Nintendo Tests Interactive Fan Network

Jul 08, 2007 By TIM BOOTH, Associated Press Writer

(AP) -- Ballpark essentials: hot dogs, peanuts, a well-worn glove and ... Nintendo's portable gaming device? The Redmond, Wash.-based company is making a pitch to turn its portable DS Lite into a baseball staple, bringing interactive technology to fans through a pilot program being tested this season at the Mariners' Safeco Field.



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