Zombie BBQ now cooking on DSiWare

Tuesday, December 14, 2010 · 0 comments

If you love your fairytale characters armed and blasting, then have a gander at Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ available for the Nintendo DSi via DSiWare. For long-time DS fans, you may have heard about Zombie BBQ before since it was already released in boxed form. But for zombie-haters like us, we see nothing wrong frying the undead in digital form as well :D

Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ is a rail shooter where players pick their fairytale character to battle through hordes of zombies and other monstrosities using high-powered firearms. Here's video trailer for Zombie BBQ now available on DSiWare for 800 DSi points.

Two New DSi colors, just in time for the Holidays

Tuesday, November 30, 2010 · 0 comments

If you're a Nintendo DSi collector, very much like ourselves, then you'll be thrilled to know about the recently released new DSi bundles in pumpkin orange and mint jello green. The bundle comes with a copy of Mario Party DS, because all respected DSi owner has one ;p

     

Each new DSi bundle is tagged at $149.99 over at Amazon.com.

AWESOME DEAL: Buy 1 Handheld Game, Get 50% Off A Second!

Thursday, November 25, 2010 · 0 comments

If you're running out of ideas for Christmas stocking stuffers then head over Amazon.com NOW. They have an awesome promo running where you can buy a handheld game (DSi or PSP) and get the second game for half the price! This link will take you to the promo page.

Here's a combo idea, what about Super Scribblenauts and Professor Layton and the Unwound Future?

Cave Story coming to DSiWare on Nov. 29?

Tuesday, November 23, 2010 · 0 comments

The Nintendo blogosphere has been buzzing lately about the upcoming DSiWare title, Cave Story. Now rumor has it that the game will be released this coming November 29, 2010, just in time for the holidays.

Cave Story is originally a freeware game for the PC released in 2004. With its charming plot and characters, this 2D platformer quickly gained a mass following. Also worth noting is that Cave Story was designed and programmed by just one person: Daisuke Amaya aka Pixel. Recently Cave Story was released on WiiWare, with more artwork and game modes, earning it a nomination for 2010 Nintendo Power Awards Game of the Year.

Here's a trailer of Cave Story for the Nintendo DSi.

Dragon's Lair 2: Time Warp for the DSi

Thursday, November 11, 2010 · 0 comments

Although Dragon's Lair has been ported so many times we're going to welcome this one with open arms. According to an ESRB rating, Dragon's Lair 2: Time Warp will be headed to the Nintendo DSi pretty soon.

Dragon's Lair 2: Time Warp (1991) continues the adventure of Dirk. This time around, his wife and mother of his children Daphne has been kidnapped. It is up to Dirk to save her from the clutches of evil wizard Mordock.

Here's a video of the original Dragon's Lair 2 so we all have something to look forward to.

Charge Your DSi with Pikachu's Powers

Tuesday, October 26, 2010 · 0 comments


Pikachu is willing to use his powers for good by helping you charge your Nintendo DSi this coming December. Amazon will make this adorable Pokemon accessory available December 23, just in time for the holidays. Although this Pikachu charge stand has been available in Japan since September, we're sure North American Pokemon fans will get a kick out of it too.

The Pikachu charge stand will work for the Nintendo DSi and DSi XL and will sell for about $40.

Snapdots and other recent DSiWare Games

Tuesday, October 19, 2010 · 0 comments

Snapdots for the Nintendo DSi is a puzzle game, much similar to Picross, where you rotate puzzles and shoot blocks from your UFO. You can retrive blocks to recalibrate your aim and shoot them again. There are several types of blocks though with different characteristics so make sure you use them wisely. Snapdots are worth 500 DSi points.


Here are some more notable recent DSiWare games:

  • Armada (500 DSi Points): Take charge of an aircraft carrier and help deploy and launch military planes.
  • Academy: Tic-Tac-Toe (200 DSi Points): Be a master in tic-tac-toe by joining the Tic-Tac-Toe League. Yup, there's a league for that.
  • Music on: Playing Piano (200 DSi Points): Learn piano through 15 songs.

Pokemon Black and White Limited Edition DSis coming soon

Tuesday, October 12, 2010 · 0 comments


Pokemon fans will soon have another reason to rejoice as limited edition DSis of Pokemon Black and White will soon hot the shelves of Japanese stores. Scheduled to be released on November 20, the limited edition package will come with a Nintendo DSi and its matching Pokemon title.

The limited edition DSi will come in an awesome box and the DSi itself will feature Legendaries Reshiram and Zekrom, and either "POKEMON BLACK" or "POKEMON WHITE" inscription at the bottom of the front cover. It'll be avialble for 19,800 yen.

Super Mario 25th Anniversary DSi XL and DSi looks good enough to eat

Tuesday, October 5, 2010 · 0 comments


As part of the 25th Anniversary of Super Mario Bros., Nintendo recently announced that several limited edition DSi and DSi LL's will be available soon. These DSi's will feature unique Super Mario designs and will come in eye-popping red. The DSi LL will be available in Japan on Oct. 28 for around 18,000 yen ($215) while the DSi pictured above will set you back 14,800 yen ($177).

DSi firmware upgrade blocks flash carts

Tuesday, September 28, 2010 · 0 comments


Nintendo's recent 1.4.1U firmware update for the DSi got flash cart owners up-in-arms. The update does not actually do anything fancy in terms of functionality, it just blocks the use of several known flash carts used by DSi gamers to play homebrew or, god forbid, pirated DSi games.

Some of the known DSi flash cart affected are Acekard 2i, Supercard DSTwo, M3i Zero, iPlayer and DSTTi. A couple got spared such as EZ-Flash Vi, iSmart DS and Hyper R4i.

Too bad for homebrew enthusiasts. Some people just don't get that flash carts are not all for pirating and piracy :(

Final Fantasy Legend 3 to arrive on the DS

Tuesday, September 7, 2010 · 0 comments


Following the success of the remake of SaGa2 (aka Final Fantasy Legend 2 in the US), Square Enix announced its plans to bring SaGa 3: The Ruler of Space and Time (Final Fantasy Legend 3) to the Nintendo DS. Scans above from Famitsu shows preview of the game.

Final Fantasy Legend 3 characters gets a cute makeover similar to Legend 2. Also, FF Legend 3 will retain its class system where you equip parts from enemies or eat them to change classes. Expect to hear more about Final Fantasy 3 for the DS in weeks to come.

Solatorobo will use DSi Camera

Tuesday, August 31, 2010 · 0 comments

According to Japanese retailer Game Star, the newest game from Cyberconnect2 Solatorobo: And Then To Coda will make use of the Nintendo DSi's camera. It doesn;t really say how the camera will be put in to play, but expect to take pictures and use it in the game. It is good to note though that Solatorobo does not require a DSi.

Formerly know as Solarobo, Solatorobo: And Then To Coda is an action RPG game featuring cats and dogs controliing robots. It is also somewhat a sequel to Tail Concerto. The game has a multiplayer mode via Download Play of  upto four players.

Here's the newest video of Solatorobo: And Then To Coda.

New Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective trailer looks creepy

Monday, August 23, 2010 · 0 comments

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective is one of the most anticpated games for the Nintendo DS this year. It was actually nominated for Best DS Game during E3 2010. It's an adventure game along the lines of Ace Attorney. Come to think of it, the development of Ghost Trick was lead by Shu Takumi, the creator of Ace Attorney!

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective revolves around Sissel, a dead man looking for who and why he was killed. As a spirit, Sissel eventually learns that he can do stuff that would help solve his death such as possesing inamnimate objects and traveling back in time.

Here's the most recent trailer for Ghost Trick from GamesCom 2010.

Divergent Shift on DSiWare

Tuesday, August 17, 2010 · 0 comments

Known previously as Reflection, Divergent Shift is now available on DSiWare for 800 DSi Points. Developed by Konami, this DSi game is not your typical platformer. Dodge obstacles and solve puzzles on both your Nintendo DSi's screen... simultaneously!

See, the top screen is a mirror of the bottom screen, or is it vice versa? Heck, judge for yourself in the Divergent Shift gameplay video below.

BlayzBloo: Super Melee Action Battle Royale on DSiWare

Tuesday, August 10, 2010 · 0 comments

Get ready to be pummeled with AWESOME CUTENESS! BlayzBloo: Super Melee Action Battle Royale is now available on Nintendo's DSiWare for 500 DSi Points. This adorable fighting game is based on cute (or chibi, to some) versions of BlazBlue characters.

BlayzBloo's premise is pretty simple: beat each other up. But in a cute and fun way, of course. Judge for yourself by watching BlayzBloo: Super Melee Action Battle Royale trailer below.

Kittens, Scrabble, and More Sudoku on DSiWare

Tuesday, July 27, 2010 · 0 comments


Hey kids, here are some awesome games available on DSiWare that you might want to check out. Hospital Havoc seems like a worthy download but if you're a thinking guy like us more Sudoku won't hurt :)

  • Petz Kittens (800 DSi Points) - Adopt kitties, play with thm, and watch them grow to be a well-mannered cat. Bunch of mini-games too.
  • Scrabble Tools (500 DSi Points) - Improve your vocabulary with this take on the classic game of Scrabble.
  • Hospital Havoc (500 DSi Points) - Serve medicine to hordes of patients in this Diner Dash-style game.
  • Happy Birthday Mart (500 DSi Points) - Ever wonder what it's like to run a gift shope for animals? Wonder no more.
  • Crazy Sudoku (200 DSi Points) - OMG another sudoku game!! Seriously, it's another sudoku game.

Professor Layton and the Unwound Future Trailer & Release Date

Tuesday, July 20, 2010 · 0 comments

Looks like puzzle and adventure fans are set for an early treat as the release of Professor Layton and the Unwound Future for the Nintendo DS is moved back a week earlier. The new Professor Layton will come to North America this coming September 12th instead of the 20th.



Professor Layton and the Unwound Future is the third in the series and as you might have guessed, includes time travel. It begins as Professor Layton receives a letter from his apprentice Luke, dated ten years into the future. As with all Professor Layton games, expect to spend some considerable amount of time figuring out puzzles.

"Games for Everyone" Collection Revealed

Tuesday, July 13, 2010 · 0 comments

Clear your holiday wishlist kids. Ubisoft recently announced the lineup and release dates of their upcoming Imagine and Petz Nintendo DS titles. Dubbed as the "Games for Everyone" collection, these games would surely keep you busy until next year's holiday season. We know because we spent a decent month playing Imagine Babyz.


Below's the list of Ubisoft's "Games for Everyone" Collection.

  • Imagine Fashion Stylist - November 2, 2010
  • Imagine Resort Owner - TBA 2010
  • Petz Fantasy - Holiday 2010
  • Petz Nursery 2 - November 2, 2010
  • Style Lab Fashion Design - Fall 2010

Own Your Dream Shark in 101 Shark Pets

Tuesday, July 6, 2010 · 0 comments

Our dreams of owning sharks as a pet is now finally realized in Teyon's 101 Shark Pets, recently released on DSiWare. Don't let your preconceived notion of sharks turn you away from this DSi title though. You'll soon realize that a pet shark is as cute a a Nintendog.

There are over 101 baby sharks to choose from with varying personalities. Train your shark, enter it on pet shows, and earn money to buy toys, food, clothes, and all other things baby sharks need to grow.

Face Pilot: Fly using your DSi and Face

Tuesday, June 29, 2010 · 0 comments

HAL Laboratory, creators of Picross 3D, is coming up with a game called Face Pilot: Fly with your DSi Camera. Based on the title alone, once can tell that this will be a flight sim, but the twist is the game will make use of the Nintendo DSi's camera and... your face!

How exactly will the game be controlled by the player's face? We're not sure as well. But we can't wait to find out!

Play as teh Enemy in Turvys Strike Back

Tuesday, June 22, 2010 · 0 comments

Similar to Turvy Drops, Turvys Strike Back is a game for the DSi meant to be played with the DS upside down. The touch screen is supposed to be on top while the regular screen is at the bottom. Why, you ask?

That's because in Turvys Strike Back, you play as the enemy. Use the stylus to launch enemies at the lone hero trying to do his good deeds to your expense. Still confused? Then just watch the video below.

DSi Price Cuts & New DSi XL Colors

Tuesday, June 8, 2010 · 0 comments

We know that the Nintendo 3DS is just around the corner and you might be asking yourself why bother purchasing a DSi. Well this is one reason. Nintendo recently announced price drops for the DS Lite, DSi and DSi XL in Japan. Nintendo UK is to follow suite on June 18 but only for the DSi. No word yet from Nintendo America if they are willing to give American DS owners the same break.

Also, new colors for the DSi XL will be released in Japan on June 19. Expect blue, yellow, and green DSi XLs to litter the streets of Tokyo soon.

DSiWare Game Makes Novel Use of Camera

Tuesday, May 18, 2010 · 0 comments

Snapping photos and recording videos with your Nintendo DSi is one thing. But using the DSi camera as a tilt sensor and "head tracking" is a whole new level.

Rittai Kakushi E Atta Kore Da, a Japanese DSiWare game makes use of the DSi camera to create an illusion of a 3D space. The technology is quite captivating and it's fun to see the DSi used in such a way. Watch the video below to see just exactly what we mean ;p

DSi Used to Train McDonald's Japan Employees

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 · 0 comments


 Who said the Nintendo is all fun and games? Nintendo recently partnered with McDonald's Japan to use the top handheld gaming console to train its employees. The game, or app, is a hands-on training simulation teaching would-be employees different aspects of food preparation and assembly. Are we the only jealous of these employees playing DSi at work? ;p

V-Screen for the DSi XL Adds "Depth"

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 · 0 comments


If you find your DSi XL not awesome enough, then try your hands on RealView Innovations' V-Screen. The peripheral attaches to your DSi and is supposed to make the screen look 3D. We're not sure if the V-Screen really works but a simple search online yields not so favorable results. One thing is for sure though, it will certainly add weight to the DSi XL.

DSi XL: Broken and Dissected

Tuesday, April 13, 2010 · 0 comments


The folks over at iFixIt did another awesome post, this time around opening up the Nintendo DSi XL. All its bit and pieces were removed and cataloged, with accompanying notes. Also, there's instructions on how to do it yourself, that is, if you want to risk your DSi XL.

All in all, the DSi XL's interior looks pretty similar to a regular DSi, except of course for the larger screens.

[source]

Earthworm Jim Soon on DSiWare

Tuesday, April 6, 2010 · 0 comments

If you've been a gamer for, oh say 20 years, then Earthworm Jim is probably no stranger to you. It is truly one of the most enjoyable game yours truly has ever played.

Earthworm Jim is not your regular platformer. In it you play as an earthworm named Jim (thus the name Earthworm Jim!) who happened upon an alien suit giving him awesome powers. His mission: to save the princess! In the screenshot below you can see that the action is on the top screen while the bottom screen is reserved for stats and to pause the game..



This version of Earthworm Jim for the DSiWare is said to be exactly like the original, so us kiddies are in for a lot of fun!

DSi XL North American Release

Tuesday, March 2, 2010 · 0 comments

We all know it's coming but there's nothing like hearing the officials call it! The Nintedo DSi XL will be released in North America on March 28 (mark it on your calendars!) for around $190. That's just about $20 more than your average-sized DSi.

The colors available at launch will be Burgundy and Bronze but, knowing Nintendo, we're all sure there will be more choices soon. The DSi XL will come with DSiWare Brain Age, the DSi Browser, Photo Clock, and Flipnote Studio.

Here's the official Nintendo DSi XL trailer.

Apple iPad vs. DSi XL

Tuesday, February 2, 2010 · 0 comments


If you haven't heard yet, the Apple iPad was released to the public this past week. The reception among techies and geeks were divided; some calling it the next best thing after the uhmm.. iPhone while some compare it to a slab of rock. But one thing that I'm interested to know is what games can I play on it and will it be better than my Nintendo DSi XL?

It has a touchscreen, yes, and its screen is way bigger than the DSi XL. I reckon it has a better resolution too. But what games will be available on it? I for one can't wait to find out!

Naruto Photo App for the DSi

Tuesday, January 19, 2010 · 0 comments

Finally a decent photo app for the DSi! Takara Tomy released a Naruto app for the DSi that will let you replace your favorite characters' face with yours. Want to strike a pose with Sasuke? Of course you do! Want a sharingan? You can have two! The app costs 500 DSi points and you need a Japan region Nintendo DSi to get it.



[source]

Motion Control Coming to the DSi

Tuesday, January 12, 2010 · 0 comments

The Nintendo DSi has another awesome new feature to boast... motion control! Although not the first of its kind, the ability to control the game's movements via moving the DSi itself is a great new addition to an already ground-breaking handheld system.



As shown by the video above, gaming studio Engine Software demos a game called Tilt where you guide a ball by, well, tilting the DSi. They said they are working on a DSiWare game that would fully showcase the DSi's motion control feature.

About This Blog

DSi Games is a blog dedicated to Nintendo DSi. We feature games, news, info and accessories for DSi. Please drop us a comment and come back often!

Recent Posts

Labels

Archives