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And by putting the price at the psychologically important sub-£100 level, Nintendo has put pressure on Sony, which is set to release its own handheld, the PSP, at around the same time.As important as the hardware, though, is the accompanying software and Nintendo has used the extra four months between the North American/Japanese launches and the European launch in March to put together an eclectic mix of titles, which takes advantage of the unique capabilities of the Nintendo DS. The company's new dual-screen handheld, the Nintendo DS, will be released in Europe on 11 March at a cost of £99 (or €149).The announcement was made in Paris during a press event in which Nintendo president Satoru Iwata (Paris speech video, interview) emphasised his company's efforts to give Europe more of the attention it deserves.In the bustling reception hall of St Luke’s Orthopaedic and Trauma Hospital in Eldoret, Kenya, there is a montage painting celebrating the performances of some of the region’s world-beating athletes.This was where, last January, Dr Samson Talei greeted a British coach and sports agent to discuss a secret deal to turn a team of British athletes into Olympic champions rivalling some of the greats depicted on the hospital wall.
256MB compressed games may work on 512MB systems such as the Rebirth or 1GHz Pandora.The Nintendo DS has been on sale in North America since November and December in Japan, and in that time almost 3 million of the handhelds have been sold.Time will tell if Nintendo experiences the same success in Europe, but with Sony launching the PSP right around the same time, Nintendo's continued dominance of the handheld market is by no means assured.After a short tour of the hospital, the neatly dressed Talei ushered the two men into a consulting room and shut the door firmly behind them.
The doctor was only too aware that the deal on the table was “kind of illegal”, as he put it, and might bring shame on his hospital if it…
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