You know what happens when you grow too quickly? Growing pains. With most of those nasty growing pains under control – after Monday night's relaunch of Joystiq, and rebranding of the DS and Wii Fanboy sites – we're happy to let you know that you can now filter Joystiq Nintendo for Wii or DS.

How does one do it? Easy, when you see a story on Joystiq Nintendo, you'll notice it will either have a Wii tab or a DS tab (sometimes both). All you have to do is click on that tab and you'll get everything sorted for that particular platform. Only want DS news? Well, then go ahead and bookmark this link. Only want the Wii stuff? Then bookmark this link. You can subscribe to either of those links in your favorite RSS reader and absorb the site that way as well. It's that easy. And if you don't want to be bothered with scrolling down the page, you'll notice the top now has a Wii and DS tab next to the Nintendo tab. Progress, ain't it grand?

When you're viewing the front page, you'll see these tabs sprinkled throughout posts; however, when you're sorting by each platform tag (DS or Wii), then you won't see those tabs (we think that makes sense). Let us know what you think in the comments below or head past the break for a guide on using the new tabs, if all of this still seems a bit over your head.


DS-only feed


Hello, I am a DS enthusiast. I hate Wii. What do I do?

Well, imaginary friend that I made up, it's easy. Once you load up nintendo.joystiq.com, you'll see this below:



Simply click on the DS tab, and you're good to go. If you forget to click the DS tab and you started scrolling down, only to find your eyes were on fire with Wii news you had hoped to avoid all your life, then simply click on the first available DS tab you see at the top of a post, like so:



And it's that easy!

Okay, I lied, I like the Wii. What do I do?

Well, first you shouldn't lie. Second, you should follow the same steps presented above, only click the Wii tab at the top of the page, or the Wii tab in one of the posts.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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