Nanostray (DS)

Game Profile

Slowly awakening from a blast to the side of your ship, your memory is jumbled and you can't remember what just happened or what you're doing in this sector. Instinctively, you check your console; a destination is still plugged in. You must take action; the enemy is starting to swarm.

Nanostray is an intense, pulse-pounding 3D Shooter designed exclusively for the Nintendo DS. Supporting touch screen input, network play and dual screen support, Nanostray's arsenal of weapons, non-stop action and beautifully designed environments make this game one of the most exciting and innovative 3D shooters ever.

  • 8 weapons and sub-weapons, boasting tons of fire power to decimate your enemies
  • Touch screen features such as boss scanning, on-the-fly weapon management and live radar
  • 8 stages to conquer; battle through environments like subterranean minefields, arctic mountains and hell-like lava fields
  • 4 additional multi-player stages
  • Unlockable features and game modes add re-playability once players complete their campaign
  • 2-player head-to-head single-card wireless functionality
  • Online ranking system via www.nanostray.com allows players to post their high scores and compete against best in the world
  • Blazing fast graphics running at a constant super-smooth 60 frames per second
  • From the creators of the "Iridion" Game Boy Advance series

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by Henry Stockdale

Shooting star

Shoot 'em ups are a rare thing on the DS. Even with the rise of DSiWare last year, we have still seen little in the way of more traditional shooters for the console. Early release Nanostray was one of the first games to step up to the challenge and...

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