This Week’s Nintendo Downloads (11/15/10)

This Week’s Nintendo Downloads (11/15/10)

Looks like Nintendo is bringing five more games to Wii and DSi owners this week. Want to race? In the mood to play fetch with a dog? Perhaps you’d like to do an amalgamation of both and race dogs. Check out this week’s Nintendo downloads for the skinny on the Big N’s digital offerings.

WiiWare

  • Derby Dogs — 1-8 Players, Published by Aksys Games, Simulation, 500 Wii Points, Rated E

This dog racing sim allows you to breed and train dogs so you can pit them against other canines in heated competition. You can play against other players locally or take on opponents online as well.

  • Triple Running Sports — 1-2 Players, Published by The Code Monkeys, Sports, 500 Wii Points, Rated E

The follow-up to Triple Jumping Sports comes with three all-new running events. Compete in sprints and 1,500 meter runs. Or add a little jumping to the mix with the hurdle event.

DSiWare

  • 21: Blackjack — 1 Player, Published by Digital Leisure, Card Game, 200 DSi Points, Rated T

A portable take on the popular card game. 21: Blackjack allows you to customize the way the card dealer behaves, the stakes on the line, and other options.

  • Go Fetch! — 1 Player, Published by Agetec, Action, 500 DSi Points, Rated E

Play fetch with your very own digital pet. The game comes with a number of different backdrops such as beach, park, and school levels. Flashy!

  • Need for Speed: Nitro-X — 1-4 Players, Published by EA, Racing, 800 DSi Points, Rated E10+

18 sexy cars, 16 tracks, and multiplayer features allow you to take the Need for Speed series on the go in this DSi iteration from EA.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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