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Submitted by jsr7 485d ago | article

Flashback: Nintendo DS - a look back at four favorite games with original art and retrospectives

From saving the day by dancing to solving mysteries from beyond the grave, Random Nintendo reflects on four now-classic Nintendo DS titles. (Elite Beat Agents, Ghost Trick, Mario Kart DS, Nintendo DS, Pokemon Diamond & Pearl, Retro)

ArtificiallyYours  +   485d ago
I have a Mario Red original DS laying around, what a tank, serious looking hardware from a very serious time. :)
TheROsingleB  +   485d ago
I had the fat blue one; eventually traded it for the blue DS lite. A part of me wishes that I had held onto it.
DEATHxTHExKIDx  +   485d ago
The first one I had was a silver fat DS. Until one of hinges broke and, made the top screen look like a Virtual boy. Then i got a DSlite. I sorta threw it against a chair and busted it(reckless). I used my DSlite the most out of the ones I had.

Now I just have Classic blue fat one I bought for cheap,My original virtual boy DS, and a 3DS.

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