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4.33 stars 4.33/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Your stylus is your sword in this great action game for the DS. 0

When Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass would use the touch screen as the main control set up, many people were skeptical about how it would work, and to what degree of success that they would pull it off. It was definitely the kind of control scheme that if not done properly, it would ruin the entire game based around it. Thankfully, the control scheme turned out really well, and saved what would otherwise be "Zelda-lite". Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword is the next in li...

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Will you be erased? 0

It's not often that we get an original RPG these days. Pick one up, and chances you're either dealing with swords, castles, armies, magic, and summoning, or lasers, space, galactic travel, and aliens. It could have been another Final Fantasy or Draqon Quest, but Square's The World Ends With You for the DS takes everything you know about RPGs and throws it out the window, making for not only one of the most fresh and original RPGs in a long time, but simply one of the best.The World Ends With You...

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Geometry done right. 0

From a mini game to a full fledged release, Geometry Wars started as a simple game found within Project Gotham Racing 2 for the Xbox, and has since then been released on Xbox Live Arcade and PC for a small price. Now it's hit the Nintendo's seventh generation console and handheld, the Wii and the DS under the title Geometry Wars: Galaxies, but does it offer enough to justify the price?The premise of the game is simple. You'll control a ship-shaped... shape, and shoot enemy, well, shapes. You'll ...

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Geometry done right. 0

From a mini game to a full fledged release, Geometry Wars started as a simple game found within Project Gotham Racing 2 for the Xbox, and has since then been released on Xbox Live Arcade and PC for a small price. Now it's hit the Nintendo's seventh generation console and handheld, the Wii and the DS under the title Geometry Wars: Galaxies, but does it offer enough to justify the price?The premise of the game is simple. You'll control a ship-shaped... shape, and shoot enemy, well, shapes. You'll ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

One Hero In Two Screens 0

The dual screens of Nintendo's handheld have been used for many things; displaying a map, inventory, statistics, menus, extra buttons, drawing, mini games, main control, extending the screen etc.. Enter Chronos Twins, an interesting DS game that make a truly unique, mind numbing use of the DS' dual screens. And there's no touching involved either.Chronos Twins originally began as a GBA game, and it shows in it's graphics. Nothing technically impressive for the DS, and decent for the GBA, and it'...

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This is what you show to someone who doubts games can be art. 0

While big name developers constantly push hyped up releases such as Mass Effect, Halo 3, Super Mario Galaxy, and Call of Duty 4, there's always the little developer that could, bringing out an unnoticed gem, one that happens to be better and more polished than some big name releases. In this case, the little developer that could is Bit Blot, and the gem is Aquaria, a game that can best be described as Ecco the Dolphin x Castlevania/Metroid. It's one of those games that prove games can be art, an...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.