As usual, I’ve been debating whether I should bring my GBA or DS to E3. I go through a similar routine every morning. Yeah, it would be nice to play some Mario on the DS but the handheld is just so big. I usually settle for Advance Wars 2 on the GBA for the subway ride. But not for E3. According to Recongoddess there will be downloadable content via wireless on the floor. Hey, free stuff gets me everytime. She writes:
For those of you attending E3 you’ll want to bring your Nintendo DS with you to Nintendo’s booth. There will be an area dediated to DS Download Play. Visitors can try out samples of versions of Nintendo games delivered wirelessly, video content, and a few more surprises that Nintendo isn’t
quite ready to divulge. Plus you can pictochat with fellow GA staffers in attendance!
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