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NintendoWare Weekly: Pearl Harbor Trilogy, 101 Shark Pets

The Virtual Console is resting for the holiday, but Nintendo has attempted to compensate for its absence with so much DSiWare. If you like ... browsing the DSi Shop, this is the week for you. Meanwhile, WiiWare has two games, including a WWII air combat game that sounds surprisingly full-featured...

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NintendoWare Weekly: Flametail, Lead the Meerkats

The highlight of this week's releases on DSiWare is a stylish, spacefaring puzzle game from Nintendo about incinerating space trash. All the science-fictional manmade junk contrasts nicely with WiiWare's Lead the Meerkats, which simulates the life of a group of meerkats in their natural habitat....

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European Nintendo downloads: Phoenix Wright, Discolight

European DS owners had to wait a long time for Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations. In fact, it was released after its sequel, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney. The wait wasn't nearly as painful for the WiiWare port of Trials and Tribulations. It's out today, three months after the...

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NintendoWare Weekly: Bit.Trip Runner, Looksley's Line Up, Kirby Super Star

It's quite the week for the DSi and Wii as far as downloadables go -- Bit.Trip Runner arrives on WiiWare today and EA, Tecmo Koei and Konami all offer solid titles for DSiWare. Oh, and you can finally get your hands on Looksley's Line Up, the interesting 3D DSiWare game from Nintendo. There's even...

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NintendoWare Weekly: Photo Dojo, Earthworm Jim, Phoenix Wright

If you've had the slightest interest in Photo Dojo, Nintendo's weird DSiWare fighting game that uses the camera to make its fighters, you should download it today. If you don't have any interest in that, you should download it today. If you've never heard of Photo Dojo, go ahead and load up the DSi...

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European Nintendo downloads: Final Fantasy, Rytmik, Metal Torrent

If you're in Europe and can somehow tear yourself away from Sin & Punishment: Successor of the Skies today (we're very jealous) you can play the very first Final Fantasy on Virtual Console. And ... Pub Darts! On DSiWare, the standout title is Rytmik, a music creation utility sort of like Korg...

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NintendoWare Weekly: Final Fantasy II, Max & the Magic Marker

Sure, you could play Final Fantasy XIII on PS3 and Xbox 360 this week, but you could also buy a Final Fantasy game whose quality isn't under any debate -- partly because it's really good, and partly because Final Fantasy II for SNES was released in 1991 and the debate has pretty much elapsed by now....

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European Nintendo downloads: Mega Man 10, Bit.Trip Void, Dark Void Zero

It's a fantastic day to be in Europe like retro and retro-style downloadable games. Coinciding with that amazing Bit.Trip Runner trailer, its predecessor Bit.Trip Void is now avaiable on WiiWare, along with the authentically NES-style Mega Man 10! There's even a real retro game available on Virtual...

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NintendoWare Weekly: Mega Man 10, Fatal Fury Special

[Capcom] Mega Man 10 is up today on the Wii Shop, offering a new 8-bit-style test of your memory, patience, and pure twitch ability. This time, however, it's got easy mode! Imagine being able to tell all your friends you completed Mega Man 10 -- without resorting to the total lie you told about...

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European Nintendo downloads: Monkey Island, Phoenix Wright, Flips

The WiiWare and DSiWare releases in Europe are startlingly uniform this week.All three WiiWare releases cost 1,000 Wii Points each, and all four DSiWare games cost 500 points. Well, we say games, but really we mean three games and an interactive book thing. Terror in Cubicle Four is actually a...

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