Tetris DS Review

Tetris DS is an enchanting, entertaining and charming version of the puzzle game. Whenever you get a new console, you know you’ll want to have certain games in your collection. Doom, Minecraft, Street Fighter II or Pac-Man are a few examples of titles that anyone can enjoy and so is…

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Elite Beat Agents Review

Elite Beat Agents (Nintendo DS)

Despite some issues, Elite Beat Agents is simply one of the most refreshing rhythm titles to come along in years. Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan is a Japanese rhythm game for the Nintendo DS in which you assume the role of an all-male cheer squad that helps random people by cheering them…

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Mario Kart DS Review

Mario Kart DS (Front)

Mario Kart DS’ solid gameplay, engaging single-player and strong multiplayer features result in an engrossing title that no DS owner should miss. Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, the old saying goes. Therefore, it shouldn’t be very surprising that there is a myriad of Mario Kart clones. Ever…

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Kirby: Canvas Curse Review

Kirby: Canvas Curse is a terrific game as it constantly encourages you to use the Nintendo DS’ unique capabilities in both fun and innovative ways. Though Kirby probably isn’t one of Nintendo’s most popular characters (Mario probably owns that title,) it still is one of the most recognizable ones as…

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Pokémon Ranger Review

Pokémon Ranger’s unique controls, attractive graphics and long quest make it one of the most interesting spin-offs of the series. Pokémon Ranger is a spin-off of the successful series that features a very interesting approach to capture the hundreds of little critters. While some of the elements proper of the…

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