Reading on your Nintendo DS

Reading on your Nintendo DS
Gaming & Play
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 15 december 2008

Parents might need to rethink telling their children to spend less time on their handheld video game consoles: Nintendo has just announced their new partnership with book publisher HarperCollins to develop a package that transforms the DS into a portable e-reader and offers a collection of 100 classic books.  Available titles with the Dec. 26 UK release include works by Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Mark Twain – not necessarily the lightest reading to connect with the youth audience.

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