Tag Archives: Nintendo DS
Sat, Sep 03, 2011 | 20:49 BST
Solatorobo: Red the Hunter is just as exciting as Modern Warfare 3. Y’know, if you’re into furries.
Sat, Sep 03, 2011 | 16:13 BST
The Nintendo DS may be on its last legs, but HAL Laboratory’s got one last game in store for DS fans.
Fri, Sep 02, 2011 | 22:39 BST
It may not be a new Aliens: Colonial Marines trailer, but we’ll make do with the Nintendo DS game for now.
Tue, May 18, 2010 | 07:48 BST
That sound at the door? That’s the future knocking. The 3DS is here, and it’s here to stay.
Oh, it also brought friends.
Fri, Apr 16, 2010 | 04:38 BST
New DS hardware and old (but upgraded to the point where they’re basically new) Pokemon games? In the same month?
Come on, Nintendo. It’s already impossible enough to outsell the DS, but that’s just downright mean.
Fri, Sep 25, 2009 | 09:40 BST
Whoa. No way. An Assassin’s Creed II spin-off? On the DS? We’re shocked.
Finally, after an especially loud rumor mill and an ESRB outing, Ubisoft’s confirmed Discovery’s DS edition in a press release.
It’s coming out on November 17, and – if you do your sneaking and stabbing on the DSi – will allow you to take pictures and paste them on wanted posters all across the game’s tiny representation of Spain.
As if the random haystacks, magic, and impeccable American accents didn’t have your dibelief totally suspended already, now ancient Spain will be littered with posters of glorious, erect phalluses. Awesome. We can’t wait.
Thanks Joystiq. Er, we think.
Mon, Jul 20, 2009 | 20:56 BST
Rabbids Go Home, the latest entry in Ubisoft’s curiously popular Rayman offshoot, is DS-bound, reports Kotaku.
Instead of trying out the Prince of All Cosmo’s gig like its Wii counterpart, the DS Rabbids will be slipping into the disembodied kicks of its progenitor Rayman for some platforming and puzzling.
If you’ve got a DSi, you’ll also be able to coat photos in Rabbid clip art with the game’s My Rabbid mode.
Click through the link for the first wacky, zany, buck-toothed screens.
Tue, Jul 07, 2009 | 00:11 BST
It appears that GTA: Chinatown Wars’ Japanese jaunt won’t be quite as uneventful as originally planned. According to Siliconera, the game will be the first to have its hide branded with a CERO Z rating, the equivalent of an AO in the US, or an 18+ in Europe.
Monumental though it may be, the news isn’t really all that surprising, as it’s only inheriting GTA’s Japanese mantle. Thus far, all GTA games have been rated CERO Z in Japan.
This doesn’t bode all that well for Chinatown Wars eventual sales in Japan, though. After all, the audience that visibly brightens every time someone mentions “Brain Training” probably isn’t much into splattering said brains on the pavement. Chinatown Wars, will you ever find a loving home?
Mon, Jan 12, 2009 | 12:12 GMT
Sega’s Wi-Fi enabled DS RPG, Phantasy Star Zero, has annexed winter 2009 as its own. It is, as expected, a videogame.
Apparently, it’ll allow you to murder tiny monstrosities with up to four of your friends, either through local wireless or Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Additionally, 350 unique weapons will surely test the limits of your so-called companionship and leave you pondering the limited merits of human nature.
There will also be dragons.