Nintendo DS? systems is gearing up to be transformed into virtual petting zoos as two games featuring cuddly critters debut. [I]Pok?mon Dash? [/I]and [I]Yoshi? Touch & Go[/I] both place familiar Nintendo characters in new adventures that take advantage of the precision touch-screen controls of Nintendo DS.
Both [I]Pok?mon Dash[/I] and [I]Yoshi Touch & Go[/I] launch March 14.
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