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There's no denying the nostalgia factor involved in these classic Game & Watch releases and the DSiWare service is the perfect place to make these available as individual releases for those who've longed to play them again. Sure they're not going to set the gaming world on fire with their playability, but for those who can appreciate them, they're really cool and still a lot of fun to sit down with when you have a few minutes to kill. If you already own Game & Watch Gallery 4 on Game Boy Advance, you're not getting anything new really, but for everyone else who've longed to play these Nintendo classics, now's the perfect opportunity.
Mario's Cement Factory is certainly the best of the three DSiWare Game & Watch titles so far, offering high intensity reaction-based fun, yet, as with the other two releases, it still lacks that special ingredient to keep gamers coming back time and time again, even if it does only cost 200 Points.