Nintendo DS Signed by KORN: A Unique Gaming Collectible

A user stumbled upon a Nintendo DS signed by members of the band KORN, receiving a mix of interest and humor.

Nintendo DS Signed by KORN: A Unique Gaming Collectible
Published by Mason @ PC Game Spotlight 8 months ago


A Nintendo DS signed by KORN

A user shares a photo of a Nintendo DS signed by members of the band KORN. Many express excitement at the gaming collectible and suggest sharing the find with the KORN subreddit. Others question the reasoning behind having the band's autograph on a portable gaming device, while proposing the idea of having other gaming devices signed by different bands, like Limp Bizkit and Slipknot.

“Someone on my friends list just posted this,” the Reddit user writes, sharing a picture of what appears to be a silver Nintendo DS with the words ‘KORN’ and ‘JONATHAN DAVID’ signed on the back. Many respond with excitement and curiosity as to how the DS came to be signed, suggesting the user share the story on the KORN subreddit.

“I’d love to hear this story,” one user comments, “I really want to see the reaction of people on that sub when they see it’s a DS.” Another adds, “I’d love to see a DS signed by the whole band, all four members.” Other gamers propose having other gaming devices signed by different bands, like Limp Bizkit and Slipknot.

“I love signatures on consoles,” one user comments, “but I think I’d only love it if it was a band I liked.” Another shares, “I’d love any console or handheld signed by a band, as long as it wasn’t a child’s marker drawing.” Many express their appreciation of any console or handheld signed by a band, with one user making a lighthearted pun, calling the find “korny.”

There is a mix of responses regarding the authenticity of the autographs, with one user pointing out the presence of the Nintendo logo on the DS. Others express doubt regarding the signature’s authenticity, suggesting that a child may have drawn on the device. Another user responds, “If it was a kid, it’s a kid who listened to KORN, which is still cool.”

It is unclear from the post whether the user has purchased the DS, and many express doubt regarding its value as a gaming device. “It’s not like it’s even a DSi,” one user comments, “it’s a first-generation DS that’s been defaced.” Another suggests, “Maybe it’s not even a gaming device, and it’s some kind of collector’s item.”

Did you find a Nintendo DS signed by KORN? Would you consider it a valuable gaming collectible? Let us know in the comments section below.

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