Wait, you didn't know? The future
is where all the fun is. It's where children laugh in unceasing
delight, merrily skipping through the radioactive wastelands with their DS Lites held tightly in at least one of their seven hands. Indeed, a copy of Hotel Dusk
is just the thing to idle the day away and distract from the impending threat of multi-headed toaster beasts roaming the world.
Thus is the picture painted by a recent EB Games flyer posted in the NeoGAF forums
, urging consumers to trade in the past and embrace a more touchy-feely sort of future. As if hurling the PSP into "the past" wasn't confusing enough, the original version of the DS also finds itself traveling through time. Doesn't that create some sort of inconceivable time paradox?