Mediocre at best, Sands of Destruction is one RPG on the Nintendo DS that can be safely ignored.
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Nintendo returns to their roots, but can they recapture the magic of the original 8-bit video game sensation?
One of the most original titles on the Nintendo DS, Electroplankton is more an artistic experience than a video game.
A review of the fantastic Zelda spin-off starring its most infamous supporting character, Tingle.
developed by Nintendo & Tose, published by Nintendo 1 player/3 save slots/Nintendo DS/2006.02.27 The Mario franchise has spawned countless entries in the hop-n-bop platformer genre, but surprisingly Nintendo hasn’t made a game specifically starring the series’ archetypal damsel in distress until now. She most notably appeared as one of the four selectable characters in the […]
Take a time machine back to the early ’80s and revisit the golden era of gaming!
A visually impressive RPG romp that successfully combines elements of Zelda and Final Fantasy.
The elusive 6th chapter in the long-running and most celebrated role-playing game series ever has finally been released outside of Japan!