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.

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