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GameStop lets you become the Nintendo 64 kid


1:00 AM on 12.04.2009
GameStop lets you become the Nintendo 64 kid photo



Similar to the promotion GameStop ran for Left 4 Dead 2 in which you could become a zombie using a simple picture of yourself, Internet voodoo, and a whole lot of patience, there's a new one that turns you into the infamous Nintendo 64 kid.

Although, knowing most of you, chances are high it's going to be more historical figures, infants, and inanimate objects than your own personal mugshot that get uploaded. After about ten tries or so, I finally got the damn thing to accept a photo of Mr. Destructoid.

As you can plainly see, I have created a monster.

[Via GoNintendo]






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