Advance Wars: Dual Strike - Development


On October 7, 2004, Dual Strike was first announced under the title Advance Wars: DS as a first-party DS release in a Nintendo press release and it was to be released in the year following the DS's release. In March, the Japanese release date was revealed to be June 23, 2005, under the title Famicom Wars DS. The American release date was also set to October 9, 2005. In May, the game was showcased at the 2005 Electronic Entertainment Expo, when the official title was also announced. The final American release date for Dual Strike was set to August 22, 2005 and the European release date was set for September 30, 2005.

Advance Wars: Dual Strike was developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo. The executive producer was Satoru Iwata, the CEO of Nintendo. The producer was Tohru Nariho and the game was directed by Makoto Shimojo.

Wireless play was originally planned for the game. However, wireless was not part of the Electronic Entertainment Expo build and Nintendo was therefore unable to demonstrate its capabilities. By the final release build of the game, local wireless, but not Nintendo Wi-Fi, was implemented and supported two to four players in Normal Battle mode, two players in DS Battle, and up to 8 players in Combat mode.

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