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Fans of Animal Crossing may feel that this is a little too similar for its own good, but other young gamers should have plenty of fun with their magical studies.
Having to draw endless circles with the stylus prevents Tornado from being playable for any decent length of time.
Metal Slug 7 provides its army of die-hard fans with seven new levels to battle through and new slugs to enjoy. It might be too hard for most, but it's just about right for those who care.
A more taxing challenge that required real thought and detective work would have been preferable, but MillionHeir does what it sets out to do very well.
Is it as good as Geometry Wars: Galaxies, a game you can pick up for about a tenner? No, but it's a worthy addition to any shmup fan's on the move collection.
Despite being an impressive achievement for the DS - just as the original game was earlier this year - we simply can't get on with the cramped control peripheral and tinny music.
We'd like to recommend The Fallen King, but because of the stylus control scheme and the unforgivable lack of an alternative, we can't.
While EndWar provides DS owners with an alternative turn-based strategy experience, it does not provide them with a better one.
Need for Speed: Undercover is a solid effort considering the limitations of the DS hardware, but it lacks the excitement required of a good arcade racer.
Skate It is a solid effort, with a control scheme that DS owners will really appreciate.