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Red and Black Nintendo Ds Lite on the Way

by Paul Strauss

Nintendo has announced the impending release of a new model of the DS Lite that features a cool new two-tone color scheme.

Red and Black Nintendo DS Lite

The new model will have a top half that’s “Crimson” (gloss red) and a bottom half that’s “Onyx” (matte black). It’ll also bundle in a copy of Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day. The complete package will be released on August 21, and will retail for $149.99.

[via Joystiq]

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Comments (2):

  1. bethany says:

    I think nintendo DS lites are awsome! espesially that red and black one.That is what I am getting.I can’t wait to see what else you’v got in store if you got anything else.I am a girl can you guys please make a pink,red,green mixed nintendo ds.trust me I can make or ask many many many people to get nintendo ds’.Please write back.

    -Thank You

  2. bethany says:

    You rock. I love nintendo ds’!

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