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Do game/cex accept a ds lite without a stylus?

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
as above?

thanks
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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1 Like #1
poundland can fix that problem if they wont
1 Like #2
would imagine so.
But can you not get the stylus pens in poundland?
1 Like #3
Ive got loads of spare stylus what colour are you looking for ?
#4
Thanks peeps. May put a ds lite towards a 3ds for deposit.
1 Like #5
MarzBarz
Thanks peeps. May put a ds lite towards a 3ds for deposit.


I'd wait until they release a few decent games first
#6
dandoc2
MarzBarz
Thanks peeps. May put a ds lite towards a 3ds for deposit.


I'd wait until they release a few decent games first


Hmm theyll probably release a flash cart for it lol
1 Like #7
if its for a child please don't get a 3DS they are really bad for their eyes.
#8
Shellywelly
if its for a child please don't get a 3DS they are really bad for their eyes.


She is 9 hmmm, i did read that and did get a little worried tbh.
2 Likes #9
My son wants one and I just don't think its worth the risk to be honest.
#10
Shellywelly
if its for a child please don't get a 3DS they are really bad for their eyes.


thats actually most likely nonsense.
#11
Your text here

Edited By: shanecr on Feb 14, 2011 11:45
1 Like #12
page not found and doubtful that its nonsense as common sense would say its bad for anyones eyes. I just know I wouldn't risk it for my son.
#13
Shellywelly
page not found and doubtful that its nonsense as common sense would say its bad for anyones eyes. I just know I wouldn't risk it for my son.


fair enough for you to be over cautious like nintendo.

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/01/05/eye-specialists-question-nintendos-warning-on-3-d-technology-and-children/?partner=rss&emc=rss
#14
shanecr
Shellywelly
page not found and doubtful that its nonsense as common sense would say its bad for anyones eyes. I just know I wouldn't risk it for my son.


fair enough for you to be over cautious like nintendo.

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/01/05/eye-specialists-question-nintendos-warning-on-3-d-technology-and-children/?partner=rss&emc=rss


Where my son is concerned i will always be 'over cautious'

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