It’s actually pretty easy. Just look at the bottom screen of their DS:
If the only scratches you can see on the screen are arranged in the form of a perfect grid that precisely overlaps Etrian Odyssey‘s virtual graph paper, you can be pretty sure you’re dealing with a fan.
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Meanwhile, massive circular scratches on the middle of the screen indicate an Ouendan fan. Curse you, spinners!
Thumb shaped smudges sometimes indicate someone who actually used the thumb nub on their DS phat.
That’s… pretty much how my bottom screen looks. And I’ve only just started EOII.
I was a tester on New International Track and Field, if you saw my bottom screen you wouldn’t believe it still worked
I have a lot of scratches from TWEWY slices.
Yeah, after playing TWEWY and Ninja Gaiden back to back my screen is totally wrecked!
They call that the “Gray Scratch of Courage.”
Hehehe, my screen protectors all have that grid etched into them….
No screen protector, parish?
The newer, clear Pelican protectors are flawless. Just don’t get the anti-glare crap.
My mom’s got some serious cross-hatch scratching on her DS screen, but all she plays is Zoo Keeper. Same principle, I suppose.
Meanwhile, I have a DSi but it looks brand new. I fail as a gamer! (runs off to cry)
My first DS bore the Puzzle Quest scar grid on its screen protector until it fell in the line of duty.
Those lines look much cleaner and more precise than the graph lines on my DS.
you can spot that I am a fan with the 5 pvc figures I have.
My screen has no scratches, Parish; that’s what protectors are for (no, not the class, the accessory you get for your DS).
For a second I thought you secretly got a working 3DS, what with that orange glow.
My scratches are swirly circles, a mark of the Ouendan/EBA fanatic.
The old 2D version of Picross resulted in very similar grid-shaped scratches, as well as some other grid-based puzzle games I imported from Europe and Japan…
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