Our New Hero Is This Legend Who Used Their DS To Take Snaps At A Gig

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  • Our New Hero Is This Legend Who Used Their DS To Take Snaps At A Gig
    POSTED Nov 02 2021

    Nintendo 3DS
    Nintendo 3DS. Photo taken from @pastomouthburn's Twitter account.

    If you've ever been at a gig and seen a sea of people trying to get the perfect snap, then you'll know how phones tend to all look the same. But what if you saw a DS sticking out amongst the crowd?

    Twitter user @pastomouthburn took to Twitter to share a photo of someone using their Nintendo 3DS to film Ashnikko's performance, and it's definitely one of the more interesting ways to capture memories of a show that we've seen.

    It's very possible that the person in question was using their 3DS to film in 3D, which explains why they weren't using their phone. However, we'd prefer to live in a world where that's not the case, they just wanted to store the memories of Ashnikko's performance on their DS.

    The photo comes from Ashnikko's Halloween show in New York, which took place at the iconic Terminal 5. Don't be surprised if you start seeing this more at shows from now on, because it's a good way to save your phone battery.

    READ MORE: Pop Emergency: Charli XCX Has Teased What Seems To Be The Collaborators On XCX5

    Check out footage from the gig below, and see if you can spot the 3DS being used amongst the crowd. If your phone ever runs flat at a concert, then have a DS on hand - you never know when you might need it.

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Submitted by ben.madden on Tue, 02/11/2021 - 09:08

Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 3DS. Photo taken from @pastomouthburn's Twitter account.

If you've ever been at a gig and seen a sea of people trying to get the perfect snap, then you'll know how phones tend to all look the same. But what if you saw a DS sticking out amongst the crowd?

Twitter user @pastomouthburn took to Twitter to share a photo of someone using their Nintendo 3DS to film Ashnikko's performance, and it's definitely one of the more interesting ways to capture memories of a show that we've seen.

It's very possible that the person in question was using their 3DS to film in 3D, which explains why they weren't using their phone. However, we'd prefer to live in a world where that's not the case, they just wanted to store the memories of Ashnikko's performance on their DS.

The photo comes from Ashnikko's Halloween show in New York, which took place at the iconic Terminal 5. Don't be surprised if you start seeing this more at shows from now on, because it's a good way to save your phone battery.

READ MORE: Pop Emergency: Charli XCX Has Teased What Seems To Be The Collaborators On XCX5

Check out footage from the gig below, and see if you can spot the 3DS being used amongst the crowd. If your phone ever runs flat at a concert, then have a DS on hand - you never know when you might need it.

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