Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze and Nintendo Cat Ears

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Life is like that. One minute you got nothing, the next you got a game and some cat ears. Thanks Nintendo.~Derek Heinbokel

Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze and Nintendo Cat Ears

The other day I headed on over to GameStop to pick up the new Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze. During my visit a Nintendo representative was there and gave me a promotional Super Mario 3D World cat ears with a pin.

Donkey Kong and Cat Ears

Life is like that. One minute you got nothing, the next you got a game and some cat ears. Thanks Nintendo.

Editors Notes:

shippo

You might not have known this but catgirls have been popular in Japan for a long time, they are just cooler than us on some things. It is called, Shippo which means tail is Japanese and this device allows you to communicate using your ears and tail because we need new forms of communication using no sound or text.

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Derek Heinbokel

Derek Heinbokel was born in Owosso Michigan in 1988, and by the early 90s began playing video games on a regular basis. Growing up in the 90s the premier video game systems he owned were the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the Super Nintendo. Having played many of the current systems he still considers the NES a favorite. Some of most loved NES games in his collection include Batman, Rad Racer, Pinball Quest, Castlevania, and River City Ransom. Derek currently resides in Adrian Michigan where he continues to review and play video games of a wide variety. To him gaming is just a part of life, as it is to many.