DSiWare plays Real Soccer

Nintendo's DSiWare downloadable game service remains a relatively new feature for the publisher's popular handheld, having launched only last month. And while content has steadily marched onto the DSiWare Store, this week sees the release of one of the more ambitious titles yet: Gameloft's Real...

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Nintendo's DSiWare downloadable game service remains a relatively new feature for the publisher's popular handheld, having launched only last month. And while content has steadily marched onto the DSiWare Store, this week sees the release of one of the more ambitious titles yet: Gameloft's Real Soccer 2009. Available for 800 DSi points ($8 ), the soccer sim accommodates play for up to four and features 198 clubs, real-world players, and 3D visuals.

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Aksys Games' Family Pirate Party is this week's new addition to the Nintendo WiiWare store. A family-friendly board game that accommodates play for up to four, Pirate Party features cel-shaded graphics and a lively soundtrack. It is available for 500 Wii points ($5).

Lastly, the Wii's Virtual Console has been updated this week with Galaxy Force II. Originally appearing in arcades before being released on the Sega Genesis, Galaxy Force II is a third-person space shooter in which players blast their way through a variety of alien environments full of robots, ships, and turrets. The 3D shoot-'em-up costs 800 Wii points ($8 ).

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