Mainly for the photography, I think; iconic images of icons, by and large, and some nice curveballs from time to time.
"Syncing is easy and reliable – as simple as you'd expect from a games company rather than as rubbish as you get from a GPS company."
"Suddenly, an enemy plane bursts over the remaining vegetation at the top with an incredible roar. I nearly trip backward as I crane around to see where it’s going, only to see it explode behind us. My breath catches and I zip my view back to the crest of the hill and see a second plane, one of ours, howl over it in victory." It's so good. More to come!
28 November 2005
So much more to say about the sublime Mario Kart DS, but for now, I felt some technical advice would help Google out a lot.
If you’re having problems connecting to Nintendo Wi-fi Connection through your Netgear DG834G router – as in, your DS can’t see your wireless access point, even if it’s public, insecure, the works – it’s worth upgrading to the latest firmware. You can download that from the “support” page on the Netgear site for the router. Once you’ve flashed the firmware (remember to do it via a wired connection, to avoid bricking the router), you should find the DS finds the access point (be it WEPed or not) first time.