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Transcript of Nintendo 3DS
Endless... Priceless Positive: 3rd Dimension
Negative: Possible eye problems
Local: More ways for people to have fun with their friends near and far
Global: Connecting the people of the world and forwarding technology as a whole All rights are reserved to the original holders, authors, and photographers.
All logos, trademarks, and images of the Nintendo 3DS are reserved for Nintendo's purposes only.
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