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    Articles - Nintendo DS: What does the future hold?

    A new DS model on the horizon, or is Nintendo ready to launch a new hand-held?
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    Re: Articles - Nintendo DS: What does the future hold?

    Quote Originally Posted by HEXUS View Post
    I guess with piracy being so rampant on the DS the sooner they can release a new system the better.

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    Re: Articles - Nintendo DS: What does the future hold?

    These rumours have been going around for six months on the gaming blogs. I'd love to think there was something to it and the article has a lot of valid points but I honestly don't think anyone has taxed this system to the point where it cannot handle any more. Games like Ninja Gaiden DS look gorgeous and I can only imagine that larger cartridge sizes would allow for higher textures and better sound quality.

    My DS needs fixing as it has a faulty power button at the moment (though it still works) so I'd love a new handheld system that's not a PSP lol

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    Re: Articles - Nintendo DS: What does the future hold?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBloodyNine View Post
    I guess with piracy being so rampant on the DS the sooner they can release a new system the better.
    As with every other console/handheld, give it a few weeks and the firmware hacks, chips and bypass carts are out. No matter what they do, the pirates will always find a way round it.

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    Re: Articles - Nintendo DS: What does the future hold?

    Sure, but rampant? I doubt it's seriously affecting sales.

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