|CPU||67 MHz ARM9|
|Graphics||33 MHz ARM7|
|Memory||Main RAM: 4 MB|
Video RAM: 656 kB
|Media||Nintendo game card|
NA: November 21, 2004
JP: December 2, 2004
AU: February 24, 2005
EU: March 11, 2005
China (iQue DS): July 23, 2005
Nintendo DS Lite
JP: March 2, 2006
AU: June 1, 2006
NA: June 11, 2006
EU: June 23, 2006
China (iQue DS Lite): June 2006
SK: January 18, 2007
|Added to Museum||Not yet|
The Nintendo DS, the fifth handheld video game console released by Nintendo, was first released in 2004.
It was succeeded by the Nintendo 3DS, which was released in 2011.
The original Nintendo DS had backward compatibility with the Game Boy Advance. It was released in North America on November 21, 2004, in Japan on December 2, 2004, in Oceania on February 24, 2005, in Europe on March 11, 2005, and in China, through iQue, on July 25, 2005.
Nintendo DS Lite
The Nintendo DS Lite had a smaller form factor and retained backward compatibility with the Game Boy Advance. It was released in Japan on March 2, 2006, in Oceania on June 1, 2006, in North America on June 11, 2006, in Europe on June 23, 2006, in China through iQue, in June 2006, and in South Korea on January 18, 2007.
Retail Nintendo DS games owned by WEC Museum
|Title||Developer||Released||Added to the Museum||Notes|
|Exclamation Warriors: Sakeburein
(Zekkyō Senshi: Sakeburein,
絶叫 戦士 さけぶれいん)
|Suzak||2008||January 16, 2019||Club Nintendo Exclusive. Released only in Japan in 2008.|
|Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days||h.a.n.d., Square Enix||2009||November 15, 2017|
|Kingdom Hearts Re:coded||Square Enix, h.a.n.d.||2010||November 16, 2017||Enhanced remake of the mobile game Kingdom Hearts coded.|
|Kirby Super Star Ultra||Nintendo EAD||2008||April 16, 2014||Enhanced remake of the Super NES game Kirby Super Star.|