ESRB Spills Details On Shooting Watch And Zenonia For DSiWare

By Spencer . May 26, 2010 . 11:07am

imageGamevil’s iPhone to DSiWare port of Zenonia isn’t only for Australia. The ESRB just rated it pretty much confirming a release in North America. Zenonia is sprite based action RPG. On the iPhone, it was played with a virtual controller. Presumably, the DSiWare version will use buttons.


The ESRB also stealth announced 16 Shot! Shooting Watch for Nintendo DSi and the description makes it sound like a digital version of Hudson’s button mashing toy. Descriptions of both titles follow.


16 Shot! Shooting Watch

This is an activity game in which players press buttons in rapid-fire sequence and can view detailed graphs about their time and speed. Players can also use a stopwatch, a clock, and can modify the speed of their time trials.



This is an action role-playing game (RPG) in which players assume the role of Regret, an orphaned child found on the battlefield, who sets out on a quest to solve the mystery of his adoptive father’s murder. Using a top-down perspective, players engage in quests to battle monsters while exploring dungeons, caves, and colorful forests. Players mostly use sword slashes to defeat undead soldiers, slime creatures, and flying dragon warriors. Players may also unleash magic attacks to attack the enemies, which disappear in a colored puff when defeated.

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  • Dude. Yes. I loved Zenonia on my wifes Android and I thought it’d make a better game with actual buttons. I just wish I could get it in a PSP mini instead of a DSiWare. I don’t have a DSi yet and I’ve been hesitant to pick one up.

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