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  • Advance Wars Days of Ruin (Nintendo DS)

    Nintendo's turn-based military strategy series continues with Advance Wars: Days of Ruin. As the ominous subtitle suggests, the game takes place on a ravaged Earth with civilization teetering on the brink of despair. Meteorites have all but wiped out modern-day conveniences and amenities, with the tattered remnants of two former superpowers vying for control. One vows to protect Earth's survivors, while the other intends on finishing them off. In addition to a bleaker setting filled with sepia toned cut-scenes, Days of Ruin offers four-player online support via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Solo commanders can embark on a story-driven campaign spanning 26 missions, gradually unlocking additional training missions as well as map editor for custom scenarios.
  • Advance Wars Dual Strike (Nintendo DS)

    The popular Advance Wars series is coming to the Nintendo DS. The latest game in the vaunted military tactics series features a new battle system that takes full advantage of the system's two screens. Use the top screen for quick-reference battle intel, or take control in battles that rage across both screens. Command a fleet of fighters high in the skies while troops clash with the enemy on the ground far below. Choose from new Commanding Officers, and combine their powers for incredible attacks that can turn the tide of battles. For a battle with a twist, players lead soldiers into a fast-paced, action-oriented battle against a storm of enemies. The game's acclaimed map editor also returns. Just grab a stylus and draw maps right on the touch screen, then send the maps to friends wirelessly.
  • Animal Crossing Wild World (Nintendo DS)

    Based on the GameCube version of the title, Animal Crossing Wild World casts players as of the newest resident of a happy little village, populated by friendly talking animals. There is no overarching narrative to push players in a particular direction. Instead of assigning a progressive series of missions or following a linear plot, the game simply sets players free in its virtual community, where they can develop their houses, fashion sense, collections, and relationships with other characters however they see fit. There is plenty to keep players busy in their little towns, however -- more activities than there is time in the day to do them. Players can collect bugs, fish, bones, and other natural items, they can improve their houses, design new outfits to wear, and they can even
  • Astro Boy The Video Game (Nintendo DS)

    Based directly on the 2009 computer-animated film interpretation of Osamu Tezuka's influential sci-fi cartoon series, Astro Boy: The Video Game is a side-scrolling combat game for Nintendo DS that follows the story of the origin of the mighty robot boy. The game features both traditional indoor platform-style levels and in-air flying shooter levels, as players take control of Astro Boy and his arsenal of futuristic abilities. In his quest to save the world, Dr. Tenma's greatest creation faces an army of robot enemies, both in the mysterious Surface region and back home in Metro City. As he defeats opponents and accomplishes goals, Astro Boy can increase the powers of his weapons and abilities, including his Laser Fingers, Rear Machine Guns, Arm Cannon, and Drill Attack. Voice
  • Avalon Code (Nintendo DS

    Avalon Code is a "by the book" role-playing game that lets players write their own stories. At the start of the game, players can choose a male or female lead character. This and other choices, made throughout the adventure, determine the way the story develops and ends. As the tale begins, the player's character dreams of the end of the world, and of a book that can create a new one. The hero awakens the next morning to find a magic book nearby, but its pages blank. Enlightened by a magic spirit, the hero sets forth on an epic adventure to fill in those pages, by exploring the world and cataloging the people, places, and monsters that exist there. Players can make changes to items that have been recorded in the book, such as
  • Barbie Fashion Show An Eye for Style (Nintendo DS)

    Help Barbie put on a fabulous show that will "wow" the fashion world! With plenty of creative and customization options, the possibilities are virtually endless. From concept to catwalk, you will design the outfits and accessories for your very own fashion line. Now you can put your personal mark on the fashion world!
  • Barbie Horse Adventures Riding Camp (Nintendo DS)

    Play as Barbie as you train, ride, and jump, while participating in challenges that will help you perfect the skills of owning and caring for your horse. Showcase your abilities in the camp's final week and take home the blue ribbon! Embark on an amazing summer adventure at the Roberts Stables. While learning to groom, feed and care for your horse, you'll take on riding lessons across five different equestrian disciplines.
  • Barbie Jet Set & Style (Nintendo DS)

    Barbie needs your help to ensure her "Global Glam Fashion Show" is an international sensation. Jet, Set & Style has you creating hair styles, choosing outfits, applying makeup, and more for haute couture clients in Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro, and six other cities. You'll travel to each destination in a jet salon, allowing you to do manicures, makeovers, and modeling from your on-the-go workspace. Each activity involves performing a series of motion-controlled steps. To create the trendiest hairstyle, for example, you'll mix different dyes, use scissors to cut a model's hair, brush it to remove snarls, apply curlers, and more. Keeping clients happy will earn items and outfits to style Barbie herself, who must dress for success and to impress her escort to the
  • Big Brain Academy (Nintendo DS)

    Those who have trained their brain to a healthy age can now test its "weight" in Big Brain Academy, the second title in Nintendo's medley of mental mini-games. The title includes a series of brain-stimulating exercises designed to improve thinking, memorization, computation, analysis, and identification. After taking an initial test to identify cognitive strengths and weaknesses, players will receive a brain weight score that will hopefully increase over time with daily practice in each of the five categories. Academy features a total of 15 mini-games and two play modes: test and practice. Each test involves trying to correctly answer as many questions as possible within a time limit. From that point
  • Brain Age Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day (Nintendo DS)

    Brain Age is a game of mathematical equations, logic puzzles, reading exercises, and more with the curious goal of stimulating a player's gray matter. Based on the research of Japanese neurologist Ryuta Kawashima, the premise behind Brain Age is that certain regions of the brain can become more active, more "healthy," through specific, timed exercises repeated on a daily basis. Played with the touch screen positioned on either the left or right side, like a book, the game involves using the stylus to jot down numbers, draw lines between dots, and so forth, while the microphone is used for calling out colors, reading passages aloud, and various other functions. Kawashima himself serves as the game's host and will offer pointed criticism or words of encouragement based on each test's results. The object is to make one's brain "younger" over time by playing each day for weeks or
  • Brain Assist (Nintendo DS)

    Sega's answer to Brain Age features six "nurses" who will analyze your performance in ten mini-games. "Quick Numbers" consists of identifying numerals as they streak across the screen at varying speeds, while "Character Hunt" has you matching identical symbols. Other activities include "Pi and Thagoras," which consists of piecing together a shape, and "Touch of Brilliance," a memory game that involves recalling the last colored tiles appearing in a random sequence. Each timed mini-game offers multiple difficulty settings and levels for an added challenge. Up to four players can test their brainpower against each other in wireless competition.
  • Castlevania Dawn of Sorrow (Nintendo DS)

    The crusade against the vampire Dracula continues, as Castlevania debuts on DS with this fast-paced fighting adventure. Serving as a sequel to the GBA's Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (2003), Dawn of Sorrow returns players to the role of Soma Cruz, a noble hero who struggles to resist his accursed call to join the forces of evil. Players can enhance Soma's powers by collecting souls from defeated enemies, or by trading them wirelessly with other Dawn of Sorrow players. The monster-bashing action plays out in the lower screen, in a style similar to that of the series' various 2D side-scrolling classics, while character statistics and other background information are displayed above, removing the need to constantly pause the game to check currently equipped powers and weapons. This chapter in the Castlevania epic was produced by Koji Igarashi and other key members of the team responsible for acclaimed
  • Castlevania Order of Ecclesia (Nintendo DS)

    In Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, players take on the role of heroine Shanoa, member of the Ecclesia, an organization that has sworn to defeat the evil forces of Dracula. Players must learn to absorb and apply the all-new Glyph attack system to defeat Dracula and his horde of demons. While battling Dracula and his minions, players can unleash more than 100 different special attack combinations in more than 20 different exterior environments, ranging from forests to the ocean.

    Utilizing the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection on Nintendo DS, players can choose to compete head-to-head, or trade items and equipment they have accumulated while exploring the environments. Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia also packs replay value in one package, giving players the chance to unlock multiple endings as well as continuously discover a variety of items and experiment with new moves during combat.

  • Castlevania Portrait of Ruin (Nintendo DS)

    The second DS entry in Konami's blood-curdling vampire hunter series, Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin gives the player control of two different characters. The pair - vampire hunter Jonathan Morris and Charlotte Orlean, a young girl with magical abilities - must work to thwart a plan to resurrect Dracula's Castle and unleash a reign of evil upon the unsuspecting world, all within a new World War II setting.Retaining the same 2D platform realms for which the series is famed, players can switch freely between Jonathan and Charlotte as they progress through the levels. In addition to Jonathan's weapon expertise and Charlotte's spell-casting, both characters can utilise all-new 'Summon' attacks to raise demons to assist them against the Vampire sisters' army.

  • Cate West The Vanishing Files (Nintendo DS)

    A series of unsolvable crimes, nicknamed The Vanishing Files, have bewildered the police and paralyzed the city of Arcadia. Cate West, a mystery novelist haunted by strange dreams, has psychic visions that might just hold the key to solving the crimes. Step into the role of Cate and find clues, compile evidence, bring criminals to justice and discover the link between The Vanishing Files and the mystery in her past.
  • Contra 4 (Nintendo DS)

    Two years after saving earth from invasion by Red Falcon, Bill Rizer and Lance Bean are confronted with a new extraterrestrial menace: the terrifying Black Viper. Joined by hard-boiled mercenaries Mad Dog and Scorpion, the warriors must once again wage war against an entire army of invaders. Refining the 2D side-scrolling genre, Contra 4 delivers pure action at a fever pitch as players jump, shoot, and dodge oncoming hazards. Utilizing a new dual screen presentation, the action spans both screens of the Nintendo DS, giving players the opportunity to battle across expansive environments in which death can come from any direction. The use of both screens for the game’s core action also allows for massive boss battles as players try to seek and destroy the weak points of sky-high enemies. A first for the series, Contra 4 introduces a grappling hook accessory that lets players grab onto

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