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Three New DSi XL Colours in Europe

by Karlie Yeung - September 30, 2010, 7:59 am PDT
Total comments: 7 Source: http://www.officialnintendomagazine.co.uk/article...., (ONM UK)

Green, blue, and yellow launching next week.

The Nintendo Conference DS software line-up video opened opened by showing several colours of DSi models.

Three of these colours will be available in Europe from October 8. The green, blue and yellow colours will be released additions to the DSi XL range.

Nintendo of Europe also released an updated schedule for the holiday season.

DS
New DSi XL colours - 8 October
Professor Layton And The Lost Future - 22 October
Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs - 19 November
Golden Sun: Dark Dawn - 10 December

Wii
Wii Party - 8 October
Flingsmash - 19 November
Donkey Kong Country Returns - 3 December
Mario Party 2 (Virtual Console) - TBC December

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Talkback

Retro DeckadesSeptember 30, 2010

Mario Party 2 on Virtual Console? Has the original Mario Party even been released on VC? It certainly hasn't been in North America.

I own a cartridge of the original and would definitely pick up the sequel on VC if it were made available.

TJ SpykeSeptember 30, 2010

None of the Mario Party games have been released on Virtual Console, in any region.

I would buy one or two of them, I loved the N64 ones (I never played the GCN or Wii ones).

It's probably because of the minigames in the first one that Nintendo got sued over, and they're just avoiding having to deal with that by skipping right to the second one.

Mop it upSeptember 30, 2010

The original Mario Party has not aged well at all, I would say it is not worth playing today and I think Nintendo knows that. Most of the minigames in Mario Party 2 are actually just better versions of the minigames in the original, and all without spastic stick-spinning, so there's no real point in playing the first game. Though if you want only one Nintendo 64 Mario Party, make it 3, that was the best one easily.

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It's probably because of the minigames in the first one that Nintendo got sued over, and they're just avoiding having to deal with that by skipping right to the second one.

I have never heard about any lawsuits. Care to explain?

Quote from: Mop

I have never heard about any lawsuits. Care to explain?

http://news.cnet.com/2100-1040_3-237808.html

Mop it upSeptember 30, 2010

I remember them offering the glove, but I didn't think it was the result of a lawsuit, I thought it was just because of regular complaints.

Manthony ChopkinsSeptember 30, 2010

Now Nintendo decides to come out with a green model...sigh.

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