More than enough content here to keep you busy for a while.
The graphics do there job, nothing more. This isn't a bad thing though. Most say that the music is annoying, but I find it kind of catchy. It does, however, begin to grate on the nerves after the hundredth loop.
My only real complaint is the fact that you have to be on a team when you play spades, you can't choose to play by yourself. There are three modes to choose from: Free play mode, where you can play any game that you've unlocked, Stamp mode, in which you go through each game and unlock special games as you progress, and Mission mode, where you can meet requirements and earn new avatars. So, to sum it up, if you have a ds, you'd probably enjoy this game. Expect to be turning on your ds to play this for a few minutes and end up spending a few hours with it.