“The retailer GameStop has apparently sold out of its initial supply for the forthcoming handheld, Nintendo DS. GameStop stores are no longer accepting pre-orders for the DS, according to several GameStop retail mangers contacted by IGN.
Nintendo’s DS handheld, which features a unique dual-screen setup, one of which is touch sensitive, is set to launch in the US on November 21. The system will retail for approximately $150 and will come packed with a demo of Metroid Prime: Hunters.”
This is a good sign for Nintendo who could use the boost in profit. Sony’s PSP handheld gaming system is expected to hit the U.S. a year after Nintendo’s DS system.
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