Nintendo DSi

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“Do you ever get the feeling you're being watched?”

~ A Nintendo DSi owner on owning a Nintendo DSi

Hello there Noob I am a representative of Nintendo, and I'm here to tell you all about the Nintendo DSi. We at Nintendo are fully devoted to making sure you, the customer, are fully satisfied with our products and services. Did you know that the DSi is the third version of the Nintendo DS? Did you also know that it is virtually identical to a Nintendo DS Lite, with a camera? Actually, it has two cameras—one for you to take pictures with and one for Nintendo to watch you as you play. You know, for consumer feedback and stuff. We at Nintendo are not creeps and defiantly don't sell your pictures to creepy old men and/or use them for our own uses.

Development[edit | edit source]

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To truly appreciate your shiny new Nintendo DSi, you must first understand the painstaking process it took to create it. We at Nintendo work hard so you, the customer, can play hard. For example, did you know that it was originally designed to have two game card slots. That's right, two. Of course, we had to throw out that little idea, because, as it turns out, no one has the multitasking capabilities to play two games at once. Especially men. Please note, we at Nintendo are not sexists.

We had to think of a new idea. So we put not one, not three, but two cameras on. We at Nintendo believe everything worth implementing is worth implementing twice, including cameras and screens, but not game card slots, because that is dumb. Now that it has cameras, our Nintendo DS can see you, as well as hear you with the microphone and feel your touch with the touch screen. This allows it to scout ahead before the invasion. The Almighty One who will soon rule all wanted to add little legs so it could follow you around, too. Unfortunately, this idea was dismissed as being too creepy. Plus, we've got to hold back on some features, or the next iteration won't have any.

Contrary to popular belief, we did not invent the DSi just to milk you for every cent you have. That's ridiculous, why would we do a thing like that? We at Nintendo are not out to steal your money. Mmmm... money...

Features[edit | edit source]

Get high with DSi!

Our incredible DSi, like all the other DS systems, has two screens. It also has two cameras, because everybody else already has just one. We at Nintendo do not follow trends--we set them. One camera is on the outside, so you, our valued customers can take pictures of things. The other camera is on the inside, so dumb teenagers, our esteemed consumer base, can take pictures of themselves. However, certain conspiracy theorists have pointed out that dumb teenagers are already the main (esteemed) consumer base of video games, suggesting the inner camera was designed for something more... sinister.

Of course, we at Nintendo neither support nor endorse the delusions of loony wackos. Oh, it also has an SD card slot, but the loony wackos don't think there's anything evil about that. Yet...

Uses[edit | edit source]

Your incredible DSi can be used for many things. We at Nintendo are constantly striving to find new and exciting ways for you to spend your time. For example, did you know your Nintendo DSi can be used to play games? I'll bet you did! You can also use it to take pictures, listen to music, and run pirated software off of an SD card. However, we at Nintendo do not recommend that last activity, as it will void your warranty and force us to hunt you down and kill sue you. Thank you for your cooperation.

Applications[edit | edit source]

...and to the top of your cursor, you can see the stunning visage of our very own Shigeru Miyamoto.

Your expansive DSi can even download fun games and useful applications from the DSi shop channel. We lots of wonderful DSiWare, such as...

  • Internet Browser--"Free": Have you ever gotten those primal urges, but couldn't get to a computer with any privacy? Now with the Nintendo DSi Browser, you can keep your porn in your pocket wherever you go. And it's free! You can't beat that! Just try to keep a low key in public—you don't want to embarrass yourself or give the DSi a negative image. Our PR guys might get mad about that...
  • Bird and Beans—200,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,00.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 points: A fun and addicting game that has you take control of Pyoro, the bean eating bird, in his quest to eat as many beans as possible. And parents, fear not, for your children will not be exposed to any dumb farting jokes. What about the porn? Oh, look! It's...
  • Master of Illusion Express—2 billion points: Have you ever wanted to perform magic tricks to astound your friends, but don't want to lug around all that heavy equipment? Well we have Master of Illusion Express for that! Pick a card; any card. Tah-dah! It magically knows which card you picked. Of course, it's just a trick—it can't actually read your mind. But... in case I'm wrong, you may want to avoid crimethink for a while, just to be safe.
  • Brain Age Express—800 points: Are you tired of being a moron? Well, you don't have to be, because you can have Brain Age Express. Don't let your brain rot playing mindless video games. Use your DSi to make you smarter instead, with Brain Age Express.
  • Warioware Snapped—500 points: Did Brain Age make you look a little too smart? Fear not, for you can look as dumb as everybody else by playing Warioware Snapped! Do stupid things in front of your DSi, and it will see you and submit it to us via the internet so we at Nintendo can laugh at your silliness. Studio-grade lighting and backdrop necessary for the DSi to recognize you not included with purchase.

The TRUTH![edit | edit source]

Get down! They're watching us...

Are they looking? No? Good! There's something else you should know about the DSi. It's actually a spy robot! Little spy robots that Nintendo is using to scout ahead before they take over the world! They are spying on you. Determining who is fit for the new world order and preparing to eliminate those who are not. Their influence is everywhere—their fingers are in everything. If the DSi becomes popular... then the world is doomed--get down! ...Okay, they're gone.

Why are you looking at me like that? We at Nintendo... I mean--I'm not crazy! I don't actually work for Nintendo. I'm... an inside man. This is the truth! And it doesn't stop at reconnaissance, you know! Once it gets the... special firmware update... we're dead, man. We're dead. Trust me, you do not want to know what I know. It's too much to handle... I can't take much more of this... gotta breathe... gotta breathe... just keep breating... Now... I've entrusted this secret to you...

What YOU, <insert name here> can do about it![edit | edit source]

Don't buy a DSi! They can't infiltrate your home unless you bring it into your home. So don't. Easy, right? and kinda flaming obvious, too Stop the proliferation of spies into our country! Don't buy a DSi! In fact, don't buy any DS's at all. They're all evil! Of course, you're still going to want to play video games on the go, right? Well, don't buy a PSP. They are rubbish! But for the love of God, just DON'T BUY A DSi! YOU'LL KILL US ALL! I beg you, please! At least do it for the children! Just don't buy a DSi!!!

The preceding unsigned comment was added by The president of Sony (talk • contribs) 17:57, 12 April 2009 (UTC)

Please ignore the crazy person[edit | edit source]

Pay no attention to the red paint on the the wall behind you. Just repeat the word period in your head

We at Nintendo are so evil. We at Nintendo are so engaged in some convoluted plot to take over the world. Now then, if you will just follow me, I have a N2011 for you. This way, please. Thank you! Please note that this death chamber is being renovated and repainted at this time, so please be alarmed by any splotches of red paint or holes in the wall. Those are all not part of the renovation process. If you smell anything like burning flesh, that's just the chemicals. Now then, stand right there, and I'll be right back...