Only Nintendo gamers will understand the struggle. Here are some of my top 5 struggles of being a Nintendo DS gamer.
1. It won't fit in our pockets (unless your pocket is large enough!)
"Nintendo DS Dark Blue" by © CC- (CC-BY) 2006 ALT1040 and can be found here. TekBotic does not own or claim copyrights to this image nor represent any of the companies depicted in the material.
If you wear super-sized khaki pants or have large pockets, good for you! You'll probably have no trouble at all stuffing the Nintendo DS in your pockets. Unfortunately the rest of us who wear jeans will just have to buy an awesome casing for our Nintendos.
But then again, I wouldn't want to place it in my pockets and risk it getting the screen scratched!
2. We can't see much when you're outside
When you're outside under the sun, there probably isn't very much to see on your Nintendo screen. The reflection blocks out the screen and tilting doesn't really solve the problem. :( I guess we're stuck indoors.
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3. Sucks if we have big thumbs
If you have a nice big, wide, thumb like mine, you might have some trouble pressing the buttons down (or pressing many buttons down!).
Now, the gamers with nice slim fingers (you know who you are!) might be asking, "What's the big problem?". Just. Don't. Even.
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4. Game transfers sometimes take a tonne of time
Transfers from the 2DS to 3DS or 3DS XL, might take a long time. I just wish I could magically transfer all my previous game data with the snap of a finger. The struggle is real.
"In Progress: Transferring data from 3DS to 3DS XL" by © CC- (CC-BY) 2006 daveynin and can be found here. TekBotic does not own or claim copyrights to this image nor represent any of the companies depicted in the material.
5. We're always low on battery
The Nintendo 3DS XL has a better battery life duration but still doesn't last long. I hate the feeling when I'm outside playing and just when I'm about to catch a Charizard, the low battery sign pops up. CURSE YOU BATTERY.
Since we're on the topic of low battery, your gaming buddies from TekBotic wanted to introduce you our newest product specially made to combat that issue!
Our Play and Charge TekBotic 3DS/3DS XL/2DS Charging Cord is the answer to our battery problems.
We wanted to give our Nintendo gamers a long, 10 feet cable so that you can sit back and relax while gaming on the couch.
Made with durable and long-lasting materials, our new cable allows you to play and charge continuously and not worry about low batteries.
Plus, like all our TekBotic products, the cable is covered by a 12-month warranty to ensure you get what you paid for!
It's compatible with the Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL, and the 2DS.
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Until then, continue gaming strong!