First DSiWare Collection Coming To Stores In May

By Spencer . March 1, 2010 . 7:50pm

image Genterprise has been real busy with DSiWare. With the help of Wario: Master of Disguise developer Suzak, the Tokyo based publisher made a series of straight to the gameplay DSiWare titles.

 

Some of their 200 DSiWare Point ($2) G.G. Series titles like Wonder Land and Dark Spirits are shooters. Others such as Black x Block and Energy Chain are puzzle games. You’ll get all of them (that’s 30 games) on a cartridge called G.G. Series Collection +. So far twenty or so G.G. Series games have been released or announced. Genterprise has to hustle if all of them are going to be online by May 27 when the compilation arrives in stores.

 

Unless Nintendo has something up their sleeves, G.G. Series Collection + will also be the first DSiWare collection. Maybe Skip and Q Games can follow up with an Art Style Collection for all of those Nintendo DS owners that don’t have a DSi.


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  • Kris

    Hmm, do we have those shooters on the US DSiware? if not, that cart might be worth an import.

    • http://twitter.com/matty_125 matty

      Exactly! I’m not sure why a few of these titles haven’t shown up somewhere outside Japanese DSis by now, but if this isn’t locked like IM@S: DS was (I would think not since these games don’t use the DSi the same way), well, here you go.

      It would be cool if other series on the Japanese DSi shop would be compiled into a collection, like those dictionaries.

  • Code

    +o+ wishes really do come true, you just gotta believe~

  • thebanditking

    Great news, hopefully this happens with more titles as I do prefer physical copies of my games. Especially since you can’t run DSi ware off of the SD card like you can for the Wii.

  • http://photovoltaik.bandcamp.com/ Ujn Hunter

    This is how it should be done! I don’t have, or care to have for that matter, a Nintendo DSi… I rock my O.G. DS Phat, yo! But I would certainly like to be able to enjoy some of these neat little games.

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