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Nintendo Ds Lightsaber Stylus Won’T Cut Off Fingers

by Paul Strauss
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I’m a sucker for lightsabers. Sure, I’d really like to have an authentic one that could sear off limbs or disintegrate your foes in a single swipe, but as an inhabitant of the real world, I generally have to settle for cheap toys instead. Now your Nintendo DS can get in on the action thanks to these little saber-inspired styli.

Nintendo DS Lightsaber Stylus

The officially licensed lightsabers are perfect for playing games on your DS, especially for a round of Lego Star Wars (or maybe you can just save them until The Force Unleashed hits this September). While they’re too big to fit into your DS’ stylus slot, it’s a small price to pay to have the coolest stylus on the block.

You can pick up a 3-pack of the standard ones for $7.99, but you really should drop the $16.99 on a pair of the ones that actually light up thanks to LED blades. Sweet.

[via View From Heaven via GoNintendo]

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