Nintendo Made Available New Games For Download

From dizzying heights to watery depths and everywhere in between, downloadable games for the Wii  and Nintendo DSi  systems can take you to some unforgettable places. New arrivals for the WiiWare service include the undersea adventure of Dive: The Medes Island Secret and the intense arcade-style action of Heavy Fire: Special Operations. Fans of the Virtual Console service can now enjoy high-flying fun from the Super NES  era with AERO THE ACROBAT . And for fresh gaming kicks on the go, check out the camera-based controls and customization options of Face Pilot : Fly With Your Nintendo DSi Camera! or tangle with legions of battle-ready beasts in Crystal Monsters, both available via the Nintendo DSiWare  service.

We’ve also got one last update for the "Big Name Games" section of the WarioWare : D.I.Y. series, which features downloadable microgames from some of the industry’s most talented figures. This week’s additions come from the Treehouse, Nintendo’s game localization team. All "Big Name Games" are available to download for zero Nintendo DSi Points  to anyone with broadband Internet access and a copy of either WarioWare: D.I.Y. for the Nintendo DS  family of systems or WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase software for the WiiWare service. Visit the Nintendo Channel on your Wii system today to learn more about these games.

Nintendo adds new titles to the Nintendo DSi Shop and the Wii Shop Channel at 9 a.m. Pacific time on Mondays. Users with broadband Internet access can redeem Wii Points or Nintendo DSi Points to download the games. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel. Nintendo DSi Points can be purchased in the Nintendo DSi Shop. A Nintendo Points Card™ can be purchased at retail locations. All points from one Nintendo Points Card must be redeemed in either the Nintendo DSi Shop or the Wii Shop Channel. They are not transferable and cannot be divided between the two systems.

Remember that both Wii and Nintendo DSi feature parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit http://wii.com or http://www.nintendodsi.com.

 

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