Nintendo Ships Endless Ocean, Advance Wars: Days of Ruin

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Two of the more anticipated early-year titles are now ready to launch, with Nintendo today announcing the nationwide releases of Endless Ocean for the Wii and Advance Wars: Days of Ruin for the DS. Both titles are available now for $29.99. Whether you’re in the mood for a little family-friendly underwater adventure or some hardcore, ultra-addictive portable strategy action, Nintendo has you covered this week. Treat yourself to a new Endless Ocean launch trailer after the break.

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“Endless Ocean is a siren song for adventurers, family gamers and the just plain curious,”says Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of sales & marketing. “Kids will love meeting and cataloguing all the sea life they meet, while their parents can lose themselves in a seemingly unlimited underwater landscape.”

“Days of Ruin is much more than just a new chapter in the Advance Wars series,” says Cammie 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.”

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