Nintendo DS lite

Looking to buy a hand held gaming system for someone? I highly recommend the Nintendo DS Lite. The Nintendo DS Lite, actually offers up many educational games for kids and adults. The device employs innovative dual-screen and microphone-enabled game play as well as Wi-Fi multiplayer capabilities, allowing for a growing list of original and fun games that you can not play on any other system. It is fun for all ages as you can challenge other players in a mental, reflex, and eye coordination games, while also secretly learning new vocabulary and math strategy.

I personally recommend Big Brain Academy and Brain Age which are both extremely fun and challenging; the better you get the faster the questions go and so on. Nintendo DS Lite also just came out with a few games called My Spanish Coach & My French Coach, which have rave reviews on helping learn a foreign language. I hear they are coming out with My Italian Coach and My Japanese Coach so be looking for those on Nintendo DS Lite also offers what started it all, the New Super Mario Bros game as well!

I think this game is all around fun offering a lot of different choices of games and ways to play them. If I was looking to buy my son, daughter, or anyone else I knew, a hand held game for Christmas, holiday or a birthday, it would most defiantly be Nintendo DS Lite 🙂

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Comment by Laura Subscribed to comments via email
2008-08-01 21:39:52

have you heard about a release date for my italian coach?

Comment by Ann-Lindsey
2008-08-02 07:48:50

I am sorry but I have not heard about the release date yet but we all hope it is soon!

Comment by Annabell-e
2009-02-15 01:53:16

I really want a My Italian Coach. Is there a website for the My _ Coaches?

Comment by Ann-Lindsey
2009-02-15 10:29:16

The creators of the My * Coach software is UBI Soft and you can get more information on their website at

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