In the old days of E3 in the mid-2000s, video game publishers were more generous with their promotional handouts than they have been in recent years. It wasn't uncommon to find people lugging sacks of collected goodies around with them as they trudged between North and West Halls at the Los Angeles Convention Center. 2004 was my first year in the video game reviewing biz, and at the time I was working for GameCube Advanced, a little outlet that would later go in to become Kombo. Being new to the GCA group in 2004, I worked the so-called homebound team covering E3 that year, writing up previews and opinion pieces based on the material that our on-site team in Los Angeles would send back after a long day on the show floor (remember, this was before the convenience of iPhones and ubiquitous Wi-Fi). It was a long week of late hours, so as a thank you gesture, the on-site team sent all of us at home a box of E3 hand-outs. The best and most interesting thing I received in that box was this Nintendo DS t-shirt that was handed out as part of the handheld's premiere. What's especially interesting about it is that the DS design on the shirt is not the final design that would ship to stores later that year, but is the iteration of the handheld that Nintendo was showing at E3. Take a trip back on memory lane to IGN's archives if you'd like to see more of the original DS design. I'm just here to show you the shirt.