Well it took them a very long time to get around to it but Nintendo wants some online action for their DS. Yes, we’ve been reading about it for months now, but they’ve gone and made it official. Let’s just say, it’s a great day for gamers. With all three console makers offering connectivity in their products we should start to see the same kind of multiplayer innovation we’ve enjoyed on the PC platform (which has, actually, been stagnant for far too long).
The Nintendo deal will, as previously speculated, utilize IGN’s matchmaking tools. It should make for a good experience, assuming you can find a hot spot near you.
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