Nintendo DS Games
The Legendary Starfy is arguably the greatest Nintendo-published franchise to lack representation outside of Japan.
We get some hands-on time with the demo for Capcom’s upcoming puzzler Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective for the Nintendo DS.
Super Scribblenauts introduces some cool new features, but the overall experience is hampered with boring puzzles that require specific solutions rather than allowing you to get creative, making this game hard to recommend.
Ivy the Kiwi? is on its way to the Nintendo Wii and DS, and it will seemingly provide a fresh and unique gaming experience. What features will the game include when it launches on Nintendo’s current systems?
You’ve got a lot of options for protecting your DS, but the Nerf Armor tops them all, unless, of course, you’ve got a dog.
Galaxies takes what made Geometry Wars on XBLA so much fun and expands on it by adding over 60 stages and great touch screen controls.
Who didn’t love Oregon Trail as a kid in computer class? Those that are too young to remember Oregon Trail will find that this is one fun game that was previously only on PC. Now you can replay your favorite pioneering game and take it with you anywhere with the Nintendo DSi.
Looking to restore your favorite classic movie to it’s rightful place in your heart? Wizard of Oz: Beyond the Yellow Brick Road offers some great time with favorite your Wizard of Oz characters and gives you some adventures in the process.
Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes presents a puzzle-based combat system unique from other RPG games. This review highlights key aspects including gameplay, graphics and sounds of Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes.
The revolutionary sci-fi movie’s DS adaptation fares poorly in gameplay. The lengthy campaign and tedious puzzles makes the game quite monotonous and dull. The only saving grace is the combat and some new twists that will keep you busy for some time.