Nintendo has a long history of releasing games on several different systems. Whether this is a bad thing or not largely depends on whether you are a fan or critic of Nintendo franchises in general. Put me firmly in the "fan" camp. I have no problem with this recycling, as long as the games are good, which in Nintendo's case, they usually are. Who could argue that buying Smash Brothers three times was a waste of money? And Tetris for the DS was absolutely worth purchasing, though I'd played it on the original Game Boy for years. Let's consider Dr. Mario Online for a moment, then. It's been available for the NES, Nintendo 64, and for the GBA TWICE, and recently it hit the WiiWare service. Is it worth checking out, given the addition of a co-op mode?