Mystery Tales - Time Travel (E)
|Mystery Tales - Time Travel (E)||(EU)||32|
Mystery Tales - Time Travel (U)
|Mystery Tales - Time Travel (U)||(US)||37|
Mystery Tales 2 - The Spirit Mask (E)
|Mystery Tales 2 - The Spirit Mask (E)||(EU)||103|
For hundreds of millions of people all over the world the name Nintendo is synonymous with video games.
While not the first videogame system to launch, the original Nintendo Entertainment Center completely and totally changed the videogame industry from top to bottom. The introduction on the Super Nintendo only took things to another level but then this Japanese company shook things to their very core when they released the Nintendo Game Boy.
Now, for the first time ever, people could play their favorite video games on the go and nothing was the same again.
A couple of different versions of the Game Boy were released after the old school "classic gray box" but nothing really revolutionary hit the shelves until 2004 when the Nintendo DS launched.
This videogame console kept the same handheld form factor of the original Game Boys but included a second screen that flipped up, a second screen that worked in tandem with the primary screen and allowed for a lot of new and innovative games to flood the market.
Originally Nintendo thought that the DS would be an experimental videogame console, expecting it to only capture a small amount of market share and really pushing it as a high-tech gizmo and gadget that some people would find fun but kind of gimmicky.
By the end of 2005, however, more than 50 million Nintendo DS game consoles have been sold and to date more than 154 million Nintendo DS game consoles have been sold all over the world.
Remarkably, the Nintendo DS (and a couple of upgraded models in the DS family) continued to be sold right up until 2013. You can still get your hands on these videogame consoles today, though you should expect to pony up quite a pretty penny if you want to get your hands on something really nice and close to brand-new.
Of course, the real nail in the coffin for the Nintendo DS and every other handheld video game console was the smart phone. These devices gave consumers the same kind of gaming experience in incredibly more powerful form factors, but also combined them with all the other amazing features smart phone technology has today.
That's why Nintendo DS ROMs are so popular right now, especially those that work with emulators that can run on iOS and Android phones and tablets.
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Dive into our extensive library of Nintendo DS ROMs today and relive some of your favorite games you thought you weren't going to be able to play anymore!