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Re: Kumpulan news dan articles NDS
« Reply #30 on: February 16, 2009, 10:35:58 pm »

Knight in The Nightmare (June 2,2009)

ATLUS ANNOUNCES KNIGHTS IN THE NIGHTMARE™ FOR NINTENDO DS™, PREPARES TO EMBRACE THRILLED FANS
Those of you playing "Announcement BINGO" at home, please cover up the square for Knights in the Nightmare, because it's coming to North America. What kind of game is it, exactly? Glad you asked!

Simply put, Knights in the Nightmare is a gaming experience unlike anything else. And we're not just saying that. You are a magical wisp with the power to guide spirits of dead knights, helping to free their trapped souls by cleansing a tainted castle. Your movements on the touch screen precisely control the wisp on the top screen, allowing for immediate, accurate gameplay. Special attacks, dodging projectiles, and collecting items couldn't be any faster or easier. There is a learning curve, a steep one, but the incredibly comprehensive and at times interactive tutorial has you covered. Manage and equip items, level the knights you command, and pay heed to what you're up against in each battle, as a little forethought can often make all the difference.

Then there are the game's visual and aural components. This is one of the most stylish, beautifully-conceived games for Nintendo DS. The score matches the game's themes perfectly; somber at times, intense and charged with energy at others. Knights in the Nightmare also pays close attention to the little things, conveniences intended to make life easier for the gamer. And because finishing the game once unlocks the ability to play through again from a different perspective -- through the eyes of the antagonist -- you'll certainly want to play through again.

Knights in the Nightmare is scheduled for release on June 2nd with an MSRP of $34.99. We'll share much more about this one in the near future... stay tuned!

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« Reply #31 on: February 16, 2009, 10:37:12 pm »

SHIN MEGAMI TENSEI®: DEVIL SURVIVOR (June,23 , 2009)

ATLUS WELCOMES NEW DEMON OVERLORDS WITH RPG/SRPG HYBRID SHIN MEGAMI TENSEI®: DEVIL SURVIVOR™ FOR NINTENDO DS™
Faithful, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor is coming to North America this June. It represents the first venture for the series onto Nintendo DS, and brings with it a unique RPG/SRPG hybrid engine, sure to be a breath of fresh air for genre fans. ZOMG, Faithful. ZOMG, indeed.

This is a complete SMT experience; nothing has been lost in the translation to a handheld. Character customization is as deep as ever, with players given the ability to manually apply stats to not only their party characters, but their demons, too. The process of collecting and fusing demons plays out differently than in any SMT game prior, with a new Demon Auction system completely changing how players acquire new demons. The combat engine, a hybrid of tactical maps and old-school first-person battle, is refreshingly different and pleasantly fast, sparing players the exposition of other RPGs and letting them get through the action as fast as they'd like.

Even the game's story breaks a few traditional RPG clichés. For one, you're not out to save the world. The Japanese government has gone ahead and taken care of that for you. Trouble is, they did so by putting a part of Tokyo under quarantine. I guess they were worried all those invading demons that appeared out of nowhere might get out... demons you're now kinda trapped with. Forget saving the world; start with trying to save yourself! Decisions made throughout the game will affect the course of the story, ultimately ending in a showdown where your choice of alliance will determine the survival of thousands.

Devil Survivor Teaser

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor locks down your free time on June 23rd with an MSRP of $29.99.

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Re: Kumpulan news dan articles NDS
« Reply #32 on: February 16, 2009, 11:18:40 pm »

sapphire, bagus2 infonya!  [thumbsup] kl liat info2 gitu pasti banyak yg mo beli NDS.

Oya ada majalah Square-Enix buat NDS nih

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http://mediaus.gamerzines.com/download/Square-Enix-Magazine-Issue-1.pdf
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« Reply #33 on: February 17, 2009, 12:43:53 am »

iya thank you

ayo ramaikan kalo ada ketemu news dan artikel menarik NDS
jadi sama sama ngepost ga cuma gue doank yg post heheee [thumbsup] [thumbsup]
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« Reply #34 on: February 17, 2009, 11:47:18 pm »

3396 - Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride (Europe) rilis  :D :D :D
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« Reply #35 on: February 18, 2009, 09:53:48 pm »

http://ds.ign.com/articles/954/954616p1.html

US Nintendo DSi Hands-on
Our impressions of the English version of Nintendo's enhanced handheld.
by Craig Harris

February 18, 2009 - After nearly three years on the market, the Nintendo DS Lite is about to be upgraded with the next generation of Nintendo handhelds: the Nintendo DSi system. The DSi continues the tradition of touch-screen, dual-screen portable gaming, but thanks to technology becoming cheaper over the years Nintendo's been able to incorporate new elements and improve old ones to the handheld model.

The Nintendo DSi has been available in Japan since October 1st, 2008. The system in that territory is a hardware upgrade to the Nintendo DS Lite, but it's also a companion to the previous generation: both systems coexist in Japan at two different pricepoints. The Nintendo DS Lite is the "classic" to the Nintendo DSi's "premium." That same mentality will be brought to North America when the Nintendo DSi launches in the US.

Early last week Nintendo of America showed up at the IGN offices with the final production version of the North American Nintendo DSi system. The system will launch in this territory on April 5th for $169.99, 40 dollars more than the current generation Nintendo DS Lite. Though all the photos that Nintendo has sent out are of the black model, the company will release the DSi in both black as well as blue on launch day.



The DSi tweaks the Nintendo DS Lite model, and adds a few new functions. Most notably are the built-in cameras, both inside the unit for taking pictures of yourself while playing, and outside for taking pictures of your friends and unsuspecting victims. When the external camera is enabled, the system has an LED that illuminates to indicate that you might be caught on "film." The system also has built-in writeable EEPROM space, much like the Nintendo Wii system. There are 256 megabytes of rewriteable memory inside the unit, used for pictures, music, and downloaded software. Along with the internal memory is the SD card slot where users can store additional photos as well as import images and music from a personal computer.

The camera is definitely one of the system's coolest features. It only offers 640x480 resolution in its pictures, but the options to tweak the pictures before and after they're taken is something that you really have to experience. You can stretch and squash your friend's picture using "Distortion," or adjust the colors using the "Color Pad." In "Mischief" you can have the built-in face tracker apply glasses, mustaches, or cat ears on your friends, or you can use "Emoter" to turn your friends angry or sad even when they're at their happiest. There's even a mode called "Resemblence" that will compare two faces and tell you just how similar they look.

Also built into the unit is a full-featured music player. Bring in any AAC-formatted music files and play them through the system speakers or headphones. While the file plays, you can adjust the speed and pitch of the audio, even reverse it using a very cool touch-screen interface. There's also an audio recorder where you can create your own samples using the Nintendo DSi system's microphone and perform the same effects. While the audio plays you can watch the system visualize the sounds in tons of ways, from the standard color bursts to an old school Super Mario Bros. option where the coins rise and fall depending on the intensity of the music.

The Nintendo DSi also has enhanced Wi-Fi capabilities. The system has six different profiles for Wi-Fi settings; the first three profiles are for Nintendo DS-compatible games, and just like on the Nintendo DS and DS Lite the system can handle hotspots without encryption as well as basic WEP protection. The second three profiles in the DSi Wi-Fi options menu are for Nintendo DSi-native software, including the DSi Shop Channel as well as the downloadable Opera Browser. These second-tier profiles can use enhanced encryption, including WPA and WPA2. It has to be noted that, to remain compatible with the Nintendo DS and DS Lite, existing online DS games can only use the first three profiles which cannot use the enhanced WPA protection.

There are smaller additions to the DSi system that might go unnoticed if you weren't looking for them. One such function is the ability to swap DS cards in and out of the system without powering down the unit; on an original Nintendo DS and DS Lite, the system would lock up if you popped a card out of the system without turning it off. Also, when you tap the power button on the system, the DSi will boot back to the main menu instead of turning off. It's a simple addition, but it makes switching games and menu navigation that much quicker. The Nintendo DSi utilizes a "channel" system much like the Nintendo Wii. Downloaded games are assigned a channel within the unit's menu system, and you navigate to the different channels with a very intuitive touch screen interface. You can rearrange the channels to prioritize their order in the navigation using the touch screen as well. And with the updateable firmware, Nintendo can continue to add and enhance abilities to the Nintendo DSi system as time goes on.



With the additions comes an omission: the Nintendo DSi system does not contain a Game Boy Advance slot. This means that A) GBA cartridges will not be playable on the Nintendo DSi, and B) Nintendo DS games that utilized the GBA slot for peripherals -- like Guitar Hero: On Tour and Tony Hawk's Motion -- won't work on the Nintendo DSi.

We've had the Japanese system for months, so Nintendo of America didn't have much in the way of new details for us. We did get a chance to peruse all the menus in English now, and it was great to see all the different camera modes labeled in their US forms. We did learn about one specific function in our hands-on with the US version: if you hold the Select button and tap the Volume control buttons on the side of the system, you'll raise and lower the brightness of the LCD screens. On the Nintendo DS Lite, you could only adjust the brightness from within the main system menu. With this new DSi brightness control, you can adjust it within a game, handy for when, say, your battery power's running low and you want to squeeze as much gaming out of the system before they run dry.

The Nintendo DSi will be released in the US on April 5th for 169.99 in two flavors: black and blue. Hit the image gallery for lots of shots of the black issue.

Black and Blue? ???
bukannya putih

wahh penasaran Bluenya warnanya kayak apa
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« Reply #36 on: February 20, 2009, 04:44:20 am »

DSi Dated for Europe
Coming two days before US release.
by Martin Robinson, IGN UK

UK, February 19, 2009 - Nintendo's new DSi will launch in the UK on April 3 – some 2 days before its release in the US – at a retail price of 149 GBP.

A third iteration of Nintendo's hugely successful handheld hardware, the DSi adds two cameras while slimming the proportions, and perhaps most significantly adds both an SD card slot and 256MB of memory, transforming the DS into a multimedia tool. The first generation of DS launched in 2004, its bulky design refined for the DS Lite in 2005.

Although Nintendo is yet to officially announce the April 3 release date and 149 GBP price point, a Times report is carrying details. We'll check with Nintendo for confirmation.

The DSi has was first shown to the public last October - and has the potential to be a substantial revision for the aging hardware. Our US team also had the priviledge of going hands-on with the English version of the DSi - have a squint over here for more details.

http://ds.ign.com/articles/955/955273p1.html

Nintendo DSi – Date and Price Announced for AU
Find out the details!

by Cam Shea, IGN AU

Australia, February 18, 2009 - Nintendo Australia today announced that the Nintendo DSi will be available in Australia and New Zealand on the 2nd of April. It will retail for AU SRP $299.95 and NZ SRP $375.00 respectively.

The system expands upon the DS Lite design, adding in significant new functionality. The system has larger screens, it has 256MB of built-in storage, as well as an SD card slot, it has improved speakers, it has two built-in cameras - one inside and one outside - and it's now slightly slimmer.

By comparison, the DSi will retail for US $169.99 when it launches in the US on the 5th of April, which is only US $40 more than the current price of the DS Lite. The leap in price is more significant in Australia, with the DSi retailing for a full AU $100 more than the Lite (or roughly US $64).

http://ds.ign.com/articles/955/955135p1.html
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« Reply #37 on: February 20, 2009, 04:51:43 am »

Blue DSi Photo













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« Reply #38 on: February 22, 2009, 05:05:29 am »

Nintendo Details 3D Picross
Download new puzzles via Wi-Fi!
by John Tanaka

http://ds.ign.com/articles/955/955913p1.html

February 20, 2009 - In typical fashion, Nintendo Japan has waited until pretty much the last minute to share details on what will probably be one of next month's biggest DS games over in Japan. 3D Picross (or, as it's known in proper Japanese, Rittai Picross) hits Japan on March 12, and at long last received an official website today.

3D Picross is, as the name would suggest, a 3D version of the classic Picross DS puzzle game, itself a DS version of Nonogram or Paint by Numbers. The basic 2D Picross game has players mark off squares, eventually revealing a hidden picture. The new 3D version adds another dimension, replacing squares with blocks. Using hints, you break blocks and eventually reveal a hidden shape.

The game is controlled with a combination of the stylus and buttons. To destroy a block, you tap it with the stylus while pressing up (or x, for lefties). You can mark a block by tapping it while pressing right (or y). These controls can be previewed in advance through some movies at this section of the official site. The movies can be accessed by pressing the orange buttons towards the bottom of the page.

Nintendo appears to be packing the game full of content, with 350 default puzzles ranging from simple to super difficult. Video footage of some of the puzzles can be seen on this page of the official site.

But the fun won't end even if you've cleared all those. Nintendo will be offering downloadable puzzles via Wi-Fi. It plans on offering weekly puzzle packs consisting of five puzzles each. You can store a total of 300 download puzzles on your system, although this space is shared with puzzles that you've created yourself using the game's puzzle creation mode.

That creation mode fits into the game's online plans as well. Nintendo will be holding contests asking players to create puzzles around certain themes. Winning puzzles will be included in the weekly puzzle pack downloads.

With the Wi-Fi download packs and the user generated content possibilities of the puzzle creation mode, 3D Picross looks like it has the potential to be Nintendo's next big thing in Japan following Rhythm Heaven. Expect to hear a whole lot more following the Japanese release next month.






Wow 3D
yg Picross DS aja yg 2D sampe sekarang gue masih maenin

harus maen nih tapi ga tau deh kalo skrg atmospherenya ud beda berwarna dan 3D hmmmm...

paling asik bisa donlot puzzle tambahan pake wifi :D :D

ini di screencaps baru gambar2 sederhana ga kebayang kayak picross yg 2D kalo ud level ke atas bakal seperti apa yah gerak geraknya kan temanya kayak pemandangan, dongeng dll gitu wakakaa
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« Reply #39 on: February 26, 2009, 03:38:37 am »

http://ds.ign.com/articles/956/956995p1.html

Japan Gets New DSi Colors
Pink, metallic blue, and lime green on the way.
by John Tanaka

February 25, 2009 - While gamers throughout the world are still buzzing about the impending release of the DSi in international markets, Nintendo gave a little present to its fans at home with the announcement of a new set of colors for Japan.

On March 20, the Japanese DSi lineup, currently limited to just black and white, will be boosted with Pink, Lime Green, and Metallic Blue offerings. These will carry the current price point of 18,900 yen.

Images of the new hardware can be found in the gallery section below.

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