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Two new games, Nintendo Selects range and Mario Kart Wii Pack all in shops now

21 May 2011 177 No Comment

Today sees a raft of new releases that include great games and a Wii bundle designed to get everyone’s motor running!

Games hitting shop shelves today include sprawling adventure Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie for Nintendo DS, 3D brawler DEAD OR ALIVE Dimensions for Nintendo 3DS and four vintage Wii titles in the Nintendo Selects range.

Also available from today is the Mario Kart Wii Pack, a new bundle that comes complete with a white Wii, Wii Remote Plus, Nunchuk and Wii Wheel – not to mention the multiplayer racing sensation, Mario Kart Wii!

On Nintendo DS, Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie invites you on an epic journey of self discovery as you battle an evil overlord and attempt to piece together the fragments of your past. Recruit monsters, battle evil and lose yourself in a world of adventure!

Also new is DEAD OR ALIVE Dimensions for Nintendo 3DS. The famous fighting franchise comes to a Nintendo system for the first time with its trademark blend of explosive 3D combat and beautiful but deadly combatants. With stacks of ways to battle, bonus content distributed via SpotPass and breathtaking 3D visuals to marvel at, DEAD OR ALIVE Dimensions is bound to make an impact!

Last but by no means least, this week also sees the launch of the Nintendo Selects range. This series of software brings top Wii titles you may have missed first time around back to shop shelves at a price you’ll love. Included in the range are Wii Sports, WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to the City and Mario Strikers Charged Football. Which modern classic will you pick?

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