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3D (¥800), and two Nintendo releases; the free (with payment models for online storage/viewage) Flipnote Studio 3D and finally the Japanese release of Mario AND Donkey Kong Minis Carnival (¥1,200).
Like it so much I just created a custom one for my own 3ds xl as well.Unfortunately all are priced the same although Fantasy Life LINK!Merchandise wise there is a ton of Ace Attorney 5 merchandise beginning with the sexy look Ace Attorney 5 3DS Card Pocket 6 (pictured here and above) which is sadly only for six game cards and will sell for ¥840.My 14 year-old son requested this to match hi phone skin and gets lots of compliments from his schoolmates when they his gaming device; they tell him that he must be "rich" to have such personalized electronic devices because he has the exact same skin on his smart phone-he's the only one in school (that he knows of) that has these complete skins!3DXChat is the web's newest downloadable interactive game strictly made for adults who want to connect and feel a unique sensual experience in the virtual 3D world of gaming.I've not been disappointed with one yet, and this one is no different.
The design, layout, and ease of installation make these skins stand out above all the rest!
Specification: Material: polyester fiber Design: Red Lips Size: 180cmx180cm / 71x71" Function: waterproof and mould proof Feature: Soft and comfortable handing feeling Prevent water from splashing out of the shower stall Vibrant and chic design, one side printing Washing Tips: - Please note that it can not bleach.
If there have some stains on the curtains, please soak the item in warm water with some ordinary detergent.
The second is called Bodipod, a medical imaging function that allows you to pull off layers of skin to study anatomy.
Finally a couple of decals starting with the Ace Attorney 5 3DS LL PC Cover (pictured here) for ¥1,575 and Ace Attorney 5 3DS LL Stickers (pictured here) for just ¥714.
You can even walk around the entire perimeter of the person's image and see their back and sides. Well, you don't have to be a professor to answer that question, rhetorical as it may be.