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Can a Nintendo DS Lite game fit inside a Nintendo DSi?

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Answered 2009-04-17 16:43:18

Yes, they can fit.

DS/DS Lite Slot-1 games are exactly the same as DSi Slot-1 games, but Gameboy Advance (GBA) games are not supported by the console.

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Any Nintendo DS game which requires an addon that uses the GBA slot, is not supported on the Nintendo DSi (eg. DS Lite internet browser or Guitar Hero: On Tour)

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Because of the above reason, do not sell your Nintendo DS Lite if you intend to play Guitar Hero On Tour. :)

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