Nintendo DSi Family Receives Lower Prices

Nintendo DSi Lower PricesNintendo announced that the Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL portable game systems will receive lower prices from the 12th of September, 2010. The Nintendo DSi handheld will be priced at $149, while the Nintendo DSi XL will be priced at $169.99. The older Nintendo DS Lite model, however, will still have the same price tag of $129.99.

Being the best selling family of video gaming systems, the new prices will offer amazing value for the money of the consumers.

“We know shoppers want to get the maximum value out of every dollar they spend,” said Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. “Our new Nintendo DSi prices make it easier than ever for consumers to access the tremendous variety of games, applications and social tools on the Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL systems.”

The Nintendo DSi family of portable gaming console has a huge library of 1,300 packed games, with more than two hundred downloadable games on the DSiWare. Both the DSi and the DSi XL handhelds are equipped with two cameras, one being on the frond, and one on the back, to provide a more social experience. The DSi software offers the ability to upload photos directly to your Facebook account, with only one click of a button. The Nintendo DSi XL handheld features a 93% larger screen than the one on the DS Lite.

For more information check out nintendodsi.com

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