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Nintendo Releases 17/7/09

Written by Fallen124 on Friday, 17 July 2009One Comment

This week’s Nintendo releases:




A Little Bit of… Puzzle League - 500 points

This is a stripped down version of Planet Puzzle League for DS. It’s a block puzzler which has you connecting blocks of the same colour to clear them from the screen in order to prevent your stack from becoming too high. There are four single player modes to choose from: Endless (survive to earn a top score), Clear (eliminate all blocks above the line), Score Attack (score as high as possible in two minutes), and Vs. COM (use items and combos to attack a computer opponent).




MUSHA - 900 points

MUSHA is a Sega Mega Drive / Genesis game that shooter fans favor for its intense and exciting gameplay. Players must control Terri, a girl who pilots a MUSHA (Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor). Terri’s goal is to eliminate Dire 51, an Intellicomputer that has gone out of control and is planning an offensive attack upon humanity.

Use special weapons like the Vanishing Buster, Blazing Beam and Defensive Detonator, along with offensive options that allow six types of formation fire. Battle through seven exhilarating levels to finally reach and destroy Dire 51 once and for all.




Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord - 1000 points

Introducing a new hero - or should that be villainess? The daughter of the Darklord! Set fiendish traps for any adventurer foolish enough to cross you, then send in your monstrous minions to finish the job!

FINAL FANTASY® CRYSTAL CHRONICLES®: My Life as a Darklord™ puts you in the highly fashionable shoes of the Darklord’s daughter, a malevolent little Miss, charged with dispatching intruding do-gooders by strategically placing traps and monsters around the tower she calls home.

It’s a real time strategy game with a devilish twist!




Smash Table Tennis - 600 points

Konami’s Smash Table Tennis (Ping Pong) is a sports arcade game created in 1985 by Konami. This is the Famicom Disk System port from 1987. The game is noted as the first video game to accurately reflect the gameplay of table tennis, as opposed to earlier over-simplifications like Pong. As with other Konami titles of the time, it was ported to several 8-bit computer systems and video game consoles.

The game can be played singleplayer or multiplayer, using 11 point scoring rules; the first player to attain a score of 11 or higher, leading by two points, wins the game. The player must win the best of two out of three games in order to beat the match.

One Comment »

  • Nintendo Wii Forums said:

    There was a card game released also and it sucked pretty bad!

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