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Nintendo DS Lite Cobalt / Black
 
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Included is the 4-Button hardware peripheral which fits smoothly into the DSShred to new tunesChoose from 4 different gameplay modesRock out with six characters including two rockers that are exclusive to the DS versionPick from a vast collection of Gibson guitars and musical venues
< Guitar Hero: On Tour > < Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection > < Nintendo DS Lite Cobalt / Black > < Nintendo DS Guitar Hero On Tour - 3 Pack Rockstar Stylus > < Guitar Hero Aerosmith Wii > < Wii Rock Band Special Edition >




 price: 200
 Activision Inc.(2008-06-22)
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customer 's review
(Works as advertised - keeps a 13 year old happy)

(It works... but not always.)

(guitar hero DS)

(Nice conversion of Guitar Hero for Nintendo DS)

(mother of many)
I bought this as a gift for my 13 year old son. He has had no complaints about it and has played it quite happily for many hours.
Let it never be said that developer Vicarious Visions lacks innovation and ambition: These folks have often tried to push the limit of portable hardware, first with Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 on the Gameboy Advance and then in trying to craft a 60-frames-per-second 3D graphics engine for Spider Man 2 DS on the handheld's launch day.

With the new guitar grip, Vicarious Visions has made the unthinkable happen. Guitar Hero: On Tour IS Guitar Hero on your DS. It's not some cut-down version where you play it with your thumbs, like on a mobile phone, or with the face buttons and d-pad. It's Guitar Hero, in the flesh, with one hand curled up as if its fingers were getting ready to dance across a fretboard, and your other hand ready to pick and strum at a moment's notice.

There are problems, sadly. The issues with this game are largely mechanical, as opposed to with the content. The guitar grip is prone to slipping out of the Gameboy Advance slot during intense play, forcing players to reboot the entire system. It's also quite unwieldy -- and even more prone to slipping out -- for those with large hands. It takes longer to get to a comfortable angle with this peripheral, since your hand is tied down by the unit's strap.

Furthermore, though the strumming "feels" somewhat like strumming thanks to the pick-shaped stylus, the touch screen lacks the tactile "click" feel that comes from either flipping the strum bar on the console versions or actually picking a real string. It's easy to pick at the wrong area when you're not looking, causing alt-strummers to gape in disbelief as they mysteriously miss a series of eighth-notes because their first touch didn't take.

These are two large problems that are severe enough to hamper the fluidity of the gameplay. It is in this sense that the game doesn't always "work." Neither of these problems are necessarily anyone's "fault", instead being due to the nature of the hardware, but surely improvements can be made for the next go round. (How about an anchoring mechanism to keep the grip in place, and less finnicky strumming code?)

The other gripe you might have is hand cramps. Holding your hand in this new awkward position will definitely introduce some pain, and while "omg hand cramp" is a flippant complaint often used by Nintendo DS detractors, it actually does hold true here.

If you can tolerate these issues, then Guitar Hero: On Tour can be just as fun as the console versions if you come in expecting lower-quality sound files and a reduced tracklist. Hammering a tricky solo flat-out works here, and is just as satisfying to your fingers as it is on the console guitars. Shouting at the mic (I prefer clearing my throat) is a serviceable way of activating star power for the score junkie in you, and even though you don't quite feel like you're playing a fake guitar, you still feel like you're pulling off some mean feats when you play on Expert.

All told, Guitar Hero: On Tour is a viable option if you really want Guitar Hero in the car. It plays and feels enough like its console cousin, and is a commendable effort by the developer. Its mechanical issues simply cannot be ignored, however, and you need to be ready to handle them if you're going to plug in.

Having watched my daughter play Guitar Hero on the Wii, I was unprepared for just how much fun it could be played on the DS. The Wii guitar flummoxed me but the add-on for my DS was very easy to get accostomed to, though my wrist was very sore after playing the first time, probably due to the fact that I played for a couple of hours. The music is a good mix and fun to play on easy or hard.
I bought this game with my new Nintendo DS and I had some doubts about it, being a long time fan of the PS2 version. It turns out that it is pretty awesome. I have a few issues with it (you can't slow down parts of a song for practice) but overall it fun and addicting. It is hard to get used to at first, but if you are a fan of the concept, you will end up loving it.
I bought this game for my 1o year old son. He loves it and plays it all the time. I have other children and they all ask for a turn. Their ages age 10-15 and they all play it is nice to see this. Also, I love to hear them say "rock"
Utilizing the revolutionary Guitar Hero Guitar Grip peripheral that fits snugly into the Nintendo DS, and a unique Guitar Hero pick-stylus; Guitar Hero: On Tour brings a new dimension to handheld gaming and gives fans the ability to shred along with their favorite tunes with complete portability. It allows gamers to take the rock-solid Guitar Hero experience wherever they go. The soundtrack features the most diverse set list of master tracks ever offered in a Guitar Hero game, including classic rock, alternative and pop favorites. Fans can prove their shredding skills on the most diverse set list of master tracks ever offered on a Guitar Hero game, including classic rock, pop and alternative favorites such as Nirvana, OK Go and No Doubt

Handheld gamers can now unleash their inner rock star withGuitar Hero: On Tourfor Nintendo DS. You can enjoy the unique Guitar Hero experience and show off your shredding skills with a diverse set of tracks that encompass classic rock, alternative and pop hits. The game comes with the revolutionary Guitar Hero Guitar Grip that fits into the DS and brings new thrills to handheld gaming.













Guitar Hero on Tour
Guitar Grip Controller

Key Features



  • IncludesGuitar Hero: On Tour, Guitar Grip controller, Guitar Grip skin sheet, Guitar Grip strap and Guitar Hero keychain
  • Choose from six awesome characters and unlock five new venues
  • Outfit your character in various styles and select the axe color of your choice
  • Rock out to master tracks featuring songs popularized by Nirvana, OK GO and No Doubt
  • Specifically designed for the unique capabilities of the Nintendo DS

Synopsis

Guitar Hero: On Touroffers gameplay that is easy to play yet difficult to master. Jam to your favorite tunes in Career mode and keep improving your skills. Join together with other players in Co-op mode using a local wireless network, or battle another player in a duel using new Battle Items? blow into the microphone to extinguish pyrotechnics that go wrong, or use the touch screen to autograph a crazed fan's shirt.







Unique Nintendo DS Capabilities

Unique Nintendo DS Capabilities
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Rerations
< Guitar Hero: On Tour > < Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection > < Nintendo DS Lite Cobalt / Black > < Nintendo DS Guitar Hero On Tour - 3 Pack Rockstar Stylus > < Guitar Hero Aerosmith Wii > freaks



Witness the dramatic and thrilling story of this mythical game world brought to life through astounding 3D graphics, gorgeous CG cutscenes and top-notch voice actingCreate a versatile party using the all-new Augment System - a dynamic system that allows the player to assign special abilities to charactersDive into the first RPG to incorporate the innovative Active Time Battle system, now further enhanced and refined for the Nintendo DSNavigate effortlessly through the game with Nintendo DS Touch Screen functionality and stylus-driven controls while receiving vital assistance via the dual-screen presentationTrain and customize Whytkin by playing a variety of mini-games and challenge another player to head-to-head battle via local wireless connection
< Final Fantasy IV > < Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift > < The World Ends With You > < Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen > < FINAL FANTASY IV Official Strategy Guide (Bradygames Official Strategy Guides) > < Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings >




 price: 200
 Square Enix(2008-07-22)
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customer 's review
(Redemption)

(wow)

(Excellent Rendition of FFIV)

(This Is How I Wish All RPG's Would Be)

(Final Fantasy IV)
I'd like to chime in and share my thoughts on this lovely little gem of a game, me being one of those who never played the older FF games, and my first exposure being, FF7, I just have to say that this is quickly becoming my all time favourite Final Fantasy game ever! I'll also note that I'm a huge fan of jrpg's and any rpgs in general, but just the old school turned based is what I love the most. Honestly the portability with the handheld system (DS) is fantastic, I'll just take this with me to work and play on my breaks or waiting for a ride or on the bus or train, it's just great.

As far as the actual game is concerned enough reviewers here have referenced the improvements or irks they might have from the original, or other remakes of this game, I'll just talk from a first time experience, and it's everything I have ever loved about this genre, graphically it's the best I've ever seen on the DS, and the depth and ability to customize using the augmentation system is amazing. I've found some difficulty dealing with certain bosses and the level grinding can be a bit tedious at times, but over all I enjoy it for the sake that I've never had a problem grinding out the levels and can just spend days on end leveling my characters up, and really learning just how to use them to their full advantages.

As far as story is concerned it couldn't get better than this a dark knight, seeking redemption and salvation for the wrongs he's caused, and for such a colourful and viberant world, the story is very mature and dark, dealing with death and betrayal, and ultimately saving the world, it's all very epic. And I can't help but become completely swept up into the world and struggles of each character and every time someone knew is introduced I get really excited and just can't wait to find out more about their personalities and traits.

I'm not quite finished playing through this game, and should probably update this review once finished, but I thought I'd chime in and give this remake the credit it deserves, and can't wait to see even more jrpg's on this system, and a chance to play all these famed classics for the first time, ie, Chrono Trigger, and the DQ series. Thanks to Square Enix I'll be able too!

Ps. Any feedback would be much appreciated.

This is my first Final Fantasy in my life.

It has interesting storyline, very concentrative.

It took me three days to see the ending, 24 hours of playtime,

with cheat codes. I'm afraid how long I would take w/o codes.

The battle system was tactfull, and monotonuose I guess.

Final Fantasy IV for the Nintendo DS system has been re-imagined with an entirely 3-dimensional world. Square-Enix has done wonders with the 1 gigabyte of memory allocated per DS game. From the very first scene the player will see, a beautifully rendered opening of the Red Barons and the main character, to the very end, this game brings about a warm feeling of satisfaction. Many of the significant scenes throughout the story have been blessed with voice acting and high quality models. This game presents the player with an engaging storyline, an enjoyable battle system, and many bits of humor sprinkled throughout. With the added minigames a casual player could spend days trying to master Final Fantasy IV.
Should you play this version when you've played the others?
Yes.

I've played through both the SNES version of this game back in the day and the GBA version more recently. There was a large separation between the SNES and GBA versions so I knew I'd enjoy the story all over again. This time around I was nervous that it would be too close to me playing the GBA version. I worried that this would not hold my attention. I thought this was no more than a graphical update but I couldn't be more wrong.

Let me start by saying the difficulty was a welcome addition to this game. With nearly all Final Fantasy games, the first time you encounter a boss usually concluded with his/her death. This was due to little or no strategy being necessary. This time around, I plan on dying the first time I fight each boss at the least. I see what happened and use that knowledge the next time. For the first time, I found spells like Blink, Protect and Shell, Esuna, and Haste to be compulsory instead of peripheral. Strategy in a US Final Fantasy?! Super cool!

That said, the graphical updates rock. It lends a contemporary feel to the game and nothing is lost. The characters themselves might seem a bit blocky during some cut scenes but, for an on-the-go game, it's very well done.

The game has some voice acting this time around and while it's not Gone With the Wind, it was very well done. Unlike many other games, including games like Final Fantasy X, I enjoyed the voice over and if it's not your thing (for retro gamers maybe), It can be turned off. There are always subtitles.

There's still frosting on this cake. There are new additions like the Augments which allow you to impart some traditional Final Fantasy abilities (e.g. Counter) to your characters. There is a "pet" of sorts that can be used in game as a summon and via wifi for monster battles. It's abilities are improved by playing mini-games.

This is easily one of the best Final Fantasy games I have played in years. There is much more enjoyment to be had with this stellar story than the likes of Final Fantasy XII (bleh!).

Final Fantasy IV is the best of the series. From the animation of the characters to the realistic scenery is quite impressive. The difficulty is very good as one would be bored easier if the play is not as hard. This game can keep your attention for a very long time as you get "hooked" on the play for hours it seems. This game is a make you think sort of game as your advancement depends on you knowlege and grasp of the items you buy and sell in the game. Overall a very good *****.
Final Fantasy IV for DS is a must-play for those looking to jump into the best-selling RPG franchise in the world. Four elemental Crystals, each possessing awesome power, lie scattered throughout the realm. However, men are quick to covet things that offer strength, and easily corrupted by the might that they possess. Seduced by the promised power of the Crystals, the kingdom of Baron begins employing unprovoked force to seize them from peaceful nations. The dark knight Cecil - Lord Captain of Baron's elite force, the Red Wings - is ordered by his king to obtain the Crystals, but soon begins to question the monarch's motives. Stricken with grief at his own actions, yet burdened by his loyalty to his country and his personal sense of honor, Cecil at last decides to turn from the path of darkness and destruction. Enraged, the king accuses him of disloyalty, strips Cecil of his command, and sends him off to slay a mysterious beast that lurks in the nearby Valley of Mist. Cecil embarks on a fateful journey that will bring trials, betrayals, friendship, loss, and self-discovery. Train and customize Whytkin by playing a variety of mini-games and challenge another player to head-to-head battle via local wireless connection
Rerations
< Final Fantasy IV > < Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift > < The World Ends With You > < Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen > < FINAL FANTASY IV Official Strategy Guide (Bradygames Official Strategy Guides) > freaks



DS Lite doesn't just play DS games? it also features an additional port for Game Boy Advance Game PaksGet up to 19 hours continuous gameplay on one charReady to take on the world? With Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, you can connect wirelessly, chat with friends while you play and compete with Nintendo DS owners across the globe. All you need to play is a Nintendo DS and a Wi-Fi-ready gameTwin ultra bright LCD screens that combine crisp, punchy colors, along with touch-screen technology on the lower screenPowerful dual processors bring 3D graphics to life with lightning-fast rendering
< Nintendo DS Lite Cobalt / Black > < Nintendo DS Lite Travel Kit > < Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day! > < Nintendo DS Lite Crimson / Black > < Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! > < Mario Kart DS > < 3-Year Extended Service Plan - Covers Electronic Items $0-$200 - Repair >




 price: 12999
 Nintendo(2008-02-10)
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customer 's review
(I have not received my order yet.)

(My Nintendo)

(Good game but....)

(Nintendo DS Lite Metallic Rose)

(Good transaction)
I have not received my order yet. Can you please send me a tracking #?

My Ninetendo is great. I like the fact that I can play my Gameboy Advance games on it also.
This product is good but has one issue.... the game charger is not universal i.e. input is 120V (US standard)&you would need to buy another charger 240V if you want to use it in Europe or Middle east.
This pretty pink Nintendo DS was the perfect choice for a 10th birthday gift for my bookish granddaughter. She is a well-rounded child who enjoys outdoor play, pulling two younger sisters in a wagon, cooking, music, family activities, writing, art, and reading. But because she is six years older than her closest sibling, she also appreciates quiet time alone. Nintendo DS fills this time wonderfully. Educational and fun games make this another tool for enrichment.
I ordered the pink ds lite with free super saver shipping and it arrived 3 days earlier than the estimated date. I'm not too crazy about the clear shiny plastic on the front and back while the hinge area is matte pink (it made it look like a different tone of pink at first, but I got use to it). The console fits perfectly in my small hands and is much lighter to hold up than the original ds... placement of on/off button, start/select is also very nice.

overall a good transaction from amazon, now just waiting and hoping my hinge won't break like everyone else :) .

Nintendo (USGSBMKB) Cobalt&Black DS Lite
The best-selling video game system in the world has a new cool new color scheme. Like a black T-shirt with a splash of color, the new Cobalt/Black version of the portable Nintendo DS grabs your attention. It looks good whether it's toted in your school backpack, pulled from your purse or riding with you on a family trip. Cobalt/Black marks the seventh color in the Nintendo DS Lite palette. It joins Polar White, Coral Pink, Onyx, Crimson/Black and the limited-edition Gold and Metallic Rose. Now there's a Nintendo DS color to complement any outfit.





Nintendo DS Cobalt/Black in box
Nintendo DS Lite revolutionizes the way games are played with ultra-bright dual screens and touch-screen technology. Connect wirelessly to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and put your skills to the test against players across the room or across the world. With impressive 3D rendered graphics and ultra-bright screens, Nintendo DS Lite delivers cutting-edge portable games for fans of any genre. With the Nintendo DS Headset, you can talk and chat over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection or voice command games.

Features









Nintendo DS Cobalt/Black

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With Nintendo DS Lite, dual screens and touch-screen technology allow you to interact with games like never before. Wireless communication allows you to experience real-time multiplayer gameplay, and the free Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service allows you to compete against players from around the globe.

Dual Screens:
Two incredibly bright LCD screens offer one of the most groundbreaking gameplay advances ever developed. Each 3-inch screen can reproduce a true 3D view, with impressive 3D renderings that can surpass images displayed on the Nintendo 64.

Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection:
Ready to take on the world? Now, with Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, you can connect wirelessly, chat and play with Nintendo DS owners across the globe. All you need to play is a Nintendo DS and a Wi-Fi-ready game. There are no subscription fees -- the service is free!

Touch Screen Technology:
The lower screen offers something never before provided by any dedicated game device: touch-screen capabilities. You no longer have to rely on just buttons to move your character or shift perspectives. Navigate menus or access inventory items simply by touching the screen with a stylus or fingertip. The possibilities are limited only by developers' imaginations. The touch screen features a tougher film cover for durability, and the included stylus is stored in the back of the unit.

Microphone Port:
A built-in microphone port means that with Nintendo DS, you only need to tell your games what to do. The Nintendo DS microphone gives you even more ways to interact with your favorite games.

Wireless Network:
With Nintendo DS Lite, you can connect with a local wireless network of up to 16 players. The wireless range can be an incredible 30 to 100 feet and for some games, multiplayer requires just one Nintendo DS game card.

Note:Nintendo DS Lite wireless communication, including PictoChat, is not private and is not monitored by Nintendo. We recommend that you never reveal any personal information or arrange to meet a stranger.

Rich Stereo Sound:
Nintendo DS Lite sound capabilities allow for greatly expanded use of voices and music, and a richer, more immersive game experience. Stereo speakers allow for virtual surround sound and a plug for headphones transmits stereo sound.

Backward Compatibility:
Nintendo DS Lite features a separate media port for Game Boy Advance cartridges, allowing you to play all your favorite Game Boy Advance games in single-player mode.

Technical Specs:



  • Size (closed): 133 millimeters (5.2 inches) wide, 73.9 millimeters (2.9 inches) long, 21.5 millimeters (0.85 inches) tall.
  • Top Screen: A backlit, 3-inch, transmissive TFT color LCD with 256 x 192 pixel resolution and .24 mm dot pitch, capable of displaying 260,000 colors.
  • Touch Screen: Same specs as top screen, but with a transparent analog touch screen.
  • Wireless Communication: IEEE 802.11 and Nintendo's proprietary format; wireless range is 30 to 100 feet, depending on circumstances; multiple users can play multiplayer games using just one DS game card.
  • Controls: Touch screen, embedded microphone for voice recognition, A/B/X/Y face buttons, plus control pad, L/R shoulder buttons, Start and Select buttons. The stylus is 1 centimeter longer and 2 millimeters thicker than the stylus of the original Nintendo DS.
  • Input/Output: Ports for both Nintendo DS game cards and Game Boy Advance game paks, terminals for stereo headphones and microphone. A removable cover for the Game Boy Advance game pak slot provides added protection from dust and other foreign materials.
  • Other Features: Embedded PictoChat software that allows up to 16 users within local range of one another to chat at once; embedded real-time clock; date, time and alarm; touch-screen calibration.
  • CPUs: One ARM9 and one ARM7.
  • Sound: Stereo speakers providing virtual surround sound, depending on the software.
  • Battery: Lithium ion battery delivering five to 19 hours of play on a four-hour charge, depending on use; power-saving sleep mode; AC adapter.
  • Languages: English, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian.

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With so many adventures waiting to be unlocked, there'll never be a dull moment as you run, float, copy enemies and use Helpers to fight the likes of King Dedede and Meta KnightOn top of a slew of new adventures, the original modes found in the beloved Super NES game, Kirby Super Star, are all here with updated graphics and fully rendered movie scenesThere are also three new touch-screen-controlled mini-games that you can play with up to three friends via DS Download Play ? Kirby Card Swipe, Kirby on the Draw and Snack TracksWireless multiplayer -- Two players can go head-to-head using multiple game cards, and up to 4 can connect using DS Download Play
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 price: 2999
 Nintendo(2008-09-22)
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customer 's review
(Best Kirby Game....BY FAR!)
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