The Nintendo DS (officially Nintendo Developers' System but more often called the Nintendo Dual-Screen) is a handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo. It has two screens; the top screen being for viewing only, but the lower screen is a touchscreen. The first two iterations, the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite are also able to play Game Boy Advance titles (which can be displayed on any screen), of which there are many from the Sonic Series. The third and fourth iterations, the Nintendo DSi, and the Nintendo DSi XL are unable to play Game Boy Advance titles. The successor to the Nintendo DS is the Nintendo 3DS.
Sonic games hostedEdit
- Sonic Rush, 2005
- Sonic Rush Adventure, 2007
- Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, 2008
- Sega Superstars Tennis, 2008
- Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood, 2008
- Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, 2009
- Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing, 2010
- Sonic Classic Collection, 2010
- Sonic Colors, 2010
- Marine the Raccoon
- Blaze the Cat
- Shade the Echidna
- Eggman Nega
- Captain Whiskers
- Pir'Oth Ix
- Scylla the Gizoid
- Charyb the Gizoid
- Snow Spirits
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- Most Sonic DS games receive more positive reviews than their console counterparts.
- Sonic Colors is the last Sonic game released for the Nintendo DS.
- Five of the games released on the Nintendo DS have console conterparts on the Wii.
- Four of the games released on the DS are exclusive to the system.
- All of the Nintendo DS games are playable on the Nintendo 3DS system.