Top DS Family Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top family 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...
Cooking Mama is a very easy game to like, but a lack of variety does make it a game that won't be played much once the novelty factor has worn off.
Like having a pint at home on your own, TouchMaster just can't hope to compete with the allure of a good old boozer.
While Mario Party continues on its inevitable course for world domination in Japan, we're left scratching our heads. We'd rather be partying with Wario Ware Touched! instead.
WarioWare Touched! is a strange game: initially frustrating, then hugely entertaining, but too short and ultimately lacking.
Card and board game fans will find a lot to enjoy though, and the online integration and solid support for the lone player make a game that is well worth its budget price.
If you have a daughter who is overwhelmed by the desire to put pink things on mammals, then this is excellent little package has plenty to offer and comes in at far less than the cost of a saddle.
What first appeared to be a shameless money making coming together of two of gaming's most famous icons has actually turned out to be a fun collection of Olympic events.
Magic Made Fun isn't really a game, but any budding magicians will get a lot of fun out of this DS release.
With record breaking as the foundation and a strong selection of fun mini-games to play, a well as leaderboards and multiplayer games, Guinness World Records: The Videogame is an excellent party game.
This kind of venture isn't for everyone, but if you've got the ideas and the patience to make them work, WarioWare DIY will keep you tied up for months.