Nintendo DSi LL (Super Mario 25th Anniversary Edition)

Nintendo DSi LL (Super Mario 25th Anniversary Edition)

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Graphics quality of NDS games are increasing and it's much easier to appreciate the beautiful animations through a big screen.The NDSi LL has two 4.2 inch screens with an enlarged viewing angle. Gather your friends and family together when you need help with a puzzle or simply to show them a cool AMV sequence, everybody could get a view now.Camera, DSi menu, music player and the DSi Ware functions remain the same, the console already comes with two brain training games and a dictionary.

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Original Name  ニンテンドーDSiLL本体(スーパーマリオ25周年仕様)
Official Release Date Oct 28, 2010
Language Japanese
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0003171979
Catalog No.  UTL-S-MRKA
Item Code  4902370518511

Box contents
  • Nintendo DSi LL (Super Mario 25th Anniversary Edition)
  • Power Supply
  • 2 stylus
  • Manual
  • 3 DSiWare titles pre-installed: two brain training games and DS Easy Dictionary.

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:21

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canllaith (1) on 19, Jan. 2015 08:26 (HKT)
5 years later ...
I have recently been spending a lot of time with my older DS Lite and thought it would be nice to upgrade it to a DSi. After trying to get a second hand one in good condition I thought to check PlayAsia - and it turns out you can still get the Japanese language models new.

It truly is new in box like it has fallen through a time portal from 2009. It is also running it's original firmware, which is convenient for homebrew. I had forgotten what a fantastic upgrade the DSi was from the DS Lite. You lose a little battery life but it is still far more long lived than any of the current 3DS / 2DS handhelds. For that you get bigger screens, nicer layout, slimmer body and the ability to adjust the brightness on the fly. It's also great that it takes the same charger as my 3DS so I no longer need to carry the one for my DS Lite.

Setting up the Japanese model was quite easy - I managed to guess my way through although once I loaded up an English game I realised I had the date backwards. Easy enough to fix, and I can now recognize the Japanese symbols for day and month ;). One thing to note is that you can't use the camera unless you go through a very long tutorial on taking an image and making edits to it. Again, I had to guess my way through but it really wasn't that bad.

There is no region locking on NDS titles so now the console is set up I use it to play English games without needing to understand the UI.
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digger (5) on 01, Apr. 2011 09:21 (HKT)
Nintendo DSi LL (Super Mario 25th Anniversary Edition)
This is my second buy DSi LL, With Mario 25th Anniversary, it should be pulled out money to buy it, its color is very body coordination, and attractive, will not regret buying it
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jason.stevens3 (1) on 01, Jan. 2011 12:18 (HKT)
Nintendo DSi (Metallic Blue)
Super cool!! Play Asia was a great place to get my Asian Items!
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phil22 (1) on 03, Aug. 2010 12:39 (HKT)
Very cool piece of kit.
I already had myself a DSi before buying a LL, but the new region-locking on many of my wanted DS titles meant I was in the market for a Japanese system. The yellow DSi LL stood out to me, so I took the plunge.

It's, frankly, awesome. The screens are huge, bright and clear. Yeah, the resolution is low and *certain* games may not benefit, but stuff like Pokemon and Dragon Quest look fantastic on it.

It has a great sense of weight and the style of the system is very classy, even in the new brighter colours. If you want a DS, the XL/LL is the way to go!
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radicalkev (3) on 23, Jul. 2010 08:41 (HKT)
Very Impressed
I ordered the yellow LL, and even after hearing the reviews i was still impressed by the screen's size. It definitely improves the experience. The color case looks great, and the buttons feel solid.
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