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DS Daily: Will you wait?

While the DSi's April release hasn't been confirmed, we know that timeframe is at least likely, and that means the time is approaching for you to make a decision. Are you going to buy one right away? Will you wait? Or, since we know a few of you are out there, did you buy one already, thus making...

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Wii Warm Up: Realism

Not only is this a good question for gamers, but it's a particular good question for Nintendo fans: do you prefer realism in games, or not? Is it even an issue for you? Some people make their decisions based on other factors, and for them, whether or not a game is particularly realistic or more...

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DS Fanboy Review: Moon

Renegade Kid is doing their damndest to push the DS in a variety of ways. With their games Moon and Dementium, they've attempted to bring a big-console feel to the dual screens, and the two represent a genre outside of the handheld's typical comfort zone. Moon and Dementium aren't so colorful as...

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Show and Tell: A Tale of Some Kirbys

When Chrismix sent us pictures of a pink lantern Kirby, we were so bowled over by the cuteness that there was no other option than this: dedicating this week's Show and Tell to the little pink guy. Thus did we set out, scouring the harsh planes of these wild internets in search of custom Kirby swag....

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Dead Rising: less chopping, no jumping

More and more, it seems like Dead Rising for the Wii is not a harmonious port, adjusted to a new engine to improve the controls and to allow a new set of fans to enjoy the experience of knocking zombies down with bowling balls. Instead, it looks like Dead Rising is being pushed into the Resident...

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DS releases for the week of January 19th

For those of us in the United States, this week may be notable for more than video games, despite the debut of the fascinating Big Bang Mini ... and that may not even be limited to us! Well, Big Bang Mini is, but the news goes everywhere. Of course, if you think about it, so do DS games, if you...

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Fragile screens: great setting, uneven quality

We've been big fans of Fragile since its debut, and it's certainly a highly-anticipated title around here, even though we don't know whether or not it'll ever see a release outside of Japan (though it's likely). That doesn't mean, however, that we won't criticize it occasionally, and so we're going...

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Wii Warm Up: Underused ideas

We see a lot of games in which you race cars or karts, play as some sort of soldier or agent (sometimes in space), or a young man with a large weapon of some sort, which he and his friends must use to stave off impending doom. You get the idea, and you know the patterns. But what would you like to...

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DS Daily: Recommend some homebrew apps

We often talk about the homebrew software we recommend for the DS, so today, we thought it might be nice to turn the tables. What's on your flash cart? Do you prefer homebrew games or applications? What are your favorites? What would you like to see more of?...

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DS Daily: Motion

If you want motion control on your DS, it's available, and about to be even more available. Between the homebrew solutions, riskier options, and official motion-sensing tech coming down the pipeline, we're about to hit a glut of handheld movement. The question is ... do you want motion controls on...

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