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Learn Science released for the Nintendo DS

Learn Science released for the Nintendo DS DreamCatcher Games have announced the release of Learn Science for Nintendo’s handheld platform, DS. The game is priced at $19.99 and is available at retail stores throughout North America. Here’s some info on the game: Learn Science let‘s kids learn while having fun. Learn the basic principles of: Light...

Plants vs. Zombies arriving on Nintendo DS 6th May

Plants vs. Zombies arriving on Nintendo DS 6th May Mastertronic Group, the UK’s leading independent publisher of computer and video games, today announced that PopCap’s Plants vs. Zombies is to be released in the UK on the Nintendo DS. This runaway success from PopCap Games, the worldwide leader in casual video games has been successfully released across multiple...

Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 revealed for the Nintendo DS

Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 revealed for the Nintendo DS Earlier we reported that there was going to be a very important Pokemon announcement soon. We finally have the confirmation that it is indeed a direct sequel to a mainline Pokemon game: Pokemon Black 2 and White 2. This is the first time there’s been a direct, numbered sequel in the canonical Pokemon series. Reports...

LEGO Friends Now Available for Nintendo DS and 3DS

LEGO Friends Now Available for Nintendo DS and 3DS Having trouble making friends? Not finding much to play on the 3DS? If either of these sounds like an actual real, problem, you should check out TT Games’ LEGO Friends for the Nintendo 3DS and DS which is now available. LEGO Friends takes place in Heartlake City wherein you make friends, build up said friendships...

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Tops 2 Million Peak Concurrent Players

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Tops 2 Million Peak Concurrent Players The popularity of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds seemingly can’t be stopped. After beating out Dota 2 to become the number one most played game on Steam and averaging over 1 million peak concurrent players, it’s hit a new milestone: 2 million concurrent peak players. A brief glance over at the Steam Stats...

Super Mario Odyssey Gameplay Video Highlights The Merits of Co-op

Super Mario Odyssey Gameplay Video Highlights The Merits of Co-op Nintendo’s Super Mario Odyssey is out later this week and while reviews will certainly go live before launch, there’s a palpable air of anticipation for what could be another Game of the Year contender for the Switch. That being said, there’s still plenty to the game we don’t know about like the co-op...

Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth Review

Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth Review playerIDI have a soft spot for the Ace Attorney series. They’re frequently ridiculous but almost always fun games; even when the stories extend a bit too long, they’re still some of the best evolutions of the classic point-and-click adventure genre on a modern handheld. But as much as I enjoy the individual...

Dark Void Zero Review

Dark Void Zero Review With Dark Void Zero, Capcom once again shows that they can successfully mimic an old-school aesthetic in a brand-new title. Much like Mega Man 9, this DSiWare-only title features an all-around 8-bit style and delivers challenging, but largely satisfying platforming action. A downloadable prequel to the console...

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light Review

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light Review When people hear that I’ve been playing the U.S. version of Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light these past few weeks, they ask a single, universal question, almost without fail: “Did Square fix the item system?” The short answer is, “No.” The item system hasn’t been fixed....

Professor Layton and the Unwound Future Review

Professor Layton and the Unwound Future Review With each succesive game, Professor Layton’s adventures continue to grow more bizarre. And nothing illustrates that better than his latest outing, Professor Layton and the Unwound Future. This time traveling tale takes you on a tour of a future London, filled with new perils, villains, and naturally, puzzles....

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies Review

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies Review “Dragon Quest games are all the same.” You’ve probably heard that old chestnut before. Heck, maybe you’ve even uttered it yourself. It’s an easy mistake to make. At a cursory glance, Dragon Quest games do seem remarkably similar from one to the next: Turn-based RPGs with laconic heroes,...

Puzzle Quest 2 Review

Puzzle Quest 2 Review Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords was a unique, inventive game that combined the addicting qualities of Bejeweled with classic RPG elements. The game’s innovative mix was unique at the time, however, as much as I enjoyed many aspects of the game it wasn’t without its problems. Fortunately, Puzzle...

X-Scape Review

X-Scape Review If X-Scape looks a little familiar, it’s probably not because you’ve played it before. Even though X-Scape comes from 1992’s X — a 3D Game Boy game that never made it stateside — most players will recognize the influences its developer had on another little groundbreaking 3D title...

Mega Man Zero Collection Review

Mega Man Zero Collection Review Game compilations run the gamut from lavish affairs crammed with bonus content and a suite of options to cheap, barely-functional shovelware. Capcom’s Mega Man Zero Collection holds the middle ground between those extremes. It’s a bare-bones anthology to be sure, consisting of four Game Boy Advance...

Golden Sun: Dark Dawn Review

Golden Sun: Dark Dawn Review REVIEW Golden Sun: Dark Dawn Review (NintendoDS) Camelot improves on the Golden Sun formula but still falls short of greatness. By Jeremy Parish 11/26/2010 Share it:Tweet Is Golden Sun: Dark Dawn a great game bogged down by ill-considered design choices, or is it a mediocre game being buoyed by superb production...

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