Top Nintendo DS Sport Games of All Time

Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top Nintendo DS Sport games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, created from editorial reviews on the site. It's the perfect tool to find that great game you haven't played yet, or even to find a gem for a friend or loved one as a gift.

Please take into account this list is in descending order! VideoGamer.com is always open to hearing about your opinion. Would your list be different? If so let us know by contacting us or tweeting us @VideoGamerCom.

  • 30.

    Mario Slam Basketball

    As sports games on the DS go, Mario Slam Basketball is one of the best. It's not a classic Nintendo title though. Something just doesn't fit with Mario Slam Basketball on the Nintendo DS.... more

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  • 29.

    FIFA Street 3 Review

    FIFA Street 3

    FIFA Street 3 looks great and has more character than any sports game we've ever played, but its gameplay is too shallow and unrewarding to provide long-term entertainment. FIFA Street 3 makes an excellent first impression. After spending a few... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Nintendo DS

  • 28.

    MX vs ATV Untamed Review

    MX vs ATV Untamed

    With more polished and exhilarating off-road racers on the market for next-gen consoles MX Vs. ATV Untamed will struggle to find much success outside of its existing fan base. Over the years I've sunk an awful lot of time into off-road racers. Whether... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: Nintendo DS

  • 27.

    Don King presents: Prizefighter Review

    Don King presents: Prizefighter

    If you're after something new after growing tired of Fight Night, Prizefighter is worth a look, especially if the unique documentary storyline is of interest to you. When I saw Prizefighter earlier this year there was a lot to be impressed... more

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  • 26.

    Top Spin 3 Review

    Top Spin 3

    Top Spin 3 doesn't have the cuteness and incredibly simple pick up and play appeal of Wii Sports Tennis and it's not really in-depth enough to be a simulation. Top Spin 3 had an uphill struggle from the start. Releasing a tennis game on... more

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  • 25.

    Madden NFL 06

    With no on-line play to be found and only minor improvements in gameplay, 06 seems like a step backwards from previous years. Every year Madden comes back with a fresh new take on the sport and every... more

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  • 24.

    2006 FIFA World Cup

    2006 FIFA World Cup is the perfect title to celebrate the World Cup with, even if it's not the perfect footy game. It's hard not to get excited about the World Cup. While qualification has... more

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  • 23.

    Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07

    The Wii version of Tiger Woods 07 breathes some new life into the series, but doesn't quite nail the controls, at times feeling a little hit and miss. If any game series needed a next-gen revamp it's Tiger Woods PGA Tour. The... more

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  • 22.

    Touch Darts

    If you're after a game to show just why the DS has been such a huge success, look no further than Touch Darts - just don't expect to be playing forever. Although darts is often played professionally by large, often balding men... more

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  • 21.

    Madden NFL 08

    Madden 08 may not be the best football game ever made, but it's certainly the best since 05 and a solid addition to any football fan's library. It was late in the 4th quarter; the Saints, pacing nervously along the red... more

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  • 20.

    Tony Hawk's Proving Ground Review

    Tony Hawk's Proving Ground

    Predictably, Proving Ground falls into the 'more of the same category', but if you know you like Tony Hawk, you should certainly feel comfortable here. If one run of games is a victim of its own success, it is the Tony Hawk... more

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  • 19.

    SEGA Superstars Tennis Review

    SEGA Superstars Tennis

    SEGA Superstars Tennis is a great bit of fan service for SEGA's army of die-hard supporters but it's also a highly entertaining game of tennis that almost everyone will get some fun out of. Fans love compilations. Just recently in the US Nintendo's Super Smash Bros.... more

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  • 18.

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Review

    Beijing 2008 Olympic Games

    Beijing 2008 isn't doing anything all that new, but it's undeniably addictive. If you've got an urge to twiddle an analogue stick faster than any human knew was possible you can do a lot worse. My fingers still bear the scars from a competitive gaming childhood. While I... more

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  • 17.

    PDC World Championship Darts 2009 Review

    PDC World Championship Darts 2009

    If you want the most realistic darts game available for your Wii then PDC World Championship Darts 2009 is the best on the market. When you're making a video game of a sport like darts it must be hard to... more

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  • 16.

    PES 2011 3D Review

    PES 2011 3D

    PES 2011 is a smart game of football, but as with a number of 3DS launch games, it's not making the most of the hardware and doesn't really offer anything new. While this 3D edition of PES 2011 launches alongside Nintendo's flashy new... more

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  • 15.

    OlliOlli Review

    OlliOlli

    An entertaining and intelligent skating game, but missing that extra spark. The appeal of OlliOlli is instant. Falling into that stereotypical category... more

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  • 14.

    Top Spin 2

    Top Spin 2 certainly isn't a game to buy an Xbox 360 for, but it is the only tennis game on the system and it'll probably remain the best for quite some time. There's just something about Tennis that makes it a great sport for video... more

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  • 13.

    NHL 07

    NHL 07 has its glaring flaws, particularly with its lousy AI and shoddy online play, but the skill stick breathes new life into a sport that hasn't seen much innovation in over a decade. Ah, the skill stick, the most innovative addition to video game hockey since... more

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  • 12.

    Pro Evolution Soccer 6

    PES fans disappointed by last year's PSP game should be a lot happier with PES 6. It's not perfect, but it's a solid representation of the console versions. The PSP might not be winning the handheld war at the moment - or even... more

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  • 11.

    Madden NFL 07

    Having been playing the series since its early heydays in the 90s, I can honestly say I haven't had this much fun with a football game in decades. Criticizing EA for releasing what is seemingly the same Madden... more

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  • 10.

    Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08

    Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 would have been without doubt the best game in the series for years had it not been for the high number of bugs and uneven graphical presentation. Golf is often seen as one of the "dull" sports, but still manages to pull in... more

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  • 9.

    FIFA 08

    If you haven't already got FIFA 07 for your DS, or you are desperate for a more topical edition, FIFA 08 is near essential for handheld owning football fans. The FIFA versus Pro Evo debate is almost as passionate as old football... more

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  • 8.

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2008

    The way PES was meant to play? By now you've probably read our PS3 PES 2008 review, in which we slammed the... more

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  • 7.

    New International Track and Field Review

    New International Track and Field

    New International Track and Field is a game every DS owner would be wise to have in their back pocket this summer. I wasted a lot of time as a kid because of Track and Field. I'm not old... more

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  • 6.

    Shaun White Snowboarding Review

    Shaun White Snowboarding

    Road Trip is the best snowboarding game we've played in a long while. Duuuuuuuuuuuude! Yeah, Shaun White is soooooo awesome! It's, like, full of... more

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  • 5.

    EA Sports Football Academy Review

    EA Sports Football Academy

    If you're a football fan and you have a DS, you won't be able to put Football Academy down. EA Sports Football Academy is a wonderful little game. It appeals to the... more

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  • 4.

    WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 Review

    WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010

    WWE Smackdown vs RAW 2010 is, we're surprised to say, easily the best game in the series to date, and a must-buy for WWE fans - especially if you've been giving it a wide-berth for a few years. WWE Smackdown vs RAW is a series that's been small on updates. Each year we... more

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  • 3.

    FIFA 09 Review

    FIFA 09

    FIFA has been given what it needed to draw in the first timers and the old hands, snatching the title of best football game on the Wii with a last minute flick of the remote. It's another year and as expected another FIFA is taking pride of place at... more

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  • 2.

    FIFA 10 Review

    FIFA 10

    FIFA 10 is a simulation in the truest sense, and is sure to solidify FIFA's leading position in the two-horse race with PES. Last year I said FIFA 09 was the best FIFA ever created. Now, 12 months on,... more

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  • 1.

    FIFA 11 Review

    FIFA 11

    FIFA 11 feels far more realistic than its predecessor, and packs in new features. You could get by with last year's game, but you will be missing out on one of the best sports games of 2010. FIFA 11. It's FIFA 10, but better. After playing this year's version of EA's... more

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