Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Awwwww... DSiWare is one year old

Such a cute lil'guy. Doesn't really do that much though, does he?

Honestly, how many DSiWare titles have you downloaded this year? I bought Dark Void and Flipnote. Was Flipnote this year? I think it was- I guess it has to have been, DSiWare is only one you know.

There just isn't much to buy to feed a huge install base that is surely chomping at the bit to DL some C. Unless you're a fan of calculators and calendars that is, then there's plenty to go around.

*cough*cough*NES games*cough*GBA titles*cough*

Just sayin'... Anyway, here's a video. Enjoy.

In just one year’s time, the Nintendo DSiWare service has offered more than 150 downloadable games and applications that illustrate the service’s reputation as a playground for creativity. Trajectile, Starship Defense and Link ‘n’ Launch are just a few examples of original games published by Nintendo exclusively for the Nintendo DSi system that have been well-received by reviewers. Art Style series games like Art Style: Pictobits and Art Style: DIGIDRIVE also showcase the system’s versatility.
Flipnote Studio is among the best reviewed software of all time for the Nintendo DS family of systems, while Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again! is a perennial fan favorite.
Third-party developers, big and small, have taken advantage of the unique properties of the Nintendo DSi system to create some outstanding software. Glow Artisan won the Independent Games Festival’s Best Mobile Game Design Award, while titles like DRAGON QUEST® WARS, Mighty Flip Champs and Dark Void Zero all continue to deliver fun game play.
Nintendo DSiWare has a lot of exciting original, exclusive titles on the horizon, including Nintendo’s Photo Dojo, which uses the Nintendo DSi camera to put players right in the midst of a side-scrolling street brawl. With Nintendo’s 2-D shooting game, Metal Torrent, players try to convert a shower of opponents’ bullets into cubes that, when collected, increase their score and fill an energy meter that powers special weapons. And X-Scape from Nintendo immerses players in an exploratory adventure involving more than 20 planets.
Upcoming third-party games include Earthworm Jim from Gameloft, Tetris Party Live from Hudson, Surviving High School from EA and Frogger Returns from Konami.
For more information about Nintendo DSiWare, please visit