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Old 05-31-2006, 07:45 PM   #15
soniczip
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Default Re: Can you see a vampire through a one way mirror?

You are aware that when the DS Lite comes out in the U.S., the regular DS will be available for something like $70; and I've seen Dawn of Sorrow used for $21.

I think that you just don't want to pay for it, and you're willing to wait 4 years to play it free instead of paying money now. A touch screen cannot, I repeat, cannot be emulated on a PC unless: your PC is a Tablet PC, you have a Wacom Tablet(which still isn't satisfactory), or you use the mouse. None of these are as satisfactory as using the hardware it was DESIGNED for. The only one that might be NEAR would be using a Tablet PC.

I think that is just sleazy, like someone I know who downloaded a movie over a month instead of paying $10.

Wait until the perfect opportunity arises, such as another killer app for the DS, a huge price reduction, an idiot selling it for a low price, or someone giving it to you. I got a GBA in mint condition for $10 at a thrift store.

What don't you like about handhelds anyway? Nintendo products are renowned for their durablility. Just don't use a Wite-Out pen instead of a stylus (a lesson I learned the hard way).
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