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I’ve nothing to say, but I’m obliged to comment on any Nintendo-related entries from people I know.
would any one of you know wat the DS in nintendo ds lite means? would appreciate an answer…thans
According to Wikipedia, it stands for “Developers’ System” and “Dual Screen”.
This looked very cool (after I searched around to work out what R4 DS and DS Colors were). But the DS only supports WEP! eek. I guess I won’t be going down this road any time soon. Shame a PSP doesn’t have the touchscreen though.
I picked up this reference from Andy Piper talking about you sketchblogging. Maybe now I’ll find a good use for my Wacom bluetooth… If only I could clear some space on my desk.
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I love that sketching it looks good :)
@ andy piper
PSP doesn’t have a touch screen but still they have a very good control pad which ceases the need for a touch screen.
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