WiiWare/DSiWare releases for this week ending 3rd September

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So what’s new to download on Nintendo systems? Take a peek below if you’re interested:


  • Fishie Fishie (WiiWare: DK Games, 500 Wii Points)
  • GO Series 10 Second Run (DSiWare: Gamebridge, 200 DSi Points)
  • Where’s Wally Travel Pack 2 (DSi: Ludia, 500 DSi Points)
  • Jazzy Billiards (DSiWare: Arc System Works, 500 DSi Points)
  • My Farm (DSiWare: BiP media, 200 DSi Points)
  • Samurai Shodown III (Virtual Console: SNK, 900 Wii Points)

And so concludes this week’s Nintendo downloads. Any of the new releases tempting anyone? Also, on a side note, contray to the title, Jazzy Billiards is in fact a 9-ball pool game, just incase any of you people were planning on buying it on the assumption it was billiards, it’s slightly different.

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  • CaptainMonkey42

    Does anyone actually download games for the wii or ds? I’ve never bothered and i have limited net anyway – how big are the files?

  • Jack Joly

    The Virtual Console service is very good for picking up old classics that you either missed the first time round, or are now broken/the system you used to play them on is broken. Obviously some games don’t stand the test of time as well as others, but for the good ones, it doesn’t matter how old they are; they’ll still be enjoyable.

    And then for WiiWare and DSiWare, like full retail games, there are some masterpieces to be found, just as there are uninspiring generic titles to be found. It’s all about picking the right ones.

    As for the download size, it varies but almost all the time they’ll be a lot less demanding than PSN and Xbox Live Marketplace downloads.

  • CaptainMonkey42

    Well, i dont do downloads for the PSN or Xbox live either. Our internet is just too expensive and the games would probably cost us more than they are worth.
    We also have a lot of the old consoles still in working order with a lot of the games – the N64 still gets a workout here, and we even have an Atari 2600 with about 80 games lol.
    Not sure i’d bother with the downloads to be honest.

  • Jack Joly

    Each to their own, I guess. There is some new content pumped in via WiiWare and DSiWare, some new and innovative games that are worth a look. It isn’t like the only good games are the ancient ones.

    But, if your internet isn’t up to it then it probably isn’t worth the extra costs paying to download- one of the benefits of having a ISP with high/unlimited downloads.

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