Nintendo’s released another batch of games via WiiWare, Virtual Console and DSiWare. Now let’s see what’s in this week’s package!

– Nintendo DSiWare: Sparkle Snapshots, Viking Invasion, and Battle of Giants: Dragons – Bronze Edition

– WiiWare: Carnival King, “Aha! I Got It!” Escape Game, Family Card Games

– Virtual Console: Fighting Street, R-TYPE

Sparkle Snapshots – Take photos and edit them to your hearts content. You can choose frames, backgrounds, stamps and funny outfits to decorate your photos or paint them to maniuplate them in detail. A must have for DSi owners

Viking Invasion – Defend yourself from the attack of the Vikings. Fortify your defenses and take back your freedom from Olaf from raiding your land and taking your treasur back to his fierce wife Olga.

Battle of Giants: Dragons – As the last of the Bronze Dragons, you must defeat the SALMU dragons and reclaim the 15 stolen gems. With customization, this game is something special and definitely worth checking out

Carnival King – Play classic carnival games on your Wii. Play through three different amusement parks for a set of 12 games.

“Aha! I Got It!” Escape Game – You’re trapped in a room full of puzzles and can only escape if you slove them all. This is a good game for fans of puzzles and brain teasers!

Family Card Games – Play card games with friends online in this family fun game which includes three card games!

Fighting Street: A port of the arcade version of Street Fighter! You can take control of Ryu or Ken and beat your opponents to win the game. This classic game is a gem, so you should definitely check it out.

R-TYPE: a side-scrolling arcade shoot-’em-up that was developed in 1987. It’s the 22nd Century and you need to save humanity from the evil Bydo Empire. Your ship comes with a gun and you use your reflexes to try and win the game. The game get’s an updated secret level never before released!

Each of these games are a great addition to a gamer’s collection. Check them out if any sound interesting!

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David is sophomore at Boston College. He writes for the video game section and loves movies, television and music too.

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