19th October 2006 - This Christmas gamers will be filled with seasonal cheer by a selection of exciting first party games for the Nintendo DS. Owners of the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite will be able to keep themselves busy over the winter months with games including Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team, Yoshi's Island DS and Tenchu Dark Secret.
This year Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite owners will also be able to pass time surfing the internet with the Nintendo DS Browser .
Never know what to do with all those gift vouchers you get for Christmas? Nintendo has the answer with a selection of top games to look forward to at the start of 2007 including Star Fox Command, Diddy Kong Racing DS, Mario Slam Basketball and Pokémon Ranger.
Nintendo DS Hardware / Software
Release Date Q4 2006/ Q1 2007
Nintendo DS Browser - 6 Oct 2006
Sudoku Master - 27 Oct 2006
Nintendo DS Lite Pink Edition - 27 October 2006
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team - 10 Nov 2006
Tenchu Dark Secret - 24th Nov 2006
Yoshi's Island DS - 1st Dec 2006
Star Fox Command - 26th Jan 2007
Actionloop - 26th Jan 2007
Harvest Moon DS (Rising Star Games/Nintendo) - Q1 2007
Mario Slam Basketball - Q1 2007
Magical Starsign (tentative name) - Q1 2007
Diddy Kong Racing DS - Q1 2007
Mario vs Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis - Q1 2007
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice For All (Capcom) - Q1 2007
Pokémon Ranger - Q1 2007
Children of Mana (Square-Enix) - Q1 2007
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