Got yourself a Japanese Wii? Then connect to the Everybody's Nintendo Channel and you'll find a sweet little present: a demo of Dragon Ball DS, or as its known outside of Japan, Dragon Ball: Origins.
The demo of the latest Dragon Ball game offers players a chance to get used to young Goku's controls. Fully stylus based, the control scheme lets you switch off between hand-to-hand and rod-based combat all the while jumping over chasms and pushing massive rocks and crates out of your way.
Nintendo will be removing the demo on the the 17th, after which (barring the release of a similar demo in the US), you'll have to fly to Japan and make the download at DS Station retail kiosks.
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