Pokemon Games are Back and Popular, the NintendoDS System
If you're looking for an old school game system that comes with a ton of cheap games, there is no other gaming console that has as many games about Pokemon than the Nintendo Gaming Console Systems, especially the Nintendo DS.
With the new release of Pokemon Go, these vintage games have been making a comeback. Even though they used to be more appropriate for young gamers, those that played when they were teens or adults have made Nintendo DS and Gameboy systems popular again. Remember SuperMario that we've all come to love. Pokemon is still as strong as ever with this system as well, however we've noticed a few games that are also just as popular too.
The Nintendo DS System has a high-powered flat, folding handheld gaming device complete with bright color touch screen technology - all still available. We've seen them priced at about $40-$70 used and $100 to $250 new.
Like the games the accessories are just as appreciated by the serious gamers on the Go. You can get a $9 - $15 headset, a small Duo game case for about $10 (more or less) or $20 for a G-Pak storage. Sets can be priced upwards of $50 in an accessories value kit. Recharging decks and kits are as low as $10.
If your looking for games here's a list of the popular ones.
Pokemon: Leaf Green
Pokemon: Fire Red
Pokemon: Mystery Dungeon Blue
Pokemon: Mystery Dungeon Red
Yoshie's Island DS
Wario: master of Disguise
Big Brain Academy
Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day
Nintendogs: Dalmatian & Friends
Custom Robo Arena
Diddy Kong Racing DS
Kirby Squeak Squad
Mario Hoops 3 on 3
Mario Kart DS
Mario Vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis
New Super Mario Bros
Lost in Blue 2
SNK vs. Capcon Card Fighters
Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru
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Touch of Dead
Harukanaru's fighting style in the new version of Dragon Ball Z for NintendoDS differs from the style in its 2005 predecessor. In Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru, players battle using the turn-base action formula. The Touch of the Dead is rated M for Mature Audiences, and is an arcade shooter style game.
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