Yes, some unsavory sorts pirate software, but indie game designers are crafting their own DS software and sharing it freely with the world. In fact, homebrew is the source for some truly daring, creative titles, and they get put together on a shoestring budget.
It's called a PC. In other words, he's a nerd--and he's okay with that. Say thanks!
It's fully playable on the DS touch screen. Stuck in a cubicle.
Game Consoles. Most important, though: Oh, wait--we have one already. Even if Nintendo didn't have a rock-solid case, the company definitely has lots of money. The homebrew community has latched onto this elusive, illicit device too. If you agree, why not thank exdeath?
I'm walking through San Francisco's Chinatown, down a well-hidden side street. She gives me an R4. I'm serious about the cooking thing; right now I'm testing out the Jamie Oliver interactive cookbook and shopping guide.
Frontpage Deal. If you purchase something through a post on our site, Slickdeals may get a small share of the sale. How about a well-polished round of sudoku? So at the time I decided to steer clear.
Tom Buscaglia, a lawyer who specializes in working with video game issues , puts it this way: It hasn't sold out in a single store yet. I don't really see why you would pay 40 bucks less when you can just get a 3DS and have the option of playing in eye tracking 3D if you wanted.
You have chosen to thumb up this deal. I know, it sounds crazy, but check out the video. If you agree, why not thank cashcows?