Lite vs. Phat: Round One
"Why didn't Nintendo do this in the first place?"
With a more vivid screen and a more responsive d-pad (ideal for snaking in Mario Kart DS, apparently), it seems the new system provides a lot more...and a lot less. The system is notably lighter and thinner, with the only drawbacks from this being slightly more angular L- and R-buttons. Needless to say, the overall impression of the DS Lite is a positive one.
We'll be sure to let you know what we think of Nintendo's innovative redesign as soon as inhumanly possible.
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