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Divergent Shift now availible on DSiWare

Cool independent game being published by Konami on the DSi. Check it out.

3DS price and release date coming in September

Engadget is reporting that Nintendo has announced that they are going to be making an announcement sometime in September. What does this mean? The short and long of it is that a Nintendo representative told Bloomberg Japan the retail price and release date of the Nintendo 3DS would be revealed on September 29th. What does this mean? Not much, but we can always speculate: For instance, the DSi was ...

Three new colors for the DSi hitting Japan

Nintendo loves its Japanese fans more than it does its American fans and proves it with this new release. Three new colors for the Nintendo DSi XL will be released sometime in late June. The colors are of course Yellow, Green, and Blue. That’s cool and all, but I really think Nintendo should poll people on what colors they want when a system launches. Waiting a while after launch to release ...

Photo Dojo free on the DSi go Download it!!

How awesome is this!? Has anyone tried it yet?

White DSi comes with Bowser’s Inside Story

If you haven’t picked up a DSi, and or Mario and Luigi; this might be the perfect time too. Especially if you don’t want to lug around the the bulky and bigger DSi XL. Starting April 25, a white versions of the Nintendo DSi will be sold at certain stores for the price of $169.99. While most of you probably have a DS/DSlite and are on the fence about upgrading to a DSi; let me just say,...

Infendo Leftovers-Pokemon:Explorers of Sky

I confess Infendo Readers, I have a debt – and that debt has a name:  Pokemon: Explorers of Sky.  I hadn’t touched a Pokemon title since classic Red & Blue when Explorers of Sky landed on my desk – but there it was – a wildly different Pokemon game with new creatures, new challenges, and a deadline stiffly ignored.  Why did this review get swept under the carpet?  I...

DSiWare underwhelmed in its first year, no?

Nintendo unceremoniously reminded everyone today that DSiWare is one year old. “In just one year’s time, the Nintendo DSiWare service has offered more than 150 downloadable games and applications that illustrate the service’s reputation as a playground for creativity,” the company said in a statement, while releasing the above highlight reel of past and future games. Althou...

A game in the Same Vein as Hotel Dusk

BEWARE OF YOUR PAST… is the e-mail i received from Tecmo Koei earlier today about a game named “Again”. A game in which you play as an FBI agent named Jonathan Weaver. Who is following the clues to the murder of his family 19 years ago. He somehow has the power to see the past which helps him on his search through an early 90’s crime-ridden New Jersey. His goal to solve a M...

Nintendo “looking into” DSi rights management issues

What a difference an upgrade makes. After it was revealed last week that previously purchased DSiWare games would need to be purchased again (!) in order to play on multiple owned systems, Nintendo suggests it may reconsider its double dipping ways. “We’re looking into that specific topic, but we don’t have anything to announce at this time,” a representative told me today, after d...

Let’s get real: Nintendo will never, ever put games on the iPhone/iPad

I appreciate Business Insider’s spunk, and would actually welcome Nintendo games on my iPhone and soon-to-be purchased iPad, but let’s be honest and completely un-fun for a second: With the exception of that Philips CD-i Zelda disaster that we’ll never speak of again, Nintendo will never, ever put their games on another company’s hardware.

Question: Is there any way to transfer DSi and WiiWare games?

Good day, clever, handsome and intelligent Infendo readers. Is there anyway DSi and Wii owners can transfer their downloaded games to a newly purchased system? Could be by legal means or a work around—whatever. For any recent XL upgraders (or anyone who’s had to switch Wiis), what does the existing knowledge base say?

DSi XL: A conditional two thumbs up

If you’re a heavy DS user, don’t particularly care for portability, and don’t mind reselling outdated gadgets to subsidize new purchases, the Nintendo DSi XL is for you. For everyone else, it’s a pass. Except for maybe anyone who has yet to buy a DS.