Advance Wars: Days of Ruin Previews - DS

Game Description:Restore order to a world that's been laid to waste as the popular Advance Wars franchise takes a turn in a darker direction. Will is the survivor of a meteor shower that's turned the world into a chaotic wasteland ravaged by gangs. Will joins the platoon of Commander Brenner to defeat this new enemy. Play the campaign in Single DS mode, where you can also create customized free-battle scenarios. Play up to four friends and swap maps in multi-card play, or battle four friends online in WFC Mode. Days of Ruin's expansive features include customizable maps, unlockable commanding officers, a soundtrack playable on its own, and much more.
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    On Location: Advance Wars: Days of Ruin


    X-Play visits Nintendo to talk with Tim O'Leary and Allen Averill about the upcoming Advance Wars: Days of Ruin

    Posted: Jan 23, 2008 | 1,092 Views | 02:11 | 1 Comment

  • Game Developers Choice Awards: Best Handheld

    Posted: April 10, 2009

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  • X-Play Best of 2008: Best Strategy Game

    Posted: December 9, 2008

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  • Advance Wars: Days of Ruin Review

    Posted: February 1, 2008

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  • On Location: Advance Wars: Days of Ruin

    Posted: January 23, 2008

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