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Submitted by Lucario 1588d ago | review

Diehard GameFan: 100 Classic Books Review

100 Classic Books is one of the best ideas Nintendo has had in a while. While it is no Kindle killer, this cart is a great alternative to the more expensive e-readers out there, collecting some of the most famous works in the English language for a fraction of the price you would normally pay for their electronic or paper equivalents. Due to the small size of even the largest DS models, you’ll be flipping “pages” over ten times more than you would with a real book and plays are horribly formatted, but everything else is literary gold. Factor in an additional ten books available by DLC and you not only have an unbeatable deal, but an entire library that English professors would kill for that fits in the palm of your hand as well. (100 Classic Book Collection, Casual games, Wii) -

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