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The DSi is also able to download games from the Nintendo DSi Shop (DSiWare), stored on an SD Card or in internal memory. It was released in Japan on November 1st, 2008, in North America on April 5th 2009 and in Europe on April 13th, 2009. The DSi's front has a camera lens, and another, smaller lens is located where the mic was positioned on the Lite, allowing for photos to be taken with the DSi open.
A special DSi was sold on Friday, November 27, 2009 ("Black Friday") in the United States only. It came preinstalled with five Mario DSi games/apps, namely Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again!, WarioWare: Snapped!, Dr. Mario Express, Mario Calculator and Mario Clock. It was available in the new Metallic Blue color; however, it is no longer available in stores.
Nintendo DSi XL
The Nintendo DSi XL (DSi LL in Japan) is a recent revision of the DSi. It includes larger screens with a diagonal of 107 mm (4.2 inches) (93% bigger then the DS Lite and the regular DSi's screen). The size and weight increased accordingly, so that the new model weighs 50% more than the DSi. According to reports, Nintendo wants to aim the new version to older gamers who might have trouble seeing the screen of a regular DS model.
In Japan, The DSi XL comes preinstalled with Brain Age Express: Arts & Letters (also known as A Little Bit of... Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training: Arts Edition), Brain Age Express: Math (also known as A Little Bit of... Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training: Maths Edition) and Kiyou Akira Rakuhiku Language Easier.
In North America, the DSi XL includes both of the Brain Age titles: Brain Age Express:Math and Brain Age Express:Arts & Letters, along with the Photo Clock.
In Europe, The DSi XL has come preinstalled with Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training: Arts Edition (with an additional copy with Dutch language in it), Dictonary 6 in 1 with Camera Function, Nintendo DSi + Internet video, and Nintendo DSi Browser. Later, it came with Flipnote Studio installed.
The Nintendo DSi XL is available in 6 colors: Wine Red, yellow, blue, green, pink and bronze. It also comes in red in a special Super Mario Bros. 25th Anniversary Edition DSi package. The yellow and green versions are only available in Europe and Japan.
DSi Enhanced Games
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These games are compatible with Nintendo DS but can do more things if ran on a Nintendo DSi, such as utilize WPA and WPA2 wireless standards as the original Nintendo DS can utilize WEP standard only. One way to tell if a game is DSi-enhanced is the 10-character game ID divided by two dashes on the cartridges, located on the bottom-right of each label. If it has the prefix
DSi Enhanced Games