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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by JPH, Apr 3, 2008.
Candy coated PDA software?
Basically ... also has a horoscope function, and what is reportedly the finest voice chat feature of anything currently on the DS.
*downloads this ultra manly game*
The game is played by turning the DS on the side, that's why the screenshots are horizontal.
what's going on with those eyebrows, and where is the nose?
Sweet so that means girls won't have to use the phone anymore when they chat for 8-10 hours about girl stuff like ... you know...stuff.
I fully expect this to boost sales of the official, and unofficial, DS headsets, as well as cause the release of the headsets in pink lol
Those lips make her look like a bird (no, I mean literally a BIRD) =/
A bird, not a chicken?
A chicken is a bird.
Little slutz, with botox lips.
This has wifi and games that should have don't.
Screw you nintendo.
Looks practical but is maybe a bit too girly for me, and I kinda dislike the mascot, how about diary boy
So instead of investing on making somthing better, they made this? Sad.
Hopefully, due to the spreading knowledge of it's voice chat function, combined with the fact that people are discovering the games it has in it are WiFi, we will see more 'suitable' titles coming out.
Plus, this kind of title may not be to many peoples tastes, but it will sell by the bucketload.
pretty cool that it has voice chat and a password protected "diary". if i where a girl and 12 years old, that would be the most awesome thing.
when i was like 8 i had this like little pink thing that i thought it was the neatest thing in the universe. It had a diary, phone book, could be passworded, horoscopes, a love tester when you put in peoples names and it gave a %. The thing I thought was really neat was that it gave the same % every time if you used the same names... showed it wasn't just random! (hey thats good logic for an 8 year old) This seems like its similar but for DS. Little girls everywhere will love it.
As a father of a daughter, this is what my future holds . . .