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Nintendo DS G-pak Organizer Black

Platform : Nintendo DS
4.5 out of 5 stars 109 customer reviews

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  • G-Pak Organizer for Nintendo DS & DSLite General Features: Black/Charcoal design Compact size
  • Durable exterior Padded interior Reinforced case walls
  • Storage space for up to 30 Nintendo DS game cartridges and 6 Game Boy Advance SP games
  • Removable game holder Adjustable shoulder strap Zippered front pocket for additional storage
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Product Description

Take you Nintendo DS or DS Lite anywhere in style! This compact and stylish G-Pak organizer is compatible with both Nintendo DS and DS Lite portable gaming systems. The removable game holder has the capacity to store up to 30 Nintendo DS games and 6 Game Boy Advance SP games. With the soft, flexible velcro dividers you can arrange your items in the carrying case any way you like. This G-Pak organizer has enough room to carry your Nintendo DS gaming system and all the accessories. Pick up yours today!

Product Details

  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Item Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 31, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,934 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I was really excited to get this product once I found out how many games it holds. I have no idea why it's so difficult to find a case that holds more than a few DS games, especially given their small size, but it is. This case will hold 30 DS games and a bunch of GBA games. There isn't room for much else inside--just 2 dividers and space for maybe your DS, its charger, and maybe headphones or a car charger--but it does have a zipper pocket on the outside that will hold some smaller stuff (maybe a couple more games, a stylus or two, screen protectors, etc).

The problem I had with this product is that the games were difficult, for me at least, to get in and out of the mesh slots. It's a pretty tight fit, and I was only able to get 4 games per row (each row should hold 5) without forcing the 5th one more than I was comfortable with. Since the slots won't hold games in cases the contacts are left exposed, which concerns me given the difficulty in getting the games in their slots in the first place. I also noticed that it was pretty tough to get games out of the 2nd or 3rd rows when the 1st row was fully loaded. The mesh, which is black, and the elastic also partially block the title on most games, so its tough to see which game is where unless you actually pull them partly out or only put them in about 3/4 of the way when you're loading them.

These issues won't be a problem for some people, and are certainly better than the alternative of just leaving the games lying around or cramming them into the nooks and crannies of other DS cases. For me, however, the pain in getting games in and out was enough to dampen my enthusiasm for having more game storage, and I'll be returning this product and buying more plastic cases instead.
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This is the best case I've found for my DS Lite that also handles a LOT of games. In fact, there are DS-sized, individual webbed pockets for holding each DS game... 30 of them. Too bad the rows are sewn crookedly, some of the pockets are sewn too narrowly to fit a DS game, and others are sewn so badly the mesh is ripped, making them useless. Out of the 30 pockets, I can use maybe 25. Of course, that's better than what I had before... but since I have over 30 DS games, I end up using some of the double wide mesh pockets that look like they're intended for GBA games. Thankfully, I have a decent GBA case for my GBA and its games, so I can use these GBA mesh pockets for DS games.

I give it the 3 stars simply because it does hold the most games of any other case I've found without being bulky, and it will also hold my DS snuggly as well as the charger pack and the headphones I have. The case itself is not super large either, being about the size of your average trade paperback in size and thickness. It's also got velcro attachments inside making it somewhat "modular" so that you can divide the case up into three sections of whatever size you want.

If the cartridge pockets just weren't so poorly made... :(
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This case was an upgrade from my old ALS one. My old case only had 9 slots for DS games and 0 for GBA games. It was fine at first, by I quickly outgrew it and was cramming games in ever nook and cranny of the case.

The G-Pak has enough individual mesh pockets to hold up to 30 DS games and has an additional 6 pockets designed for GBA games. The main compartment includes 2 padded dividers that you can position as you like via velcro. Mine is configured similarly to the picture shown with the DS in the center and the charger and headphones in the compartments on either side. Some have mentioned that games are too tough to get out of the pockets, for my part I leave the very top of the games above the elastic band and to remove them, I just push up on the bottom of the game until it's far enough out for me to grab- works great for me.

The case seems pretty well-made and should do a more than adequate job of protecting the DS and it's games. I also prefer to 'look' of it over my old ALS case. It doesn't have "Nintendo" written anywhere on the outside and doesn't scream "kid's toy" like other cases seem to, which could be nice for us older gamers.
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DS Games are fairly small compared to the roll-of-quarters sized games for the GB Advance. So why is it so hard to find a case that lets you store more than a handful of them? It feels like other companies that sell accessories are pointlessly selling crippled products in hopes that you'll buy a bunch of cases.

Naki seems to have broken from the pack to offer the first product I've seen to let you store the DS system AND it's accessories AND a bunch of games at the same time.

Compare this to the similarly-priced Vizu System/Game Carry case (barely holds the DS, has one flap to sort-of store your games), Intec Game Briefcase (holds 12 games in cheap plastic dividers), or the best game-case alternative: Intec "Ultimate" Game Case, holds 8 DS games + 3 GBA.

Naki's case feels like a laptop case. It has a padded interior with movable dividers. The interior is actually big enough to store 2 regular DSs (I don't know why the case says DS Lite on it) plus their accessories, plus a bunch of games. There's a shoulder strap included that has pockets for a couple more games. The handle and strap's connectors are big and sturdy, and there's plenty of padding everywhere. The case doesn't feel cheap or flimsy.

Even though this is now my favorite case, it's not perfect. The games are supposed to go into small divided mesh pockets, 1 game per pocket.
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