Is there a way to play Nintendo DS games on a television?
There ARE a few jerry-rigged ways to accomplish it, but the DS is such a low resolution unit that it will look TERRIBLE on any television that isn't more than 15 years old.
I know there was a way to do it with Game Boy games (via the super nintendo) and Game Boy Advance games (via the GameCube) but I don't know of any ways to do it with DS games. Due to the nature of the dual screens (and touch controls), it would make it difficult to accomplish.
As others have said there are a few options but I'm yet to find one that is actually practical and does the job at a level where its actually enjoyable unfortunately.
Well, if you own a Wii U, Nintendo recently announced that it will be adding DS games to the Wii U Virtual Console so you'll be able to play them on your TV that way. No idea when that's launching, though.
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