By Spencer . February 24, 2010 . 12:36pm
If you’ve been dreaming about a Nintendo DS with 93% larger screens compared to a Nintendo DS Lite, the DSi XL is the system for you.
Nintendo announced the Nintendo DSi’s larger and wider sibling will be in stores on March 28. The latest variation will retail for $189.99 and is pre-loaded with: Brain Age Express: Arts & Letters, Brain Age Express: Math, Photo Clock, the Nintendo DSi Browser, and Flipnote Studio. The total value of all of the applications is $18 since the last two are freebies. Pick it up in classy
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America’s Test Kitchen: Let’s Get Cooking and Wario Ware: D.I.Y., a make your own microgame creator, will be released on the same day.
Picross 3D, a picture logic game where you chip away cube, arrives in store about a month later on May 3. Afterwards, Nintendo has 100 Classic Books, a portable collection of literature with works from Shakespeare, Jane Austen, and Mark Twain, on their schedule set for release on June 14.