With plenty of people unwrapping Wiis and DSes this Friday, Nintendo obviously wants to perk up their online marketplaces with fresh new content for the many folks taking their consoles online after they plug them in for the first time. With 11 games total spread across the two platforms, Nintendo has a pretty good mix of new and old on each system. The Wii's DLC is highlighted with the N64 classic, Super Smash Bros. (the only entrant in the series that was previously unplayable on the Wii) for US$10 and the arcade version of Ninja Gaiden for US$6, while the DSi will be graced with the presence of UNO and the arcade classic Dragon's Lair, both of which will run US$8.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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