USA Today praises the DS

From the article: “One year and more than 13 million units later, Nintendo remains the king of the hand-held gaming market with its acclaimed Nintendo DS device, ahead of Sony’s PlayStation Portable at just over 10 million units sold. While the $129 Nintendo DS doesn’t support digital music, movies and photos as with the pricier PSP, it succeeds in its innovative video games that take advantage of the machine’s two LCD screens (one of which is touch-sensitive), built-in microphone for voice commands and free Wi-Fi for wireless multiplayer gaming over the Net.”

Why does this matter? Because USA Today is the largest newspaper in circulation.

[Source: USA Today]