Destination Software

Destination Software Inc. (often shortened to DSI Games) was a video game company which published shovelware games for several platforms, most notably the Nintendo Wii, the Game Boy Advance and the Nintendo DS. DSI Games mainly published games developed from other companies, such as Full Fat, Frontline Studios and Frame Studios Interactive.

While the company is not very well known, most of their games they published were notorious for their very poor quality. The company also published several licensed multicarts, that were console ports of mostly arcade games.

The company was founded in 2001, and was acquired in December 2007 by Green Screen Interactive Software, and renamed as Zoo Publishing. In 2013, all Zoo companies were closed.

Why Their Games Sucked

  1. Ear-bleedingly terrible music.
  2. Extremely ugly and poor graphics.
  3. Horrible controls.
  4. Bad sound effects.
  5. Poor models that look similar to a low-budget Nintendo 64 game.
  6. Most of the games they ported into their multicarts were nothing but watered-down versions of the original games, the worst being the GBA port of Marble Madness.
  7. Awful voice-acting and annoying voiceovers.
  8. Poor gameplay.
  9. Some of their games are also completely bland and uninspired rip-offs of other games. As an example, M&M's Kart Racing is a rip-off of Mario Kart.
  10. Numerous bugs and glitches in some of their games.
  11. Dreadful camera angles.

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