Nintendo has just announced its fall lineup for the Nintendo DS, and it's a little ironic that a Game Boy Advance title easily tops the list. Despite new entries in super-popular franchises, Final Fantasy V Advance will make the biggest splash when it comes out on November 6. This will be the first time FFV is available on its own in the US, as the only other way to play it is on the PS1 compilation, Final Fantasy Anthology. The full release is just below the oversized shot of a magical crystal going haywire.
October 9 - Clubhouse Games
October 16 - Nintendogs Dalmation
October 23 - Magical Starsign
October 30 - Pokemon Ranger
October 30 - Children of Mana
November 6 - Elite Beat Agents
November 13 - Yoshi's Island 2
December 4 - Custom Robo Arena
December 4 - Kirby Squeak Squad
Strange, isn't it, that two games with ghostly adjectives, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon and The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass aren't mentioned at all? We're hoping the latter is just an oversight or perhaps part of a sneak attack for Wii, Twilight Princess and Hourglass all on the same day.
Speaking of Wii, Nintendo's press release dropped a few hints as to the console's release date... head hereto check it out.
July 25, 2006