Tak 2 offers a solid and enjoyable traditional platforming adventure that is definitely worth taking a look at, particularly if you are kid who is fed up of under par licensed platform games
Though it is likely to be left forgotten at the bottom of a drawer before long, Puyo Pop provides some entertainment
Gearbox have joined the profitable war-game genre with some success with this FPS/puzzle/strategy blend. A few minor niggles aside, they've managed to innovate and invigorate a stale market
With every new development, every new fight and scenario, the player likes to believe he now has a handle on how far, how high, this game can go. Yet, it keeps raising its game, upping the pace.
Super Mario 64 DS is the gaming equivalent of Lucas's ham-fisted Star Wars special editions: fantastic entertainment, to be sure, but something of a cash-in all the same.
If you are solely looking for a puzzle title makes good use of the DS's Touch Screen, then this might not be for you, but the lack of original Touch Screen ideas aside, this is a top notch puzzler.
Polarium is the perfect example of what the DS is about. It is a game that simply wouldn't work on any system.
Don't let Zoo Keeper's simplicity fool you. This game, despite its basic presentation and easy-to-grasp concept, is a minor classic.
We don't expect movie licensed games to achieve greatness, but we do expect them to at least offer some enjoyment. Robots is one of the poorer efforts we have played in quite some time.
Developers are bound to try and use the Touch Screen to give their games a unique selling point. In this case, the stylus control prevents the game from being something we can recommend to everyone.