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Nintendo DSi

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Nintendo DSi

Also known as: iQue DSi (China)
Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
Released in JP: November 1, 2008
Released in US: April 5, 2009
Released in EU: April 3, 2009
Released in AU: April 2, 2009
Released in KR: April 15, 2010
Released in CN: December 15, 2009


DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.


ProtoIcon.png This game has a prototype article

Hmmm...
To do:
Check for more unused content.

The Nintendo DSi was Nintendo's first answer to an upgraded version of the Nintendo DS. It added tons of new features, such as a Wii-like main menu, two cameras, a sound-recording app, a digital store, and all of the features you would find on a regular DS. Well, almost...

The console only lasted for a few years before being overshadowed by the far more successful and popular Nintendo 3DS.

Debug Font

There's a leftover debug font titled debug/DebugFont.NCGR. However, there's no reference to the filename in the code.

DSi-Launcher-DebugFont.NCGR-1.png

Regional Differences

There's some minor language changes to each system menu. Notice how the US and Japanese versions have anti-aliased font, while the Korean and Chinese versions do not.

Europe/US/Australia Japan Korea China (iQue)
DSi-Launcher-HealthandSafety-1.png DSi-Launcher-HealthandSafety-2.png DSi-Launcher-HealthandSafety-3.png DSi-Launcher-HealthandSafety-4.png
Europe/US/Australia Japan Korea China (iQue)
DSi-Launcher-MainMenu-1.png DSi-Launcher-MainMenu-2.png DSi-Launcher-MainMenu-3.png DSi-Launcher-MainMenu-4.png
Europe/US/Australia Japan Korea China (iQue)
DSi-Launcher-MainMenu-5.png DSi-Launcher-MainMenu-6.png DSi-Launcher-MainMenu-7.png DSi-Launcher-MainMenu-8.png

Revisional Differences

Hmmm...
To do:
Make a start on this part, you buffoon.

Version 1.3 added Facebook integration in the Nintendo DSi Camera app.