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Metal Gear Solid 3D Snake-Skin 3DS Will Be Pre-tty Rare

Posted on Friday, January 20 @ 10:08:39 PST by

If you really like things, you'll jump through hoops to get those things and things that pertain to those things. Am I not making sense? Think about people who really like neon signs probably go dumpster diving for that stuff all the time. How do you think I got my Nintendo neon sign?

Well prepare to get dirty in your attempt to get one of those snake-skin Nintendo 3DS units inspired by Metal Gear Solid 3D: Snake Eater. Konami has stated that you'll only be able to buy it through their online store, but even the money ($299) won't guarantee you a Solid-Snake-inspired handheld.

The units will also be raffled out to everyone interested in buying, so even if you're prepared to cough up the change you'll still need luck on your side. What a bummer. If you're willing to over pay by upwards of a $100, you should be guaranteed a cool 3DS.


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