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2004 2004 (E3) 2004–2012 2006–2013

Nintendo DualScreen

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The Nintendo DS was originally referred to as the "Nintendo DualScreen" early in development.

Nintendo DS

2004

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Early logo, primarily used on video game retailers websites before the release of the system. It uses the same font style as the GameCube and Game Boy Advance before it.

2004 (E3)

In the E3, font of the logo was changed.

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2004–2012

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When the console was fully released, the color on DS changed from blue to black and the corners of the two squares (that represent both screens of the Nintendo DS) were made rounded. Its last game was the Big Hero 6 game, but the console will still be seen at GameStop following the others.

Nintendo DS Lite

2006–2013

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See also


Game Boy Advance (SP)
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Handhelds consoles
Game Boy Micro
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Nintendo DSi
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