Top DS Adventure Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top adventure games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Ghost Trick is well worth the price of admission, but sadly the game lets itself down with its overall simplicity and the disappointment of its crucial final act.
If there's a budding attorney locked away inside you, make sure you witness Phoenix Wright before he disappears into obscurity and bargain bins.
If you fancy the old-fashioned pleasures of a great point 'n' click, then snap this up now, and enjoy one of the sharpest, coolest worlds seen in gaming for a long time.
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.
Publisher EA should be praised for creating such a unique game - the fusion of hardcore platforming and block-based puzzling isn't something we've ever seen before.
While it might not be for newcomers, Ace Attorney Investigations will leave fans of the series squealing with delight. Roll on Ace Attorney 5.
It's sad indeed that we'll see no more of Cing or Kyle Hyde, but as valedictions go, Last Window is a corker.
A fine example of the adventure game genre. Buying this game should be made law.
It's not an epic adventure, like Phantom Hourglass, or polished platformer, like New Super Mario Bros., but in many ways Professor Layton is better than both those games.
If you've finished Professor Layton and you're looking for something that combines decent puzzles with a ripping yarn, this is well worth a gander.