DS Reviews

  • Review Dragon Ball Z: Goku Densetsu (DS)

    Cardmehameha!

    • 0
    • DS
  • Review Worms: Open Warfare 2 (DS)

    Worms kinda lost it’s way big time. Some games welcomed the switch into 3D, making them feel fresher, fuller and on the whole a lot more enchanting. Worms was not one of those games.

    • 8
    • DS
  • Review SimCity (DS)

    The big city is here... on the little DS.

    • 1
    • DS
  • Review Guilty Gear: Dust Strikers (DS)

    The cult 2D fighting game series makes its debut on the Nintendo DS, but has the magic of the previous titles been retained?

    • 1
    • DS
  • Review Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (DS)

    Can EA atone for the shameful lineage of Harry Potter games with their latest instalment on the Nintendo DS, or will this particular spell fizzle out like the rest?

    • 3
    • DS
  • Review Trioncube (DS)

    The DS certainly isn't short of puzzle games. Does Namco Bandai's latest release have enough charm to stand out from the crowd and represent a worthwhile purchase?

    • 1
    • DS
  • Review Final Fantasy III (DS)

    The 'lost' Final Fantasy is at last made available to the English-speaking world. Is it a glorious reinvention of a genre classic, or merely a pointless step back in time?

    • 7
    • DS
  • Review Pokemon Diamond & Pearl (DS)

    Pokemon Diamond and Pearl have finally arrived on the Nintendo DS. Was it worth the long wait? (Yes!)

  • Review Dead 'N' Furious (DS)

    Dream On Studio’s tribute to Sega’s ‘House of the Dead’ hits the DS – is it the sleeper hit of the year or as sad and shambling as the flesh-eating zombies contained within?

    • 5
    • DS
  • Review Theme Park DS (DS)

    Resurrected from the PC original released in 1994, Theme Park on the Nintendo DS places you as the designer, developer and manager in a realistic and believable finance-based simulator.

    • 4
    • DS
  • Review Meteos: Disney Magic (DS)

    Arguably the best DS puzzler in existence returns with a brand new appearance – but has this alliance with the House of Mouse sullied the game name of the series?

    • 1
    • DS
  • Review Puzzle Quest (DS)

    Tetris meets Final Fantasy? That can't work, surely? We lift the lid on one of the most interesting DS releases of the year.

    • 6
    • DS
  • Review Gunpey DS (DS)

    The Wonderswan puzzler is reborn on the DS - but has Mizuguchi's Q Entertainment done enough to elevate it to truly classic status?

    • 0
    • DS
  • Review Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (DS)

    A return to the text-based games of the past

  • Review Diddy Kong Racing DS (DS)

    The Nintendo 64 classic returns on DS, but how does it compare to Mario Kart DS?

  • Review Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin (DS)

    Konami's evergreen vampire hunting series drops by for a second bite on the Nintendo DS, but can it maintain the blistering pace set by Dawn of Sorrow?

    • 4
    • DS
  • Review Cooking Mama (DS)

    As I have already stated in my preview the concept for Cooking Mama is utterly fantastic. To think that there are still companies out there that want to be original, that want to make something new and that want make use of Nintendo’s technology is quite heart warming to me.

    • 4
    • DS
  • Review Elite Beat Agents (DS)

    Elite Beat Agents are GOO!!! -Commander Kahn Tap, slide, and spin your way through awesome songs in this interactive rhythm action game for the DS!

  • Review Densetsu no Stafi 4 (DS)

    Starfish are so adorable... but hard to understand in Japanese

    • 7
    • DS
  • Review Superman Returns (DS)

    Here is a little fact for you: Superman is shit. Why people choose him as their favourite superhero I will never know. How can you relate to an alien character that perfectly resembles a human and wears his underwear outside his tights? Oh and couple that with the fact he is perfectly invincible and it all gets a bit pointless really, doesn’t it?

    • 2
    • DS
  • Review Crash Boom Bang! (DS)

    Crash landing on DS, mini games a plenty, but how does this measure up to previous Crash titles?

    • 4
    • DS
  • Review Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow (DS)

    Another handheld Castlevania?

    • 3
    • DS
  • Review Naruto: Saikyo Ninja Daikesshu 4 (DS)

    Kage-Bunshin No-jutsu!

    • 4
    • DS