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Posted on Friday, February 18 @ 12:30:00 PST by
When you've finally got the 3DS in your hands, you're probably going to feel pretty cool, right? I mean, 3D! No glasses! Woah-

I don't doubt that there will be plenty of fellow 3DS owners though. Us badasses have to figure out how to stand out from the crowd. Dual-wielding should do the trick right?

Touch! Double Pen Sports takes your ego to the next level with sports games and exercises that require two touch pens. Conceivably you'll be playing baseball with one touch pen controlling the direction of your pitch and the other controlling the slide, curve, or break of it as well. So awesome--

Look, I can't pretend anymore. It's not a portable anymore! You use two touch pens and you've turned it into a table top game. F***ing stupid.

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