Whilst its steps may have been tentative, Nintendo’s early digital releases for the DSi have at the least signified an interest in promoting the handheld as a multimedia device as well as a games machine – and two of its newest downloads do a good job of touching both markets.
Amongst the releases on the DSiWare store this week are two curious additions – Mario Clock and Mario Calculator. Both combine practical applications with a bit of Nintendo-branded flair, and whilst both are a little lightweight they definitely position the DSi as a wide-reaching digital companion.
Both titles are cheap, too, at just 200 Points apiece.
Other digital releases on the way from Nintendo this week include Eduardo the Samurai Toaster (WiiWare – 800 Points), Rainbow Islands: Towering Adventure (WiiWare – 800 Points), Let’s Catch (WiiWare – 1,000 Points) and Space Harrier (Virtual Console – 800 Points).
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