Nintendo spring 2006 software lineup updated

5th April 2006 - Nintendo of Europe has updated its Spring 2006 1st Party software line-up for Nintendo DS, Nintendo GameCube and Game Boy Advance.

Nintendo DS owners are spoilt for choice with the selection of games to choose from, including the eagerly anticipated Metroid Prime Hunters which is Wi-Fi enabled and allows players to utilise unique Voice Over IP functions.

The product that is currently taking Japan by storm, which helps give your brain a great mental workout, is making its way to Europe and onto the Nintendo DS. Nintendo's Dr Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? which has already sold over 2 million copies and which still holds the top spot in the software charts in Japan will launch in Europe this June. If that just isn't enough excitement for you, Mario and his band of merry friends will be back again in all New SUPER MARIO BROS.


News source: Nintendo Europe






Nintendo DS































































































































































Title




Release Date



2006





Megaman Battle Network 5 Double Team DS (Capcom/Nintendo)




14 April




Tetris DS (Nintendo)




21 April




Trauma Centre: Under the Knife (Atlus/Nintendo)




28 April




Pokémon Link! (Nintendo)




5 May




Metroid Prime Hunters (Nintendo)




5 May




Super Princess Peach (Nintendo)




26 May




Dr Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? (Nintendo)





9 June




New SUPER MARIO BROS. (Nintendo)




30 June















Nintendo GameCube













































Title




Release Date



2006





Chibi-Robo! (Nintendo)




26 May









Game Boy Advance





























































Title




Release Date



2006





Polarium Advance (Nintendo)




14 April




Final Fantasy IV (Nintendo)




2 June




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