C.O.P. The Recruit makes you appreciate, if indeed it further needed your appreciation, the true worth of Chinatown Wars.
This fashion store sim is perfect for kids who like to shop and create different outfits.
The gameplay is deceptively deep, the high score chasing is dangerously addictive, and the presentation is just as about as stylish as Space Invaders could possibly be.
Kirby Super Star on the SNES is considered the best Kirby game ever made by aficionados, so the fact that this remake adds a few bells and whistles should ensure smiles all round.
For all its problems, Scribblenauts is still an incredibly fresh experience - a genuinely unique slice of creativity that shows, once again, what a brilliant little machine the DS really is.
If you liked Mysterious Village and need more, or if you just want something genuinely fresh and original for your DS, Pandora's Box is the answer you're looking for.
Moon is technically ambitious but does little to make a name for itself in terms of gameplay.
Line Rider: Freestyle feels a little light as a retail release, even though it’s £20, but there's a decent challenge here and plenty to do once you've worked through the main game mode.
Half-Blood Prince is monotonous and lacking the exciting moments of the book and film, but you do get to play as Harry and act like a wizard in Hogwarts.
If you enjoy what Activision and Vicarious Visions has done with Guitar Hero on the DS, On Tour: Modern Hits will be a worthwhile investment.