I found Trace Memory to be really good and pretty under the radar. But the best one I can think of that I have and that no one I know seems to know about or have is World at War. Other games I can think of that I have are Resident Evil (I guess), Demintium (I guess), and Rayman DS
This game got so much press on gaming sites (or at least from my perspective) that I thought for sure that more people would know about it. And yet I walked into Game Crazy the other day and neither the MANAGER or the two employees he had with him had heard of it. After I told them about it, they found ONE COPY hidden behind the counter and put it up on the shelf.
kirby canvas curse. incredible game, even tho its not traditional kirby, i really hope you guys go try it out, simply amazing.
on a side note kirby is really lacking some good games (squeak squad and the GBa games were meh) id love a great new one. oh and man i hope they make a Kirby air ride 2, i spent so much time on that. im not as big a kirby fan as i sound but the pink puff needs some love.
Who the hell doesn't know about Professor Layton? It got a players choice for goodness sake. Anyways, I would say games like Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles EoT and RoF and probably Final Fantasy III DS. IV got alot of attention but I prefered III so much more because of the job system and the control scheme. Not to mention the cutscenes weren't so extremely cheesy that it made you feel lactose intollerent.
[QUOTE="Mr_Matthews"]Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure.XeonXarid
Yes, but is it any good?
I'll put it to you this way: when all is said and done and we've all moved on from the DS, Henry Hatsworth will most likely be in my Top 10 favorite games for the system. As a standard platformer it's pretty cool, but the puzzle elementson the bottom screenare implemented into the gameplay so well that the game achieves "awesome" status.
As far as platformers on the DS go, this game is second only to New Super Mario Bros, IMO