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If you want motion control on your DS, it's available, and about to be even more available. Between the homebrew solutions, riskier options, and official motion-sensing tech coming down the pipeline, we're about to hit a glut of handheld movement. The question is ... do you want motion controls on your DS? Is it even an issue? Sure, some things might be nice. Feel free to suggest a few! But would you pay for it?

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