GREEN NINTENDO DS BUNDLE SPROUTS FOR SPRING|
April 27, 2009: Ah, spring. The time when everyone's fancy turns to...video games. To celebrate the season of growth and rejuvenation, Nintendo announces the blooming of a new Nintendo DS™ system color: Green. The cool new color comes bundled with a hip carrying case and a copy of the Personal Trainer™: Cooking video game, which serves as an interactive cooking coach.
The new bundle will be available on May 3, which just happens to be a week before Mother's Day (hint, hint). Just like everyone else, moms are always looking for new and interesting meal ideas. Personal Trainer: Cooking includes more than 245 recipes from around the world, along with step-by step instructions for how to prepare them.
No matter who the recipients are, they'll love the fact that they can play a whole array of cool games on their new Nintendo DS systems. Whether they're into training their brains, solving mysteries, playing with puzzles or racing, Nintendo DS provides fun experiences that can be played for a few minutes at a time or for hours on end - anytime, anywhere.
For more information about Nintendo DS, please visit www.NintendoDS.com.
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