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Friday, November 12, 2004
New Nintendo Game Console Demand Doubles


Nintendo has received 2 million advance orders in Japan for its Nintendo DS portable video game system, company spokesman Ken Toyoda said.

The figure is double Kyoto-based Nintendo's target of 1 million domestic orders for the year, Toyoda said today.

``We will outsource production to a third site in China to meet the rising demand,'' Toyoda said.

Nikkei English News reported earlier today that Nintendo Co. had received 2 million advance domestic orders for its DS console, citing unidentified people.

The DS goes on sale in the U.S. on Nov. 22 for $149.99 and in Japan on Dec. 2 for about 15,000 yen.


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