DS cartridges are tiny. Really effing tiny. So small, in fact, that with but a matchbox, one can generally hold as many games as he or she could possibly need in a single trip out.
The games, of course, aren't sold as such. They come in boxes, proprietary boxes. There are very few, if any, specially made racks and stands for these cases, and many find them to be nothing more than a hindrance. Our question to you: do you keep the boxes and instruction manuals for DS games, and if you do, do you actually store each game inside its respective box? They quite literally inflate the size of the game by a factor of a hundred ... do you stand for it?
DS Daily: What remains
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