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Sega’s Dino King loses the cards

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In the arcades Sega’s Mushi King and Dino King games are hot enough for Sega to bring them out on the Nintendo DS. Each of the games came out with a card reader to replicate the card scanning/rocks-paper-scissors gameplay of the arcade game. Dino King kept growing, it got an anime series and now a game based on the show. Kodai Ouja: Kyouryuu King – 7-tsu no Kakera keeps the rocks-paper-scissors set up, but drops the card reader. Instead this is supposed to be a deeper, kid-friendly RPG with Wi-Fi battles. While this may not get that much attention now 4Kids Entertainment is bringing the anime to the USA, which just might be enough pull to prompt localization of Kodai Ouja: Kyouryuu King – 7-tsu no Kakera sometime in 2008.

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