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 Mar 17, 2005 - 01:45 PM - by Michael
* TrustedReviews on the DS

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TrustedReviews has reviewed the DS - and they like it.
So the best and the worst thing about the DS is that Nintendo certainly isn?t playing safe. If you want the games you play on your TV in a unit that fits in your hand, then the PSP is going to blow your mind. The DS won?t do the same, but it does bring you something genuinely different. Buying one is a bit of a leap of faith, but for every person who dismisses it outright, there will be someone else who picks it up and remembers the days when games used to be a lot less complex and ? perhaps ? a bit more fun. Who knows? If Nintendo finds enough of them, the DS may not seem so crazy after all.i>
After trying out the PSP, I've been less than impressed, but I'm loving my DS.
 

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