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Chapter 2 situates the DS historically, practically, and technically. The DS is examined in terms of its technical development, antecedents (including the Game & Watch and the Game Boy) and design, including interface, screen elements and networking capabilities.

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Tobin, S. (2013). The Nintendo DS and Related Devices. In: Portable Play in Everyday Life: The Nintendo DS. Palgrave Pivot, New York. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137396594_2

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