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1. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 11:06 BST
Anyone who buys a DSi will get 1000 free Nintendo points, so there is no excuse for not downloading a few games from the DSiWare service on day one... the question is, what will you choose?
Personally I think I will buy both of the Art Style games, the WiiWare games were all excellent so these would be a good bet.
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2. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 11:27 BST
WarioWare: Snapped! or Art Style: Azurio, but not both. I'd like to save some points just in case I can't get any Points Cards next week!
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3. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 11:58 BST
I can't wait for Pop Plus Solo, but I plan on purchasing everything at launch anyway.I also can't wait for the Art Style game where you have to roll up the cubes.
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4. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 12:10 BST
Probably Art Style: Azurio. But Mighty Flip Champs is the game I'm most looking forward to for DSiWare.
Edited on Wed 1st April, 2009 @ 12:11 by Corbs
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5. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 12:13 BST
WarioWare and Art Style: D-Code, I think.
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6. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 12:27 BST
Wario Ware for sure! then I'll wait for the reviews!
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7. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 13:05 BST
Anybody think Pyoro looks a bit challenging? I mean, of course, Ice Climber-Donkey Kong Jr.-Wrecking Crew challenging, not chewing-aluminium-foil-together-with-wasabi-and-chilli-sauce challenging (like the original Metroid is)?
8. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 18:06 BST
internet channelArt style: D-code....maybe....
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9. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 18:17 BST
Mighty Flip Champs hopefully, although it probably won't be released for awhile. I guess i'll see what's available on launch. All these conflicting reports are quite annoying. Well, we'll probably get a good idea tomorrow with Australia's DSi launch.
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10. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 18:33 BST
Actually, the Australian shop is already open. The games available are WarioWare, Art Style: D-Code, Art Style: Aquite, Pyoro and Paper Plane.
11. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 18:42 BST
Thanks Drake. Didn't realise that. Out of all those games, i'd say i'm likely to buy...
None of those. If anything, it'd be WarioWare for my brothers or sisters but i'm not too interested myself.
12. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 19:19 BST
I'l be saving the 1000 points they give me on launch, as none of those titles appeal. Something good is sure to follow soon...
13. Posted: Wed 1st Apr 2009 22:03 BST
I prefer WarioWare. I may save the other 500 Virtual Handheld.
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14. Posted: Thu 2nd Apr 2009 03:02 BST
If the Australia launch is anything to go by, then I'll buy all of them (i'm in US) lol theres nothing on the Australia launch that does'nt interest me D:
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15. Posted: Thu 2nd Apr 2009 03:16 BST
I already made my first two purchases (if the DSi Browser counts as a 'purchase'...the shop says it's a purchase, so there ya go), but the DSiWare that I actually 'bought' was WarioWare: Snapped! It is actually a lot of fun, if a little small (being a small DSiWare release), and there's a bonus game in the vein of Pyoro, Paper Plane, Chiritorie and Jump Forever, called 'Credits'. I won't spoil the details, so if you download the game, then be sure to try it out!
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16. Posted: Thu 2nd Apr 2009 06:08 BST
Wario-ware will be the first thing I buy.
17. Posted: Thu 2nd Apr 2009 07:23 BST
Defo Wario Ware! Can't wait
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18. Posted: Thu 2nd Apr 2009 22:51 BST
Pyoro and Aquazuriarite (or whatever the heck they're calling it now).
Edited on Thu 2nd April, 2009 @ 22:52 by Philip_J_Reed
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19. Posted: Fri 3rd Apr 2009 00:28 BST
Hi all,can anyone tell me, will nintendo wii points the old ones work on the dsi shop? or only the new nintendo points?i think ill doownload them all come lauch, but if i could pick just 1, would be wario
Edited on Fri 3rd April, 2009 @ 00:29 by Yesteryeargamez
20. Posted: Fri 3rd Apr 2009 01:19 BST
@YesteryeargamezI can tell you that now, both Wii and DSi use Nintendo Points. It works exactly the same way, except that on the DSi they're now called 'Nintendo DSi Points'.Basically, when you redeem a 'Nintendo Points Card', you can either add them to your Wii Shop Channel account (as Wii Points) or your DSi Shop account (as DSi Points). That's the gist of it, anyway...