It was uglier than Kevin Federline
he’d been hit by the ugly stick.
And thus, the DS Lite was born. Taking a clear page of styling from Apple’s well-guarded crystal white playbook, Nintendo redesigned the DS into a slim package while not only retaining all the features that made the original DS such a success, but even enhancing a few, such as screen brightness.
The result? I love my DS, but the aesthetic geek inside me wishes I had held off on buying it for six months. Nintendo has announced that the
DS Lite will launch in North America on June 11, for $129.99
(the same price the original DS fetched at the time of its release).
So…anybody looking to buy an original DS? Help a brother out.