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The crimson and black Lite we should have received



iQue Limited is at it again. After last month's Super Mario 64 DS Lite, Nintendo's distributor for China has come up with this drool-worthy reworking of the senior crimson and black Lite that the U.S. and Japan received earlier this year. With its laser-etched dragons and deep red hue, it's one highly desirable piece of kit, but we'd advise you don't hold your breath for a release outside China.

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Paul S.1

12-21-2007 @ 3:31PM

Paul S. said...

While this DS is quite awesome, I would never trade my crimson & black DS lite signed by Eiji Aonuma for it.

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Lupe2

12-21-2007 @ 3:46PM

Lupe said...

OMG! I soooo want this! I love asia designs, and just LOOOOVE dragons, this I would keep with me forever!

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KamenRiderTakoyaki3

12-23-2007 @ 4:08PM

KamenRiderTakoyaki said...

This is it, my idea of a perfect video game system. Red with designs of mythic animals to appeal to my Chinese sensibilities, and the fact that's it's a DS lite makes it all worth while.
Oh I wish there were a contest for this item, or if Nintendo World is going to sell it...

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