Europeans can proudly say they have got it before their American friend;, not exactly something you hear very often in the gaming world. Priced at €40 (or Â£30 or $50), the Opera Web browser for the Nintendo DS has been released as a cartridge for both the original Nintendo DS and the DS Lite. DS users can happily denounce outrageous cell phone Internet access fees and laugh at those hauling their laptop around. North Americans were not given a date, but Nintendo says they are next.
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