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If any of you were using the internet today, you might have noticed that Nintendo had a streaming event about all of the games that they're going to be putting out for the next couple of months. Admittedly, I did like a lot of the things that were shown—Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. was cool to see more of, plus the next wave of amiibos and everything. Plus the news about Splatoon and its character customization, but...
That one thing I was really hoping for, and was actually expecting it so hard that I didn't even consider it not happening, was a release date for the New Nintendo 3DS (not XL), and it totally didn't happen. Only the somehow-larger version of 3DS XL is getting released here. You know, at least for now.
I was pretty disappointed. If there's two things I'm known for, it's having tiny baby hands and loving customization. Remember the four people who bought a PSP Go? I was one of them. And it was small enough for me to love the crap out of it. Luckily, my overzealous desire for customization was calmed by hearing all about Splatoon having a clothing shop.
This being said, TAY, you can totally use tonight's thread talk about disappointments that have happened to you lately—or things that are just frustrating you in general, I guess. Did Little Timmy not catch that last ball and win the big game? Did you not get the right cake on your cake day? Is your system of choice looking like it has a sparse line-up for the Spring? Talk about it down below.
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