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Celebrate Kirby: Triple Deluxe's European release with Pink + White 2DS

4:30 PM on 05.16.2014

Brittany Vincent

Associate Editor

I think it could fare to be pinker

Kirby: Triple Deluxe has landed in Europe, and Nintendo wants you to celebrate the event with the Pink + White 2DS, an adorable slice of fluff that's Kirby pink. Oh, and it's not available in the US. And it doesn't come with the game. You'd think at this point Nintendo would really start doing that. At least if you purchase the game via the Nintendo eShop, you'll get Kirby's Dream Land 2 free! 

It's kind of lame that we don't get this release, but US gamers have that gorgeous Peach Pink 2DS, and I guess that's good enough for me, even if I have to walk up into GameStop with my eyes down and ask for it, surrendering every shred of dignity in me as the clerk sizes me up and assumes I'm one of those girls who plays Bejeweled and Animal Crossing and says "Mare-ee-oh."

Truth is, I do play Bejeweled and Animal Crossing. And Duke Nukem. And StarCraft. Because they're games and who cares? Because who needs stupid boundaries between what we play, anyway? That's dumb. Anyway, this 2DS is cute as heck and you should buy one if you love the pink and white color scheme. 

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