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Submitted by Duddyroar 2761d ago | article

WiiWare and Retro Gaming

Nintendo's WiiWare service will be with us soon and with it comes the tantalizing promise of liberation for small-scale developers. It should grant diminutive studios the opportunity to create fun and affordable experiences without having to worry about such complicated factors as distribution and inventory management, which is obviously great.

But will the service also be used to for retro gaming, as has been the case with Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade and Sony's Playstation Network? (Wii)

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