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Nintendo DS Lite


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Well I'm gonna get one one in the USA next week and I was wondering, will it be fine to use in the UK or are there any differences which would prevent me using it here? Compatibility or anything like that?

Cheers, people.
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I not sure but i think the games might be differnet regions (like dvds)
I no its that way for ps2 games (found out the hardway after i had bought a few :whistling: )
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Bugger. :whistling:

I was hoping to get one along with a few games too (particularly Pokemon. Yeah I like the games!).
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to the best of my knowledge, ds games don't have that limitation.
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I see. That's promising. I'll have to ask over there.
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The DS has no region specific lockdowns. You can play a game from anywhere I believe. I know alot of people will pick up japanese releaeses of games and play them on their DS'.
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Awesome. Thanks very much.

Another obvious question, I assume, but I'll ask it anyway. When you first buy it is there a specific amount of time you have to charge it for before playing or is it ran on batteries?

Edited by GIB, 09 September 2007 - 11:29 AM.

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check out this:
http://www.nintendo....battery_faq.jsp
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Uhm.... you know I don't know....

I found my manual

It takes approximately three hours to recharge the battery


It doesn't list anything for the first time you charge it, so if you want a full charge go with that :whistling:
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