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NGamer Preview: A round-up of the first downloadable games for WiiWare

NGamer takes a look at the games bound for Nintendo's new WiiWare game download service, due to launch into action in the New Year.

Games Include:

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Little King and the Promised Country.
Dr Mario.
Pokemon Ranch Channel.
Mojipittan Wii.
Maruboushikaku.
Minna de Puzzloop.
Joy Sound.
Okiraku Ping Pong Wii.
Star Soldier R. (Dr Mario, Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles: The Small King and the Promised Country, Joy Sound, Machikuru Domino, Mojipittan, Okiraku Ping Pong Wii, Pokemon Ranch Channel, Star Soldier R, Wii)
Tipsed by: Rowland

M_Prime  +   2638d ago
cool
some of that stuff is looking GREAT

i just wonder how the FF:CC thing will play and how it will fit since it looks not so bad.. and i am for sure buying DR MARIO.. my mom loves it.. she still plays it on the NES!... so WIFI DR mario will be awsome.. and so will the face that you use MIIs now.. though i hope they have an option to just be Mario!

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