How does Nintendo manage to still use cartridges for the 3DS?

#51Ace_McCloud_Posted 6/20/2010 10:58:01 PM
I still have my original NES, SNES, N64, GB, GBC, GBA, GC, DS, and DSLite. Never once has one stopped working or has been broken. On the other hand I've been through 3 360s and 2 PSPs. >_<
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#52Sirian_HawkPosted 6/21/2010 12:12:30 AM
Speaking of durability, when I was young, my little brother and I found a SNES cart laying in ditch in some water. It had no label and looked like it had been there awhile but hey we were kids. FREE GAME! Took it home, dried it off and popped it in. Ogre Battle... worked perfectly. Now that was an awesome game.
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#53TimohtepPosted 6/21/2010 12:45:33 PM
I've dropped my GBA on hard concrete multiple times, and it still runs absolutely perfectly. It is really, REALLY worn down though. I played it so much that I wore off the coloring on the back. The only problem I had was the battery cover. It was pretty flimsy. This is the GBA I have.

It's not the exact one, but I have that model.
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