Nintendo Breaks the Military Mold With Advance Wars: Days of Ruin.
New Look, Storyline and Online Battles Reinvent Award-Winning Strategy Game Series
REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Forget everything you know about hand-held combat strategy games. With this week's release of Advance Wars(R): Days of Ruin for Nintendo DS
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The Nintendo DS (sometimes abbreviated NDS or DS) is a handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo, which was released in 2004 in Canada, U.S., and Japan. (TM), Nintendo is calling on strategy buffs of all stripes to save the planet with a new set of combat-ready characters, captivating cap·ti·vate
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1. To attract and hold by charm, beauty, or excellence. See Synonyms at charm.
2. Archaic To capture. visuals and extraordinary wireless features. For new recruits and Advance Wars veterans alike, Nintendo wants you!
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"Days of Ruin is much more than just a new chapter in the Advance Wars series," says Cammie cam·mie
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[Shortening and alteration of camouflage.] Dunaway, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of sales & marketing. "Our core gamers continue to buzz about the game's post-apocalyptic storyline, new characters and stylized graphics that bring a totally fresh experience to the series. The focus on strategy beyond raw firepower makes it more rewarding than typical war games."
Kicking off a bold new story in the series, Advance Wars: Days of Ruin imagines a dark future in which a devastating meteor strike has transformed the planet into a perilous battleground, fraught with disease and barbaric enemy forces. Players must use sharp turn-based strategy to lead their own heroic unit on a mission to restore humanity, rendered in an exciting new dual-screen graphics scheme.
Players can use local networking or Nintendo(R) Wi-Fi Connection to enjoy limitless replay by designing and sharing their own maps or facing opponents in faraway places. Solo players can command their troops in a series of tactical skirmishes, while the Free Battle mode allows up to four players to challenge one another using one Nintendo DS system.
Advance Wars: Days of Ruin is one of two games Nintendo is releasing this week that demonstrate the way the company has something for all types of gamers. While Advance Wars: Days of Ruin for Nintendo DS is a classic battle strategy game, Endless Ocean This article or section contains information about an unreleased video game.
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