Well, Nintendo killed the DS line and of course, I'm late to this. The 3DS was one of the few consoles I've had close to its release. The first 3DS I got back in 2012 at a very dead mall. What I remember from this day, we were on our way back home when a bad thunderstorm hit our town and that's all I Remember. Along with the 3DS, I got Ridge Racer and some Micro Machines game on the DS. I was and still suck at the Ridge Racer. Although I got MKDS for free because my mom found a cartridge on the floor and just gave it to me; I also sucked and only played 50cc. Does anyone remember Nintendo Video? I watched a couple of Bravest Warriors episodes with that service. Now everyone remembers Swapnote, right? Well, my 'notes' were just literal gibberish and I had almost all of the stencils unlocked. (I still have the audio I recorded on the SD card) Now, this blue 3DS met its fate when I broke the charger plug on it back in early 2016. Fast forward to 2017 and I get a 'new' model from GameStop for $60. This is when I could use a Mario Amiibo I got. When I was younger, I used the internet browser to watch videos past my bedtime and thus is why I have 600 hours on the internet browser. Swapdoodle's cool but not the same. Now with both, I met someone from Alaska and someone else from someplace with no map. It's sad that I've never had anyone aside from family members on my friend list. Now, I use my 3DS more than my Switch at the moment. Thank you, Nintendo.