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Sharing the Love - G.G Series Spotlight

posted 18 Jun 2012, 20:18 by Knuckles Sonic8   [ updated 18 Jun 2012, 20:33 ]
When the eShop first opened for business, I was thrilled over the prospect of some of my favourite DSiWare games getting the attention they so rightly deserved and at times failed to get under their original home on the DSi Shop. But in the updates that followed, I saw the same games week in and week out getting more exposure than I felt was warranted. Slowly but surely, I started to see one or two deserving games get advertised and before long, the obscure offerings available on the service were getting dedicated bumpers. 

You may have already noticed this if you've visited the eShop in the past couple days, but Nintendo has allowed some of the focus to be given to the G.G Series, a collection of small arcade-style games that, like what is seen under the GO Series umbrella, fit well within the obscurity I was hoping would reach inches closer to the spotlight (versus being behind the curtain as was the case previously). Much to my pleasure, Nintendo no longer has selective memory and has since realized the need to pull back on the regulars they've been using since day one. But now it's my turn to do my part.

This week, you'll see reviews of several of the games hailing from the G.G Series that I did not get around to when they originally released. As you prepare for these upcoming verdicts, catch up on the existing review for SUPER HERO OGRE, one of the better ones this line of games has to offer. If you've already exposed yourself to every single one of these titles, then don't you worry. We'll still have our regular content to entertain and inform throughout the week.

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