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#12
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Nintendo Virginity Keeper (Nintendo VK) :)

Sony Life Waster

Microsoft HaloPlayer

Atari OWNZj00@11

SNK NeoGeo 2

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You Suck! Console :)

So people get confused whenever people start to talk about it :)

Also,

UberEliteStation, For those who take gaming seriously :)

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Nintendo Archimedes.

That's a very high class name. :)

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Nintendo Archimedes.

That's a very high class name. :(

You think so? :(

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It'd be a cool name for a buoyant console system. Or a console that can do advanced mathematics homework for you.

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It'd be a cool name for a buoyant console system. Or a console that can do advanced mathematics homework for you.

With a built-in Texas Instruments TI-92 Plus scientific calculator. Of course, with a permission from TI. Btw, TI calculators rock.




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