seems like a genuine good idea
We recently reported that the Nintendo 3DS has a slight problem with its current design where the lower screen rubs against the top screen causing marks to appear which can then become permanent scratches (SSoD).
Well it seems some illustrious gamers have come up with a home made solution to an increasingly common problem especially as Nintendo refuse to take responsibility for the problem and recommend using a piece of plastic or cloth placed between the two screens instead.
By taking off the little rubber feet from the base of their Xbox 360 consoles and sticking them to the top screen of the 3DS creates better cushioning and prevents the lower screen housing from ever touching the top screen, thus alleviating the scratching issue.
If you're a 3DS owner and also own any electronic device (especially a 360), then perhaps this method is something you should consider - do try this at home. We spoke to Nintendo customer services about performing this action and because the rubber feet would be removable, this act wouldn't be classed as a permanent modification to the console thus not affecting your warranty in any way.
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creative idea....too bad the 3ds is going to suffer the same fate as virtual boy