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I wonder if the line about the NDS passing the PS 2 is still correct? On the vgcharts page linked there is no such article to be found (or I'm just to dumb to search correct), and the other wiki ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_game_consoles ) says that NDS sold 153.xx million, but PS 2 sold 155 million.
Of course its only a matter of time until the NDS passes the PS 2 again imho, but still.
Should we split the list of games into Original Games and remakes like we're doing with iOS?
Shall we throw in information about the DS's audio specs?
If you have them.
Let's see... this is NOT what will be going to the article. I'm just saying what I know.
The DS has an audio chip which have 16 different channels (in the SNES sense, i.e. when it's playing synthesised music, one instrument/effect will take up one sound channels, however, you can also just decide to stream audio from the cart - especially with games with larger cart sizes. The audio chip will mix them)
, no audio sample interpolation, supports effects such as echo, filter, etc
-Stereo sound supported, 2 speakers on DS, headphones output.
-Virtual surround in some games.
-The D Si can officially play AAC files just fine.
-Homebrew opens access to various music/audio file types.
-There are games that use streamed audio
-ADPCM, PCM 8, PCM 16 supported, there's also audio codecs
-All 16 channels can be used for ADPCM, PCM 8 and PCM 16, last 8 channels can be also used as PSG - 6 are square wave while 2 are white noise channels.
-Microphone and microphone jack
It still needs some revising and fact checks.
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