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While Nintendo's 3DS sales haven't exactly set the world on fire, it's good to see that the company isn't sitting back and waiting for sales to disappear. Nintendo has just announced that the price of the DSi and DSi XL have both dropped $50 to $200 and $250 respectively. Of course, having sold more than 3.1 million DS variants, it's hard to believe there are still people without a DS of some description in their homes...

Nintendo has announced they're preparing for a little price-cutting in advance of the 3DS launch. Starting September 12, you'll be able to pick up a DSi for $US129 (down from $US149) and an XL for $US169 (formerly $US189).

Hanging out for an RRP for the DSi XL? Go on, admit it you Nintendo nerd! Well, today's your lucky day. Nintendo have announced that the new handheld - which is practically the same as the old handheld but bigger - will be available in burgundy and bronze from April 15 for the bargain basement price of...

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Three-dee displays make me dizzy. I want to see real 3D without eyeglasses, which is exactly what this new Nintendo DSi game does. It opens a world to a new dimension, and its demo just blew my mind.

Nintendo's next iteration in the DS range of products has just been announced for Australia, and it's about as exciting as you could hope. The DSi XL adds some bulk, particularly in the screen department- expanding them to 4.2-inches.