Nintendo DS Web browser set for summer in the US
Oslo (Norway) - Opera Software has announced that the overdue US release of the Nintendo DS Web browser will hit store shelves on June 4.
The DS browser was released in Japan and Europe last year. It gives users the ability to browse and surf the Web on their DS, a feature that is now built into the rival PSP.
Opera is also the name behind the Wii Internet browser, and in December it opened up a free download for a trial version of the software.
The DS browser will come to the US on June 4. The retail price has not yet been announced, though it currently goes for about 40 euros in Europe.