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  • Blog Post: This Is Probably The Best Game About Valet Parking I've Ever Seen

    You've never heard of Valet Parking 1989? This title is easily the most exciting DSiWare release of the year. Time to learn yourself a lesson. The amusing developer diary video below has two honors associated with it: It's the first time I've ever seen a game devoted to the seemingly mundane... More
  • Blog Post: Cave Story Gets A Possible Release Date For DSiWare

    Cave Story already made a splash when it arrived on WiiWare earlier this year. Now it's looking like the charming platformer may make its way to the DSi before the end of the year. Publisher Nicalis posted a cryptic tweet asking, "Guess what'll be available November 29th on DSiWare?!?"... More
  • Blog Post: WiiWare's Cave Story Makes Its Way To DS

    Few WiiWare titled got us more excited to turn on our systems than the old school emulating Cave Story. Fortunately, it looks like DS owners will get to experience all the game’s thrills as the title is now coming to DSiWare. The game’s US handler, Nicalis, hasn’t released a date yet... More
  • Blog Post: Crackdown's Sequel And Portable RPG Crack - Weekly Round Up 7/5

    This week sees the release of a highly anticipated 360 sequel, a JRPG of heroic proportions, and the portable version of a beloved Shin Megami Tensei game. That's right, Crackdown 2 (read our review ) hits the Xbox 360, Dragon Quest IX Sentinnels of the Starry Skies finally comes to America, and... More
  • Blog Post: Metroid: Other M And Sin & Punishment Delayed

    When we saw Samus' latest adventure in Metroid: Other M a couple months ago, we were excited about the June 27 release date, but it also raised some potential concerns about the game for us. It's unclear if those issues brought on today's news from Nintendo, but both Metroid and Sin &... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo DSiWare Turns One

    Nintendo celebrates a milestone today with the first anniversary of its DSiWare service. To date Nintendo has released over 150 downloadable games and applications including popular releases such as Trajectile, Starship Defense, Link ‘n’ Launch, Flipnote Studio and Mario vs. Donkey Kong:... More
  • Blog Post: DSi Downloads Non-Transferable

    In typical Nintendo fashion, the portable gaming powerhouse seems to have a dozen iterations of its flagship handheld in the pipeline at all times. The Nintendo DSi hit retail in April 2009, with the uber-sized DSi XL releasing exactly a year later. Forgoing a breather, Nintendo announced the 3DS last... More
  • Blog Post: Trailer And Screens Unveil Capcom's Lost 8-Bit Dark Void

    Fact or farce? Capcom has issued a statement claiming that back in the late 80s they were working on cutting-edge 8-bit cartridge technology for the NES and that their game, Dark Void, was positioned to rock your BluBlockers off. Apparently the ushering of the Super Nintendo sealed the game's fate... More
  • Blog Post: Iwata Pushing For WiiWare Demos

    Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata was frank at a recent earnings briefing, in which he told investors that demos for WiiWare products could help to increase sales. Via IGN we learned that Iwata and Nintendo intend to start testing a new WiiWare demo service sometime this month, starting with only a handful of... More
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