Video games meet indie music in this quirky little animated music video for artist the ghost in you. The clip was entirely animated on a Nintendo DSi handheld, using Flipnote Studio.
True to its name, Infinite Space is surprisingly deep for a DS game; this Domination Trailer shows off ship customization, which is enough to make any space geek trip the light fantastic.
Nintendo’s super-sized DSi LL will be available in Japan 11/21; it features a larger 4.2″ screen, 13-17 hours of battery life, and two touch pens, but is otherwise internally like the DSi.
Available 10/27/09: epic launch trailer aside, we have high hopes for Nostalgia, a steampunk RPG for the DS; it’s developed by the same team that brought us FF III and IV for the DS.
If you were wondering how Band Hero, Activision’s almost-Guitar Hero would work on the DS, wonder no more: it’ll get both drum and finger-grip guitar attachments and a vocal mode.
We’ve seen custom cases, but these custom styluses put the “poke” in Pokemon; made by the 3D printers at Shapeways, choose from Zelda, Mario Bros or your own custom shape.
While it won’t transform your DS Lite into a Cybertronian, this DS Lite Transformers Kit makes up for it with a ridiculously embellished stylus; choose from Bumblebee or Megatron.
It’s official: Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron is coming to the DS and PSP this all; you’ll get to play Luke, Vader and more with 16 players on the PSP and 4 players on the DS.
The folks over at TechRestore have taken a stop motion sledgehammer to a Nintendo DSi, compiling over 1,000 images of Nintendo’s latest pride and joy in various states of undress.
While the Overlord is away, the Minions come out to play: Overlord: Minions lets you take control of five minions on the Nintendo DS as they solve puzzles, fight enemies and get minion-y.
Epic space battles, maniacal villains and cherubic heroes with wild hair: Infinite Space’s trailer honors anime’s grandest traditions and is based on Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End.
If you’re one of the few holdouts without a DS, the Nintendo DSi will be reaching North American shores this April 5th; it’ll come with two cameras and be available in blue or black.
Three years have passed since our favorite plumbers went on their last adventure, but Mario & Luigi RPG 3 will arrive in Japan on 2/11; there’s still no word on a US release date.
One thing we learned in our days drinking studying at college is that you can never have too many party games; MySims Party is coming to the Wii and the DS with 50 mini games.
Add Big Bang Mini to your “play while drunk” list: it’s a crazed version of Galaga, with 100 levels of clowns, monkeys and superheroes that explode like a mega July 4th/New Year’s party.
Tom Clancy’s EndWar is available for nearly every platform under the sun, but we actually like the simplified DS and PSP versions most; they’re turn-based with 20 units per faction.
Although it’s not scheduled for release stateside, this Dragon Quest IX trailer really wowed us with the DS’ graphic abilities; the game features co-op multiplayer and turn-based combat.
Although official plans for a US release are murky, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days should please Nintendo DS fans. It focuses on Roxas between Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts II.
January ’09 can’t come soon enough: this trailer for Retro Game Challenge demos a gaggle of 80s-ish games; although subtly renamed by we know R.C. Pro Am when we see it!
The Nintendo DSi is a slimmer version of the DS; it axes the GBA slot but gets a larger 3 1/4″ screen, a 3 MP camera, built-in browser and SD slot. It’ll launch 11/1 in black and white.
This latest “Combat Chain” trailer for Tom Clancy’s WW3 RTS, End War, briefs players on various unit classes. Not much gameplay, but you won’t have to wait long: it’s coming 11/4.
Korg’s DS-10 transforms your Nintendo DS into a virtual MS-10 synthesizer, with a six track / 16-step sequencer, as well as note entry via touch screen, keyboard or matrix screen.
It’s only available in Japan, but that doesn’t stop us from ogling this leather-bound Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia notebook. Comes with the game and a two-CD soundtrack. Thanks, CirusX!
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