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I ain't a chump because I'm playing Nintendo. In fact I'm holding a classic Dr. Mario tournament October 9th 2004 at 7:00 pm in Provo Utah.

See The Dr. Mario tournament Website for more details


The whole Mario series is Nintendo and their letsat systems are the Wii and the DS. The Wii has some Amazing new Mario games. The only reason that I personally don't play it is that it's not too carpal-tunnel friendly. In fact, I personally hate it, but it's apparently extremely popular and everyone I know who owns the system thinks it's wonderful. Also, if she likes DDR she isn't opposed to moving around, so that would be a very good choice. Unfortunately, Wii is a little pricey.The Nintendo DS is a re-chargable hand-held. It's great for car trips and the waiting rooms in the doctor's office. That has the dual screen/touch screen features and I believe that re-released Super Mario Brothers on that. The DS is much cheaper. It's generally more like $150 whereas the Wii is insanely pricey.Both systems can use Wi-fi internet to do stuff online. I think you can download games for the Wii.

Timberland Scarpes

Le caratteristiche strutturali di queste scarpe sono scarpe alte, l'altezza superiore è solitamente 13-15cm, con una forza di supporto, riduzione del danno può proteggere efficacemente la caviglia.

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