Would you pay $7.50 for a bottle of Miller Lite? How about if you could order it from your Nintendo DS, at a baseball game?
That's just what msnbc game's editor, Kristan Kalning's husband, Steve, did at a recent Seattle Mariners game. Using his Nintendo DS Lite handheld game system, he ordered up two bottles and had them hand-delivered right to their upper-deck seats.
For the privilege, they paid $5 to download and use the new Nintendo Fan Network software, which made its debut this season at Seattle's Safeco Field. The interactive system, being tested this year exclusively at Safeco, adds a bit of video game flash to America's pastime.
..read on to see how nintendo is stretching the definition of its hand held gaming device...