Nintendo leaks info about DSi Speak channel

"To redeem a Nintendo DSi Download Ticket number, such as for the Nintendo DSi Speak Channel..."

Blog site Kolma (via GoNintendo and Destructoid) found an interesting note on Nintendo's online list of error codes. One of them, which primarily pops up when a mistake is made entering the numbers off a point card, included a side note that stated " To redeem a Nintendo DSi Download Ticket number, such as for the Nintendo DSi Speak Channel, enter the number off the Nintendo DSi Download Ticket in "Settings and Features" off of the main Nintendo DSi Shop page, then select "Nintendo DSi Download Ticket."

While the text does not currently show up on Nintendo's error code page, a Google cache of the page shows that the text was there before. Pretty sneaky, Nintendo... we may not know how to get our DSes online but we do know how the internet works.

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