DSiWare (Monday, April 20) - Dr. Mario Express (500 points) - Master of Illusion Express: Deep Psyche (200 points)
Nintendo Channel Demos (free; Monday, April 20) - nothing that wasn't there before
Retail North America (Tuesday, April 21) - 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix - I Love Horses
Retail Europe (Friday, April 24) - Mind, Body & Soul Series (Big Word Puzzle Book/MinDStorm 2) - Pimp My Ride: Street Racing - Rock Revolution - Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Accelerator
=-=-= Not much of a week unless you like Dr. Mario, and I don't. The downloadable game doesn't have any multiplayer, which is why it's so cheap.
100-in-1 Explosive Megamix might be neat to try. Ever have one of those bootleg NES carts with a million games in it? Apparently it's like that, only legal and without licenced games. A neat idea; no idea how it will actually turn out.
Originally posted by KJames199Not much of a week unless you like Dr. Mario, and I don't. The downloadable game doesn't have any multiplayer, which is why it's so cheap.
Perhaps they're testing the waters, and seeing if people will bite for another version of it.
Anyhow...I downloaded it. It's fun fun fun stuff. The music is the same, if not updated and jazzified. I keep hoping there's unlockable content, like the original 8bit music or something.
Interesting though: the second Brain Age game has a hidden Dr. Mario type game, but it's slower and requires the stylus to play: in this one, there is absolutely no use for it. Heck, it's so oldschool, you gotta press START to get it to run.
I'm surprised I'm still good at it; first game (on SLOW), I was able to get to level eight.
What you've heard about Borderlands is 100% correct. I played it, was instantly bored, and set it aside. I went back to it later, got into upgrading my weapons, and actually enjoyed myself for about 10 hours. All of a sudden, the formula just got stale.