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Thursday, 05 July 2007 11:10

Nintendo face-lift boot camp

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Because I deserve it

 
Nintendo is releasing a new traning game which will focus on facial muscles. Otona No DS Kao Training, or just Face training, can be used on your Gameboy Advance and it videos your face while training.

Allegedly, the whole idea is to make your skin more elastic and have a prettier face. As funny as it may seem, I am a believer because if Nintendo WII can make an obese person get up and jump around, I bet that it will even make Paris Hilton prettier.

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