Family-oriented video games company Little Orbit, together with Mattel, has released a new title onto four different Nintendo platforms.
GOTY... Every year :3
1.7m more 3DS's will be sold and most little girls with a DS, a Wii and a 3DS will get it. Nintendo: "$_$ :D"
vegeta whats his scoter say??
Her power level is over 9000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's over 9000 million sales!!
Sony's, Microsoft's, and not even Nintendo's own franchises can compare to this. Not only is the console war over, but war in general in over. World peace has been achieved, the hungry have been fed, the homeless have homes, the diseased have been cured, the blind can see, the hairless have hair, the dirty have been washed, the aforementioned washed have been dried, the old have become young, Barney is no longer on the sex offender list, death has been banned, Tom and Jerry have become friends, WWE has become real, it stopped raining in Ireland, trolls stopped trolling, haters stopped hating, I'm still the best Power Ranger, Native Americans got their land back, parents no longer cover their children's school books with wallpaper, and everyone on Earth has won the lottery! All thanks to Barbie Dreamhouse Party! Hallelujah! Thank you, Nintendo. You've temporarily saved humanity FOREVER! *This is not sarcasm*
"parents no longer cover their children's school books with wallpaper" I almost had coffee come out of my nose from laughing at that!
About time we got more Barbie and the magnificent games she features in; Little Orbit always delivers brilliant games one after another and this masterpiece of a series makes TLOU look like E.T for the Atari. Seriously, the story in the previous Barbie game was so emotional that I cried like a baby, and the characters so in-depth and life-like that I really started to gain a bond with the characters. This is the definitive GOTY, no doubt. lolno
finally a reason to get a wii u!!!!!
[insert comment about this game being good when it actually isn't here]
Yup, Goty right here boys n girls.
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