"Not what it's cracked up to be."2.5 starson by flamethrower55
Pros: Camera, music storage, picture quality
Cons: Price, weak touch screen, games too expensive
Summary: Well I can't really say much but to be honest, I am not a fan of the DSi. I can't see the point in all the hype about it, with people saying ' The best handheld ever', but when it came out, it was worse than egg flavoured ice cream. It was terrible. For starters, it was way too pricey. In the UK, it would set you back at least £160, which with that, you get no games, no starter pack, no awesome case, no bonus pens. You just get the console, and over in the UK, you don't get the memory stick with it. You have to buy them in camera shops, and they overcharge you, big time. Also, the DSi's touch screen, it's just too weak. I tapped it medium strength because the game said, ' Tap hard here', so I did, and what happens? The screen breaks, and then you have to send it to Nintendo, which is all the way in Japan, and then they mend the screen for you, and charge you at least £95 for it. Typical. However, the stupid piece of Japanese malfunction has two good things. The first is the intergrated cameras. Now these are quite cool, as you can enhance the pictures to either make you laugh, or make you smile. The last thing is the voice recording system. You can make your voice sound anyway you want. It can sound like you're in a tunnel, or it can sound like you're speaking through a trumpet. But all in all, probably one of the worst handheld consoles I have ever had a go on. I would totally recommend the DS Lite because it's cheap and they are good all-rounders. That is all.