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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:25pm 12/05/08 | 1 Comments
Nintendo of Australia have just sent through word they'll be holding "training" sessions for both Nintendogs and Animal Crossing on DS in Melbourne this Thursday, May 15. The sessions are being held for anyone who has heard all the fuss about these games (and the DS) but have yet to buy into it (presumebly this is for parents, young'uns and the oldies).
Brush up on your nintendogs and Animal Crossing skills, or come along and learn about the games this Thursday 15 May, 6:00pm at ACMI, Federation Square.

Nintendo will be holding Nintendogs and Animal Crossing beginners’ classes and everyone is welcome. Whether you have played these games or not, come along and learn about two of Nintendo’s most popular and unique games on Nintendo DS.

In Animal Crossing you call the shots in a completely unique world. Own a home, go to work, make friends and celebrate holidays and special events, and with the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection you can visit friends all over the real world or welcome them into your town! Find out how at the training sessions.

Nintendogs allows you to have your very own pet puppy inside your Nintendo DS! Select from multiple breeds, care for and train your puppy using the touch screen and microphone. Nintendogs is a unique game where you actually use your finger on the touch screen to scratch your puppy’s stomach! Come along and learn more about nintendogs.

Giveaways and exclusive downloads will be available on the night. If you have a copy of either game, bring them along with your Nintendo DS.
The event will be held from 6pm till 7pm at ACMI, Screen Pit Room, Federation Square, Flinders Street in Melbourne.












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sif greazy
Posted 12:34pm 12/5/08
I wish they'd have gaming nights for games like Advance Wars and Mario Kart instead of this.
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