Could cold temperatures hurt a 3DS cartridge? I have one in the mail but it's snowing a lot right now. Would it be fine tomorrow?
Well, if leaving game in extreme heat is bad, then i can only assume that same for the cold as well. That is just an assumption of course. I would say go an be a little adventurous and go get the game and stuff it in your coat and get back inside.
>tomorrow when the snow melts
If you're in a climate where snow can come and go in one day, you have nothing to worry about. If it was -40 or something it might be an issue, but being just below freezing won't do shit
Technology doesn't really have issues with cold, at worst it might take a while to warm up and behave fucked up until it does.
Then again nintendo has really been cheaping out on their build quality as of late, so who knows.
>dropped my gbc well over a hundred times
>still perfect condition
>never dropped my ds lite
>L and R are completely fucked, don't register unless I press HARD
>touch screen has areas where it won't register sometimes
There was a time when this was true, not anymore sadly.
One time I let a friend borrow a 3DS game. She left her purse with her 3DS on top of her car like a dumbass. It fell onto the road and got ran over. I rushed out to the scene and pulled the mangled cartridge from one of the hundreds of pieces of 3DS scattered across the road. Still worked.
>bringing games in from the cold
Such a good feeling. Go get that game pussy.
It will be fine, you should go to primary school and learn some entry level physics.
You won't be, with that attitude, however.
Do enjoy your diabetes, though.
>Original fat DS was built like a brick
My sister knocked mine off the couch and it got completely fucked, and that was only like a 3 foot drop.