Nintendo may have been planning the hybrid concept for over a decade.

The Nintendo DS Lite was a necessary refinement back in 2006. Contributing to around 94 million of the DS family's 154 million sales, this slimline variant proved highly successful, but 15 years later, we didn't expect to still be finding out about unused features.

Outlined by the Lost Nintendo History team – which consists of “people aiming to uncover and restore the secrets of Nintendo’s software and hardware” – they discovered the DS Lite's SoC (System-on-Chip) can let players output the top screen of DS games, directly to your TV.

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February 25, 2021 at 04:50AM
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