On November 21, 2004, a new handheld came out, that is, the Nintendo NDS. The most advanced handheld of this era, equipped with dual screens, touch screens, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other functions. Its debut price is also quite affordable, priced at $149.99.
The hardware parameters of NDS are unparalleled, and its dual screen, touch screen and other advanced features have become the new favorite in the handheld market. NDS has a unique design concept that allows players to easily control characters and scenes in the game using their fingers. In addition, it supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing players to play online or transfer data with other handheld users.
Once launched, NDS quickly took over the handheld market and became one of the most popular handhelds of all time. According to Nintendo, the NDS sold more than 150 million units worldwide, setting a sales record.
In addition to the dual-screen design, NDS also has some unique games that are both loved by players and embody the powerful gaming performance of NDS. Among them, the Legend of Zelda series, Pokemon series, Mario Bros. series and other games are classics that have attracted the attention of countless game lovers.
Pokémon cartridges on NDS
Later, Nintendo introduced upgraded handhelds such as NDSi and NDSi XL, which not only added higher screen resolutions and larger screens, but also added some new games. These upgraded handhelds continue to maintain the market share and popularity of NDS.
Recalling NDS, many gamers will sigh: the game at that time was the real classic! The advent of NDS has made players feel an unprecedented gaming experience and made NDS a history worth remembering.
NDS is a far-reaching handheld that made handheld history with its dual-screen design and touchscreen technology. Although NDS has now been eliminated by the times, its influence and status are still unshakable. It will forever be remembered as a revolutionary handheld in handheld history, not only becoming a favorite of many gamers, but also a milestone in the history of gaming.