Hi from Uruguay!

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Nov 21, 2009

Hi from Uruguay! by pichon64 at 11:41 AM (1,524 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. pichon64
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    Hi everyone! I'm an old videogamer (45) that started with the NES, followed by the Sinclair Spectrum 128, then the SNES and now the PS2. I just bought a DSi that is coming from the UK (hopefully) next month. It would be my first handheld console.

    I come here regarding the info I need for chosing a good flash cart. I read the news about the Supercard DSTWO and it looks promising.

    I'm more a reader than a poster, due to my poor English.

    It's nice to be here! [​IMG]
     
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    Welcome to GBAtemp [​IMG]

    I haven't seen much people from Uruguay yet
    But I hope you enjoy your stay (and DSi) [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks tj_cool!
     
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    Welcome to GBAtemp future DSi owner [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks, deanxxczx! You can't imagine HOW anxiously I'm waiting for removing the word 'future' from that signature [​IMG]
     
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    your english is definitely fine. welcome.
     
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    Thanks, razorback78.
     
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    Your english is great way better than mine dont read and start posting [​IMG]
    welcome to the forum and hope you like it here
     
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    Hello and welcome to gbatemp [​IMG]
     
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    I just think people are saying welcome because they want to get thanked
    [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks Rockstar, Erichthegreat and deanxxczx! And I like to be welcome and saying thanks is the least I can do [​IMG]
     
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    Now now, its not everyday that a newbie who posts an intro topic will reply and thank people. So its us regulars' goodwill.

    So yeah, welcome.

    Your English isn't bad at all, don't worry. Don't just go to the gaming sections, you can have lots of fun at the Edge of the Forum, General Off-Topic and Books, Music, TV & Movies sections.

    Haven't really seen many tempers that come from Uruguay, so I think you are a fine addition.

    Now, excuse me for polluting this thread with my badly paint.net-ed avatar and signature.
     
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    Hi Domination! Maybe because of my age I'm still accustomed to good manners and all that [​IMG] Thanks for your recommendations. I already lurked the music and books section. I love music. In fact, I work at a classical music radio station as a DJ. It's a very slow paced work, with plenty time to even use a handheld console. You know, symphonies and operas are usually LONG pieces of music.
     
  14. Domination

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    Ah, a DJ, I think DJs are mostly eloquent and have good senses of humor. Clascal musc sn't my taste, but I would say its great to work around music, as its a very soothing form of media.

    Oh and snce you are still new and haven't gotten your DSi and flashcart yet, I would recommend you going to the [Essentials] DS thread after you get them. Its a thread where members vote for games they deem "essential", so you can catch up with some of the awesome games you have missed. There are quite a lot actually.
     
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    Taking note of your recommendation... Thanks again.
     
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    very well said.
     

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