Curious minds want to know...where are your ds games?

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User Info: Darkstorm16

Darkstorm16
5 years ago#1
and 3ds, my question is where do you keep your ds and 3ds cartridge? Are they in their original box or do you toss them away? Where do you keep your cartridge and manuals then? I....kinda wanna know because I have a few used games I bought that never had a case.
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User Info: angealfire

angealfire
5 years ago#2
I keep all my games for any system in their box/case and keep them all on a bookshelf

User Info: Magozi

Magozi
5 years ago#3
I don't really understand why people would throw away the cases, it's understandable for NES-N64 games and GB-GBA games, but by DS and GameCube, the best thing to do is just to keep it.

The cartridge always stays in it's case, so it's organized and easy to reach/find. The manuals are sometimes included, but other times I don't need them and I throw them out.

Since you have a few games that don't have a case, I would recommend getting a fairly expansive cartridge holder that can hold multiple cartridges at a time. However, should you get a DS game with the case included, always keep it with you.

And those are just my thoughts on the matter.
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User Info: LightHawKnight

LightHawKnight
5 years ago#4

From: angealfire | #002
I keep all my games for any system in their box/case and keep them all on a bookshelf


This.
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User Info: yab

yab
5 years ago#5
If I don't play them anymore, in the case.
If I'm playing through them frequently, then in a plastic sandwich or freezer bag. I did that with GB & GBA games too.
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User Info: Darkstorm16

Darkstorm16
5 years ago#6
yab posted...
If I don't play them anymore, in the case.
If I'm playing through them frequently, then in a plastic sandwich or freezer bag. I did that with GB & GBA games too.

lol just dont put them in the freezer
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User Info: brStalker

brStalker
5 years ago#7
I keep them in their cases, with the one I'm currently playing the most inserted on the 3DS.
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User Info: pikachupwnage

pikachupwnage
5 years ago#8
brStalker posted...
I keep them in their cases, with the one I'm currently playing the most inserted on the 3DS.

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User Info: weemadarthur

weemadarthur
5 years ago#9
I have a club Nintendo card holder to take with me.

The rest of the unworthier games are in their original cases on my nightstand. They get to wait until further notice.
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User Info: sumostickfigure

sumostickfigure
5 years ago#10
I stopped getting rid of game boxes when they moved up to plastic cases and ditched the cardboard boxes from earlier systems.
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