Namco Museum (DS)
Pac Man Vs. over Wi Fi with a friend. Loads of fun for everyone!
Posted: 05.03.2008 04:18 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
Geometry Wars is something of a cult classic. How does the transition to the DS hold up?
Posted: 25.02.2008 09:41 by Joe Bennett | Comments: 1
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings takes place after the ending of the hit success Final Fantasy XII on the Playstation 2.
Posted: 14.12.2007 05:51 by John Combs | Comments: 0
Horse Life (DS)
It's not for the hardcore gamers, but those with an interest in horses should be really happy with Horse Life.
Posted: 12.11.2007 04:49 by Alistair Wallis | Comments: 0
The Zelda franchise has been living strong since the 80's, and it's evolution over the years as far as console systems go has been an ever-changing...
Posted: 06.11.2007 03:53 by John Combs | Comments: 0
Despite the apparent lack of a prequel (making us wonder why this is Glory Days 2), this modern re-imagining of Golden Age arcade gameplay is a...
Posted: 08.10.2007 03:17 by Spanner | Comments: 0
Pet Alien (DS)
Pet Alien underestimates its young audience and panders to their vanity rather than testing their analytical resolve.
Posted: 03.10.2007 03:37 by Spanner | Comments: 0
Goku Densetsu brings up that nagging feeling that this is a pastime that simply deserves to be played in the flesh rather than the screen.
Posted: 26.09.2007 05:27 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Sonic Rush Adventure (DS)
After his illustrious start and the adoption by Sega for their various machines, Sonic has had something of a torrid time.
Posted: 24.09.2007 03:21 by Andy Govan | Comments: 0
This venture offers the same action with a Smash Brothers style twist with two screens of platforms to spread the fighting across, 4 way battles,...
Posted: 17.09.2007 03:40 by Ken Flatt | Comments: 0
Metroid Prime Pinball is a challenging one player game that also provides a wireless multiplayer option.
Posted: 12.06.2007 14:03 by Ken Flatt | Comments: 0
For those not in the know, Chocobos are large flightless birds that are often used as transportation in the Final Fantasy universe.
Posted: 04.06.2007 09:54 by Andy Robertson | Comments: 0
Lack of originality in gameplay doesn't really stop the fact that this is Mario. The game is fun for short periods, as any portable game should be.
Posted: 19.03.2007 01:40 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Yoshi's Island DS (DS)
Yoshi's Island DS is still a remarkable game, and definitely one that will please followers of the original.
Posted: 24.02.2007 05:02 by Mike Harradence | Comments: 0
Contact packs flair and innovation, unique quirks and it's interesting.
Posted: 23.02.2007 12:44 by Kim Kaze | Comments: 0
New Zealand Story: Revolution presents itself as a remixed version of the old Taito classic with extra bits and pieces to enhance the adventure...
Posted: 22.02.2007 03:40 by Ken Flatt | Comments: 0
Micro Machines V4 (DS)
The Micro Machines brand has been around since the days of the old faithful NES, and back then it was something of a phenomenon.
Posted: 19.02.2007 01:23 by Miss Kaze | Comments: 0
In Actionloop, the balls are both your enemy and your friend; you must take them out by making groups of three or more sharing the same colour.
Posted: 13.02.2007 02:25 by Miss Kaze | Comments: 0
The Professor's Brain Trainer: Memory is fairly challenging and will help you train and assert your memory ability.
Posted: 06.02.2007 03:33 by Kim Kaze | Comments: 0
Children Of Mana (DS)
Children of Mana has a retro feel to it; it captures the innocent magic of the Secret of Mana.
Posted: 31.01.2007 03:58 by Kim Kaze | Comments: 0
Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam is a decent skating game with a unique idea and ambition.
Posted: 06.12.2006 09:23 by Andi Hamilton | Comments: 0
Elite Beat Agents (DS)
Elite Beat Agents is easily the best rhythm game available on a handheld and is the best original take on the genre in some time.
Posted: 28.11.2006 02:19 by Peter Skerritt | Comments: 0
Happy Feet (DS)
There's no denying that penguins are cute, and thanks to the theatrical release of Happy Feet, we're about to see a lot more of them...
Posted: 21.11.2006 08:40 by Peter Skerritt | Comments: 0
The Sims 2: Pets (DS)
You really do find yourself caring about your animal, and they are so detailed and well animated.
Posted: 15.11.2006 08:59 by Kim Kaze | Comments: 0