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100 Classic Books for Nintendo DS Review at Video Game Cowboys

VGC writes, "With the proliferation of e-reader devices, the idea of carrying around an entire digital library is becoming less a fantasy and more of a reality these days than ever before. There are so many choices to consider though: Nook, Kindle, Kobo, and Sony’s E-Reader to name a few, not to mention a legion of smartphones and all-in-one gadgets like the iPad, Droid, or iPhone that support various open and closed-source formats. Investing in these is an expensive proposition. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to see whether or not an e-reader was for you before you dropped a few hundred dollars? Well, Nintendo has heard your prayers and delivered “100 Classic Books.”" (100 Classic Book Collection, Nintendo DS) 90/100

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