Total of 18 user reviews spread across 18 releases
Kyokugen Dasshutsu 9 Jikan 9 nin 9 no Tobira: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors
Tense, Immersive, Enthralling gaming, gorgeous animation, wild story, life-like characters, adult material
(As of this writing, 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors is #6 on Metacritic.com's list of the greatest DS games of ALL TIME) 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors is one of the greatest games I've ever pl...
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
A creepy, stylish and thrilling experience that dives head-first into the darkest parts of human nightmares...
Don't wait till tonight to have your bad dreams. Go get Silent Hill: Shattered Memories instead. Its as if someone trapped their worst fears into one UMD (then made it available for purchase). F...
Magical Vacation: 5-tsu no Hoshi ga Narabu toki
A grand, captivating, quirky, imaginative, humorous, and colorful adventure, one of the greatest DS RPGs available yet!
Magical Starsign is the type of game that nobody makes anymore, and every once in a while when one such game is actually produced, I consider it a miracle. Over the years only a few other games hav...
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure
Rhapsody's adventure may be short and easy, but her story combined with the game's charm is refreshingly hilarious!
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure is one of the best games I've ever played, for one reason only: its extremely funny. If you're looking for a long, deep, challenging RPG then you won't be pleased with...
Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes
Clash of Heroes is a fresh and addicting game and one of the best of 2009. Might & Magic fans should still be proud
I just realized something. I have been giving alot of high scores (9 to 10 range) out to DS games. Some might think I'm giving too high a score, being too generous perhaps. No! I'm serious, the gam...
Valkyrie Profile: Toga o Seoumono
The best in the VP series, COTP tells a deeply intriguing story about revenge & provides awesome strategic fun too!
Square Enix games are usually a hit and miss subject for me. Some of the best games I've ever played have come directly from Square Enix, and on the other end they've made some games that had alot of ...
Rabbids Go Home
An adorable and humorous puzzle game with quirky gameplay and some oddly challenging set-ups: extremely addicting!
I adore Rayman and his games. But something happened. The Rabbids came, and in a way ruined Rayman for me by changing the franchise in a different direction, one I wasn't too fond of taking myself....
Assassin's Creed II: Discovery
A sleek, well produced platformer with alot of heart and entertaining gameplay, though it could've been a bit longer...
Just because its on the DS doesn't mean it isn't an awesome game. Assassin's Creed 2: Discovery is a sick platformer/action game with some very nice gameplay elements and an interesting story. Pro...
Nostalgeo no Kaze
Nostalgia starts off strong with crisp graphics and an adventurous feel, but in the end becomes another basic DS RPG.
I was very excited for this game. I even pre-purchased it, totally stoked to start playing. Nostalgia is nostalgic in the sense that it reminds you of the RPGs of old. Sometimes this isn't a bad th...
Super Mario Galaxy
Full of character, innovation, thrilling music and excellent replay value...one of the best games you will ever play.
This is the best game on the Wii (so far) and is definately one of the best games of all time. I weep for you if you don't play Super Mario Galaxy. Its the same as if you didn't want to go on a cruise...
Megami Ibunroku: Devil Survivor
Unusual and complicated, Devil Survivor is for those who stick around long enough to appreciate it.
Everyone is ranting and raving about this game, claiming it is one of the best on the DS. I don't think everyone is correct. Devil Survivor is one of the weirdest games I've ever played. I think it...
Though a creative game with quirky tunes and silly puzzles, I lost interest after a while.
Scribblenauts is definitely an achievement. Its a fun game that is very open. Whatever you can think of is in the game, except for crude or copyrighted material. You then use the objects you make to s...
Takes players on a journey with epic scope, superb graphics, and down-to-earth characters, though it has some issues...
This one snuck past my radar. Until I heard about it and decided to give it a try, (it was only like 15 dollars). This is a stunning game. The DS has had its fair share of RPG's, and alot of them h...
A port of the spectacular Rayman 2: The Great Escape on the N64, Rayman DS delights with only minor gameplay issues.
Rayman 2 on the Nintendo64 was a downright awesome game, and I'm glad it can be taken on the go with the DS. I remember playing the GBC Rayman at a young age and instantly I fell in love with the c...
A colorful but ultimately boring game that irritates, Pikmin isn't for everyone.
I hate this game. I think its boring and would fit better as possibly a minigame for something larger. I don't know why, but everything about Pikmin just rubs me the wrong way. And it hurts. The ga...
Layton Kyouju to Akuma no Hako
One of the few perfect games on the DS, this mystery is one you simply MUST solve!
I can't describe how much I enjoyed this game. The first game was alright. It had fun puzzles and a better than average story, but it dragged its feet and took its time. Lately I've noticed that...
Zelda no Densetsu: Mugen no Sunadokei
An exciting Zelda adventure with one major, fatal flaw.
I'm just going to come right out and say it. I absolutely hate the stylus-only gameplay in Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. I am not a fan of stylus play, but can tolerate it occasionaly. I simply prefer usi...
Elebits: The Adventures of Kai and Zero
An interesting adventure that is unique enough to run with the best of the best on the Nintendo DS, and it's cute too!
While looking at the large selection of DS games in a local game store, Elebits: The Adventures of Kai and Zero caught my eye. It was the cover art, with its sleek character design and simply gorgeous...