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A note on comments from DS Fanboy


If you're a keen observer of the site, and an avid commentator (we love those most of all, y'know), then perhaps you've seen the change in our commenting system. Yes, we've adopted the newer style that Engadget has enjoyed for many a moon. The new system allows commentators to have one name and password that works across all of our network sites, totally doing away with those pesky emails that demand confirmation before a comment shows up.

Now, with the new features comes a few snags, sadly. You will not be able to change your password for a little while (we're working on it!) and occasionally you'll notice a URL linked to your name, or your name for that matter, might come out with a couple mistakes. We're also fixing that, as well.Your password will be included in the first confirmation email, so be sure to not trash that one until we can roll out the password change feature.

Once again, I, as well as the rest of the staff, would like to thank you for your continued support of the Nintendo-based fanboy sites. You guys make this all possible for us, as well as enjoyable, and we couldn't do it without you. Hopefully the new comment system will see some more input on topics from those who have been turned away from the comment system of the past.

Thanks, and keep reading!

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