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Picking a handheld Itadaki Street

By Jenni . May 20, 2008 . 2:01pm

While the Itadaki Street games are all practically identical in terms of gameplay, that doesn’t mean that each game is identical. Each features different aspects to create unique playing experiences. The two portable Itadaki Street games, Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable and Itadaki Street DS, are a great example of this. Each title seems to be geared towards a different audiences, despite being similar games.

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Watch: Itadaki Street DS dress up

By Spencer . June 28, 2007 . 5:36pm

  It sounds ridiculous, but all the work you do to win matches in Itadaki Street DS is for buying clothes at the costume shop. There are some interesting combinations that you can make like wearing Birdo’s head with Mario’s overalls while holding a banana as an accessory. Most items can be bought in the […]

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Itadaki Street DS strikes gaming gold

By Spencer . June 25, 2007 . 11:59pm

I’ll admit it, after some resistance I’m glad I got back into the Itadaki Street series for Itadaki Street DS. The evolutionary addition that hooks players into Itadaki Street DS more than any other Itadaki Street game is dressing up your custom character with slime hats and Mario’s overalls. After each round players earn coins […]

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Watch: Making a character in Itadaki Street DS

By Spencer . June 22, 2007 . 2:32am

  I picked up a copy of Itadaki Street DS since people have been posting positive comments about the coverage and genuinely seemed interested in the game. Even if I’m a little burnt out on the series, I can’t imagine too many other outlets covering the title so I want to give everyone something to […]

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Mix Mario and Dragon Quest in your Itadaki Street DS character

By Spencer . June 18, 2007 . 5:01am

Square-Enix has a new toy to play with on the official Itadaki Street DS site, a slot machine that makes custom characters. There are three reels on the slot machine, one for the head, one for the character’s body and one for an accessory. Some of the available costumes include Mario’s outfit, Loto’s armor from […]

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Dressing up characters like Mario in Square-Enix’s Itadaki Street DS

By Spencer . May 31, 2007 . 5:10am

Nintendo and Square-Enix teamed up to bring their mascot characters in Itadaki Street DS. If you’re not familiar with the Itadaki Street series, it is sort of like Enix’s take on Monopoly with more ways to invest your money. Itadaki Street DS features Mario and his friends from the Mushroom Kingdom plus select characters from […]