
The Nintendo DS is a handheld game console whch has 2 bright screens, 3D technoology and has touch screen technology. It also has wireless communication which means you can challenge your friends and family at any time & anywhere!
* Touch Screen Technology - You can use the touch screen by either using your finger, a blunt instrument or the stylus which is provided.
* Dual Screens - This gives you action on both screens wchih gives you twice the amount of added... (read more)
Written on: 29/01/2009 by boncoh (27 reviews written)
Powerful 3D handheld console with a super accurate touch screen. It's very versital and you can play a very wide variety of games everything from Guitar Hero to Animal Crossing to the Legend of Zelda is at your finger tips wherever you go. The screens are very easy to clean. The console gives you that big console feeling no matter where you are. The battery life is pretty good and the screens are ultra bright. Also, you can get wifi on the lite from a pretty good range. I measured it... (read more)
Written on: 17/01/2009
The Nintendo DS is easy to carry round. Good for all ages - i take it to work and ive had everyone playing it from 6 to 88.
The choice of games isn't the best - Sims 2 is completely different on the ds and is really boring because of it. But new and better games are coming out in the future. Overall it's really good fun. (read more)
Written on: 03/12/2008 by Jaakeyboii (17 reviews written)
Its very fun and pritty cheap :) The Nintendo DS Lite is very fun and the touch screen is amazing and picto chat is very cleaver the graphics are pretty good, and the games are good too :) I like the way it has two screens one touch and they other just a screen :)
its very fun would recommend and brain train is Absolutely amazing and cooking mama its really fun and challenging. (read more)
Written on: 23/11/2008
Nintendo has dominated the handheld market since the Game Boy and it's not really hard to see why; the actual games are fantastic. The PSP may have a multitude of features like MP3 and internet browsing, but if you actually want to play games, get the DS. I'm lucky enough to have both, but if I could only have one, it would definitely be the DS. (read more)
Written on: 21/10/2008 by prettylucky (1 review written)
I was pressured into letting my 5 year old son have a go of my Nintendo DS Lite when I got it. I had to fight to get it back... so now he's got his own. I like to think it's improving his hand/eye coordination and like to ignore that he's in a hideous mood when we drag him away from it.
However, it's good to use for a reward/punishment/bribe too! (read more)
Written on: 15/08/2008 by res2216firestar (1 review written)
My first game system, the Nintendo ds is way better than my expectations, the microphone and stylus make it a better experience, ds games have awesome 3D graphics, it takes dirt cheap game boy advance games too!Overall it's a really cool handheld system, the awesome pros balance out the tiny cons, I would recommend this system to a friend. That is, if all my friends didn't already own one! The touchscreen gets scratched up really easily, sometimes blowing into the mic is hard and gets spit... (read more)
Written on: 27/06/2008 by puma loco
The battery doesn't last very much and my Nintendo DS Lite touch screen has been failing a few times.I for one love the ds and if you have a problem or anything,what is wrong with you? Touch screen is cool, cool types of games end some designed. (read more)
Written on: 19/05/2008 by kerzy1993 (3 reviews written)
The fact that the DS has shown how Nintendo dominates the handheld gaming market says something about it, in that it's easy to play, and the touch screen minigames and the like are often fun, if not repetitive and a bit gimmicky. The Lite can surely only improve on its' success then, as the trend of releasing the same console in a smaller package has only seen success.
The Lite looks interesting enough, although the fact that when GBA cartridges are inserted they stick out. Aside from that... (read more)
Written on: 06/05/2008 by lorr (3 reviews written)
Touch screen eventually scratched. I did have a stick on screen saver at first but didn't replace it once it had worn. So don't make same mistake as me! After about 10 months of use a hinge broke, company did offer to repair it but I didn't want to be without fit or about a month (Saddo I am), but its still going strong 18 months later.
Great little console, Daughter has a psp but she prefers to play on my ninetendo. Wish there was more games available for us old codgers though. (read more)
Written on: 01/05/2008 by carmonkeycasino
I liked the touchscreen, it works very well and its well developed. The battery life is excellent. Its light and compact.
Overall its ok, don't expect an amazing gaming experience but its fine if you like to pick it up now and then and mess around. Therefore well recommend the Nintendo DS Lite. (read more)
Written on: 29/04/2008 by xfavouriteworstnightmarex (5 reviews written)
I may have only had my DS Lite for just over a week but I can't find any problems with it whatsoever. I believe some people have experienced problems with it and the big danger is if the stylus won't make contact with the screen, you can no longer play DS games on it but I don't expect this would happen. Overall, they're some amazing games available for this, just general fun games like Cake Mania, Nintendogs and Brain Age. But they're also many adventure games for a wider audience, such as,... (read more)
Written on: 23/03/2008
The Nintendo DS Lite is pretty good. Not too expensive. Good for all ages, the whole family will love this. Easy to use, even for middle aged women! Not a confusing array of buttons like the PSP. Can't think of any yet, but may be the lack of buttons means that there is less ability to play complex games (may be!). Im glad I read the Nintendo DS lite reviews here and made a good choice. (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2008 by bandittig (2 reviews written)
Easy to use, light and addictive.
Addictive, expensive (needs to be about £15 cheaper) games expensive (buy used).
'm 44 and am addictive to this little games console great fun and you can play multi players on the same game. Took ages to find one just after Christmas but managed to get one from HMV. (read more)
Written on: 13/03/2008
Nintendo DS Lite is a portable wonder I love it!
There are none as far as I am concerned.
I think that this is the perfect thing for any young child who loves playing games. A perfect present for birthdays or Christmas. (read more)
Written on: 13/02/2008 by NikkiSumpter (2 reviews written)
A good piece, worth the money, ... White does gather dirt under the plastic so best to get in black. (read more)
Written on: 23/01/2008
Altogether a lot better fantasies I would be thrilled to see the Nintendo DS go down in price though! (read more)
Written on: 23/01/2008
The Nintendo DS Lite has been really fun and cool to use, Personally I've enjoyted it more than any other computer console. If its a fun portable game console you are looking for I would recommend the DS Lite. I have not yet come across a bad point! It's very interactive, small so you can take it anyone, practical, easy and fun to use with lots of Nintendo Games! (read more)
Written on: 20/12/2007
If you are not addicted to video games like I was before I bought the DS lite you will get addicted the minute you turn it on. No1 Christmas gift for all loved ones. (read more)
Written on: 18/12/2007 by MMiinnzziiee (3 reviews written)
It comes in different colors e.g:pink, light blue, black, white, gold,coral pink purple pink, silver, lime green, emerald, red etc..... some of these colors are only in specific countries.I think the Nintendo DS lite is a good present for a child aged between 7-14 years of age. (read more)
Written on: 04/11/2007 by xrockrosesx
The Nintendo DS lite is an all new much improved version of the DS. It is 21% lighter and much smaller and compact. Previously, when the DS came out even major Nintendo fans couldn't help but admit that the DS was, well hideous. At the time of its release the Nintendo was like the ugly duckling, in more ways than one - the DS was ugly, heavy, bulky, and was like the odd one out from the competition hand held consoles. And if the overall design isn't bad enough, both screens in the DS were... (read more)
Written on: 25/10/2007 by sertylinef
The thing that she said was that it was ancient even though it had only been out about 2 years i didn't think it was ancient.
I took the present back and got her a cosmetic set that she adores !!
so unless you have a very polite loving doesn't care what she get teenager then don't get one!! (read more)
Written on: 17/09/2007 by ukwarwickdood (5 reviews written)
The Nintendo DS Lite is a good console and I'd certainly recommend it. It's fairly cheap as this sort of technology goes, and the games are well built little cartridges which I would imagine could probably survive a few days in sharing a pocket with some melted sweets.
A good range of games, and compatibility with the Nintendo GBA give you even more reason to buy, and if you're into the homebrew scene you can also run Nintendo Gameboy and NES games using Movie Advance. (read more)
Written on: 03/04/2007 by Rabbit banger (15 reviews written)
The DS in my opinion is not good looking; its chunky, dull and boring, its like carrying a brick in your pocket........not anymore! The DS has evolved [pokemon pun] into a DS lite. Yes apart from the obvious it is lighter and also its no longer dull and boring the brightness of the screen has increased and its no longer chunky. It has looks of an Apple Macbook with Nintendo's clever touchscreen its very slim as well. The choice of games is good also and so is the connectivity. It is fun and... (read more)
Written on: 03/04/2007 by damonskins (1 review written)
Really entertaining! And more an more good games are coming out! (read more)
Written on: 24/01/2007 by carternm31 (67 reviews written)
The Nintendo DS is a great little hand held console. I have the DS lite, which is also slimmer and lighter, which makes a lot of difference. The range of games are excellent and it is all very clever to remember what time you said you were going to meet someone on Animal Crossing. Not only that, brain training is a great game as the touch screen on the DS is so accurate. The battery lasts forever and it only takes an hour to fully charge again. This has to be the best buy I've made in a long... (read more)
Written on: 28/10/2006 by Greentoastrack (11 reviews written)
The original Nintendo DS amazed us all with it's bright backlight, long battery life and sleek design. Then came the DS Lite. The light is brighter, the battery life is longer and the design is even sleeker.
Nintendo has always been the leader in the handheld games console market, and I believe now is no exception. Nintendo were against some stiff competition as well, from console giants Sony. But in many aspects Nintendo won the battle of the handheld consoles.
The battery life lasts... (read more)
Written on: 29/09/2006 by TwinCam (32 reviews written)
The Nintendio DS Lite is great! It has great games, it's very original, and it's not just for kids, as I once said in my PSP review. It is marketed for 18 - 34 year olds, which it pulls off, and it looks very cool. I am 24, and I'm not embarrassed by owning one. Although with the original DS I might have been. My girlfriend really loves it, and very soon I will get her one, as the multiplayer games are great. I feel now that the DS is the better machine. It's better because it's not trying... (read more)
Written on: 29/08/2006 by apediscotron (3 reviews written)
I traded in my original Nintendo DS (DS Fat) for thin. The Nintendo DS Lite is easier to hold, has good screens, and now has an iPod like coolness factor. (read more)