Accessories for the DS console September 19, 2013
So, you’ve had your Nintendo DS for a while, and you are looking for more things to do with it. You may have already gotten a R4 card, making your DS into something far greater then a simple gaming machine. If this is you, then the next step is getting the right accessories for your 3DS flashcart. Regardless of the model, there are a number of things you can buy to improve your experience and keep your DS safe. So then. Lets gets to pimping out your DS.
Where to Start
The DS is well designed. It has a solid feel, is sturdy in the hands, and looks like it can survive being dropped. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t provide additional protection against either impacts or water. Investing in a nice case can make your DS look even better, as well as protect it. There are any number of things that can go wrong, and sometimes all you have to be is unlucky. Instead of flushing a few hundred down the toilet, spend a little more to ensure your DS’s safety. As a final note, a proper DS cover will also secure your R4 card, keeping it safe from the elements.
Additional Accessories to Consider
Though it may not seem useful for you, many people have really liked having a wrist strap. This helps them not lose the DS, especially if they are trying to play while being bumped around. Relatively inexpensive, this strap can mean the difference between the DS being out of your hands and safe, to your DS being out of your hands and broken on the floor.
Where Can I Get These Accessories?
The Nintendo DS is popular across the world, with focuses in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Because of this, there are many makes and models of cases and straps sold both locally and abroad. When it comes to finding the right color or design, there are so many products out there in the market that you will no doubt find what you are looking for. The only problem is that it may also cost you.
Is There Any Difference Between Buying Local Or Foreign?
When it comes to the DS, there are well made products and poorly made products in every country. The trick is to go off of user feedback to find what other people have had luck with. If you come across a deal to good to be true, then pass it by for something backed by other customers.