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Tuesday, 13 May 2008 10:37

Nintendo launches Wiiware

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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A collection of downloadable games

 


Yesterday
, Nintendo launched Wiiware, a collection of downloadable games for its popular Wii console, available through the WiiShop service.

In the first wave there are six games: Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles, LostWinds, TV Show King, V.I.P. Casino Blackjack, Defend Your Castle and Pop.

Some of these games are just simple brain-teasers, whereas others will prove to be more complicated. However, you can always count on Nintendo to bring top-notch fun, and although the games might not feature breathtaking graphics and mind-blowing sound effects – that won't stop you from gluing your face to your TV.

You can check out the games and their respective trailers and screenshots on Nintendo's official site here.

Last modified on Tuesday, 13 May 2008 17:06
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