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Nintendo expects to release its newly unveiled dual-screen portable game system, the Nintendo DS, by the end of the year in Japan and North America with the European launch following in the first quarter of 2005. As I suspected, "Nintendo DS" is not necessarily the final name of the system; Nintendo plans to announce the final name of the system, its expected price, and its launch lineup at a later date.
If I were writing this in the middle of the day, I would write more myself, but since I am writing it in the wee hours of the morning after a drunken neighbor's drunken guest crashed into our apartment below my bedroom window, I will instead quote a press release from Nintendo's E3 media kit:
"More than 100 companies worldwide have received software development kits and are planning games for Nintendo DS. Games in development by Nintendo include a new Super Mario game, a Metroid game, a WarioWare game and PictoChat, software that lets players send instant text and picture messages. Third-party publishers also have announced games in development, including a Spider-Man 2 title from Activision, a Rayman game from Ubisoft, a SpongeBob SquarePants title from THQ, a Yu-Gi-Oh! game from Konami, a Sonic title from Sega, a Bomberman game from Hudson Soft, a Need for Speed game from Electronic Arts and a Pac-Man title from Namco."
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Posted by Brian Sexton at 4:24:00am on Friday, May 14th, 2004 (PDT)