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Japanese Nintendo downloads: Princess Tomato, Reflect Missile

Japanese Nintendo downloads: Princess Tomato, Reflect Missile
JC Fletcher
JC Fletcher|@jcfletcher|January 19, 2010 12:15 PM
The sole new downloadable game on Wii in Japan this week is the appealingly odd Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom, a first-person adventure game set in a world populated by personified fruits and vegetables. You play a heroic cucumber with a young persimmon sidekick. It really must be experienced.

On DSiWare this week, there are two different kanji learning games (how does that happen?), a math training game, and -- more importantly, Q-Games's cool Breakout variant Reflect Missile. Even more importantly, because it's really funny, the Naruto photo app lets you put your face into some Naruto art.
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