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Advance Wars: Dual Strike Latest News - DS

Game Description:Advance Wars comes to the Nintendo DS! The popular action platformer now expands the battlefront to two screens, making tactical mayhem double the fun. Command air forces above on one screen, engaging in dogfights and leading air strikes, while you fight stunning battles on the ground with the touch screen below. Engage in full-on warfare with the new Survival and Combat modes. Take on the computer or play against your friends using DS' wireless connectivity.
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    Will Wright is the winner of life. Not only did he create some of the greatest video games ever made (Sim City, The Sims, Spore) he's also a hell of a nice fella. But what video games does Wright like? Here's the man's top five: Civilization series Grand Theft Auto series Battlefield series Advance Wars on the DS Flight...

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