The Nintendo DS in all of its iterations have been wildly successful, and now we have word that its sequel might come with a particularly advanced tilt sensor according to a third-party developer who claims that several Japanese firms have already received their early developer kits. It is basically similar to the iPhone’s tilt sensor, although will do a whole lot more. It would be interesting to see what the DS sequel would look like, let alone is capable of, but we’re pretty sure that one can expect much beefed up graphics to keep up with the times.
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