100 Classic Book Collection

January 6, 2009

Not sure where I stand with this one.

On one hand, it might inspire some children to put down My Sim Pony or More Murder Training, on the other it might be a cynical ploy by Nintendo to cash-in on the octogenarian demographic of the DS by offering copyright free classic books (and hence no pesky royalties for the Big N to pay) in one “convenient” package.

So what you get here are bori^H^H^H classic works from the likes of Shakey (‘speare, not Stevens unfortunately, it seems the lyrical wonder of Lipstick, Power and Paint is once again criminally overlooked), Austen (Drage?) and purveyor of overly masculine perfumes, Victor Hugo (Boss).

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