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Club Nintendo: Mario & Luigi Mini Cases

Posted on the 28 June 2011 by Trigger
Club Nintendo: Mario & Luigi mini casesWhat's this? A european Club Nintendo exclusive? No way!
These thingies will hold about 12 DS carts, if that's what you wanna stick in there. They will be yours for the sum of 2500 Stars, and for that price you get not just one, but both.
So, what would you guys use them for?

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