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Lost Magic – Review

My favorite videogames are the ones most people don't think to make. I'll spend money just for the chance to run a farm, to whack frogs into holes with golf clubs, to rain destruction upon my enemies using calligraphy. Heck—innovation-lust is the reason I bought a Nintendo DS in the first place. But after playing Lost Magic, I have to wonder: is innovation enough to make a game any good?

Super Monkey Ball Touch & Roll – Review

Super Monkey Ball Touch & Roll is the latest attempt by Sega to incarnate a version of their puzzle-like game on yet another platform. This time around, the globed simians try to roll their way into gamers' hearts on Nintendo's DS while making use of the touch screen.

The Rub Rabbits! – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence, Suggestive Themes

The Rub Rabbits! – Review

The Rub Rabbits! from Sega is the sequel to 2004's Feel the Magic: XY/XX. At the time, Magic was the most creative example of integrating the variety of ways the Nintendo DS's hardware could function. Although it was short and a little unbalanced, Magic had striking visuals and a truly bizarre sensibility. The Rub Rabbits! carries on the traditions faithfully and provides more of the same.

Metroid Prime Hunters

Game Description: Metroid Prime Hunters challenges your skills as you control Samus Aran, the space bounty hunter made famous in the Metroid series. A ferocious race, now extinct, has left behind relics of their once powerful warrior culture. Now bounty hunters from across the galaxy are racing against each other in order to lay claim to these relics hoping to harness their power for themselves. It's the race of a lifetime, as you guide Samus to the relics before other hunters can reach them—and use them on her.

Frogger: Helmet Chaos – Review

Okay, so there's no real subtext to explore in Frogger: Helmet Chaos. Try as I might, I couldn't read any additional layers of meaning into the game's plot, about a mad crocodile scientist building helmets that turn various animals into mindless automatons. No, it seems that a Frogger game really is just a Frogger game, a test of hand-eye co-ordination and basic reason skills with a pleasant cartoon countenance.

Frogger: Helmet Chaos – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Crude Humor, Mild Cartoon Violence

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