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This is my review on DSi Points card - 2000 points.
Well I buy my DSi points card from GameStop every couple of months & load the points onto my DSi then download what ever game I want in the DSi Shop. Now there isn't a real lot to exciting to really want to download for a game just yet probably because the system is still relatively new.
If your going to download any little DSi games from the DSi shop here are my favorites:
Web Browser - Free Brain Age: Express Math - 800 Brain Age: Express Art's & Letters - 800 Brain Challenge - 800 Dr.Mario: Express - 500 Mario VS DK: March of the Mini's - 800 Asphalt 4: Elite Racing - 800 Pop+Solo - 500 Guitar Rock Tour - 500 Viking Invasion - 800 Dragon's ... full review
Let's say you want to buy some games from the Nintendo Wii's Virtual Console, and you have the money in your pocket right now. The money you have adds up to $20 (plus tax, of course)--and you decide to visit the nearest major store. It's here where you want to spend your $20 on the Virtual Console's titles--but your Wii is all the way back home! The more you look at all the convenient items in this store, the more tempted you become to waste your money on something OTHER than your precious games.
It's then when your eyes catch sight of a Nintendo Wii 2000 Points Card. Making your move, your purchase the card so you can later copy its code onto your Wii and receive your 2000 points.
So essentially, the Nintendo Wii 2000 Points Card is nothing more than a card you can later use ... full review
Super Mario Bros. 3 is one of the best Mario games of all time. It improved over the first SMB by 100 times. The result is the best game on the NES. And now you can experience the awesomeness by getting the game code for a measly $5.
New Super Mario Bros Wii is an experience that every fan of the classic 2D Mario games may want to purchase and play. It features the same sort of game style that we have come to expect from all of those classic Mario games and combines most of their mechanics into one game. It uses mechanics that were seen in Super Mario World 2 with the ability to ride Yoshi, some of the music choices from those games, some of the level designs and mechanics from Super Mario Bros 1, 2, and 3, and uses their music. It is loaded with so many references and uses of enemies, items, and mechanics that it brings a smile to my face everytime I play through a level.
Playing the game is really quite simple. First there are three modes of gameplay; the main story in which up to ... full review
Just picked this up during the midnight launch at Wal-mart, so far it's 3:45AM PST and I have to say that I'm totally impressed by Nintendo's latest effort though at first the new control may feel foreign after not more than just a few minutes it feels natural incredibly fun and after a little bit you'll never feel like going back to a regular controller again. I asked my cousin who was w/ me during the launch if he'd get a Wii and he said "no", but that all changed as we hooked it up and started playing Wii sports. All of a sudden it went from "no" to "what games are there" etc. Try this and I guarauntee(*sp) that you will be impressed by this revolutionary new system that places gameplay above nice shiny eye candy which unless you've been living under a rock should know by now that ... full review
"A Gundam robot vs a panda with a dollar sign necklace in a dancing game?!" - By Armando N. Roman (Hillsboro, OR)
Dance games really aren't my thing. I've played several music and rhythm based games over the years, but nothing really like the Just Dance series. Still, I'm always up for giving something new a chance, and after playing a few songs in Just Dance 2014, I can say that this game surprisingly takes skill if you want to get the best grades on each track. The Dance Central games may be the more 'serious' of the two licenses in this genre, but there are a good number of gameplay modes here to keep you and groups of people busy for a while.
Consisting of mainly modern pop songs, Just Dance 2014 gives you a whopping 47 tracks to choose from. I was surprised to see that a lot of the tracks here are very up to date (as of the game's release), and only a few classics are included ... full review
I use Just Dance for exercise, & the non-stop shuffle is the best route (better than the 'just sweat' IMO). They kept this feature. So now I have a new batch of songs, and a different routine each day since the shuffle is in random order. The pause between songs is very short with Just Dance 3, an improvement over JD2. As with it's predecessors, there is a wide variety of music styles included. I have not heard of many of the songs before, but that doesn't impact my enjoyment of them.
This is good for all fitness levels. If you are fit, don't limit yourself - I modify the moves to make them more intense, and most songs will work for that. I used this for an hour & a half this morning, & ... full review