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Topic: Do you think DSiWare turned old?

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Birdman

I'm not sure I understand how a system and its games can "turn old". Of course, to state whether or not DSiWare "turned old" would require a definition of "turning old". Sure, it's a 4-year old service and developers have largely abandoned it for mobile platforms and the 3DS eShop, but it's still got a library full of diamonds in the rough and unique gems worth discovering. It's not fully irrelevant, but I don't understand what would make it "old".

Exactly.
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TsunamiSensei

Why is this forum of people less?

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ramstrong

Morphtorok wrote:

Should we move all the threads to the Retro forum?

Petit Computer is still active. Having trouble finding anything else, though.

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Let's just call a spade, a spade.

Sunnymj

DSiWare is not turning any older than normal DS-games. There may not come many new great games on the serviece, but there will always be old classics.

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