Nintendo Releases More Wii and DSi Games

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NintendoIt's Memorial Day in the United States, but that hasn't stopped Nintendo from releasing a new slate of downloadable games for the Wii and DSi, including:
Ben 10: The Rise of Hex can be downloaded to the Wii for 1,000 points ($10). Based on the animated television series, the game allows players to assume Ben 10's different alien forms to battle Hex and his minions.


Hero of Sparta from Gameloft can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). The game has players taking on the role of a lone Spartan warrior as he battles mythological creatures.

Robocalypse: Beaver Defense from Vogster Entertainment can be downloaded to the Wii for 600 points ($6). This tower defense-style game has players battling an onslaught of wisecracking battle robots.

Telegraph Sudoku & Kakuro from Sanuk Games can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2). The game features 500 puzzles from the Telegraph.

A Topsy Turvy Life: The Turvys Strike Back from Tecmo Koei Games can be downloaded to the DSi for 200 points ($2). This scrolling shooter has players inverting the DSi to play upside-down.

Voodoo Dice from Ubisoft can be downloaded to the Wii for 1,000 points ($10). This puzzle game has players manipulating mysterious dice conquer a variety of puzzles.

Wild Guns can be downloaded to the Wii for 800 points ($8) and is a port of the game released on the SNES. The game is a wild-western themed arcade-style shooter.

X-Scape can be downloaded to the DSi for 800 points ($8). The game has players awoken from 10 years of cryosleep to pilot a battle tank called VIXIV (with the aid of a support bot called VIX-529) against the forces of an evil empire that would conquer the Kiisa system.

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