After the critical success of DS, the company saw net profits of 54.35bn Yen (£242.8m) between April and September.
The handheld sold 10.9m units worldwide in the same period. And the success looks set to continue as Nintendo raises its worldwide sales forecast for the DS from 17m to 20m units for the one-year period ending March 2007.
It would seem Nintendo's drive to pull in new gamers with software such as Brain Training, Nintendogs and Animal Crossing is working a treat.
With Yoshi's Island DS, Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass and many more triple-A games on the way, it's not about to stop.
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