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Find out what the f*ck Starfy is in New York City


5:00 AM on 07.08.2009
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When Nintendo announced the Nintendo DS title Legend of Starfy for a North American release, we asked "What the f*ck is Legend of Starfy?" With that question answered, we look towards filling in the next blank: Who the f*ck is Starfy?

Nintendo hopes to answer that question, celebrating the launch of The Legend of Starfy at the Nintendo World store in New York City’s Rockefeller Center this coming Saturday, July 11. From 1-3 p.m., Starfy himself (or a person dressed as him... her... it) will be on hand taking photographs and being f*cking Starfy.

Starfy-themed prizes will be available to attendees, as well as a chance to play (and purchase) The Legend of Starfy. You’ll also be able to get your face made up with Starfy-themed paintings, wear Starfy-themed clothes, and hold Starfy balloons.

Anyone in the area plan on heading out there to see what the f*ck is going on with Starfy?






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