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Submitted by Lucario 460d ago | opinion piece

The Best of the Best Issue III: DS Game of the Year Winners

DHGF: The premise of our new “Best of the Best” column is quite simple. We’re going to take a look at all the games that have won various awards over the years and them rank them from best to worst to crown what is, well, “The Best of the Best.” The purpose of this is twofold. The first is to generate some fun (AND CIVIL) discussions between readers and staff as they agree, disagree and make their own rankings of the award winning games. The second is to look back at the history of Diehard GameFAN and see if we can find any trends in what’s won over the years. Obviously any “Top Whatever” list is highly subjective, so keep that in mind. After all, if you give ten people a list of ten games, the likelihood that even two have them in the same exact order is quite small. So anyone taking this as SERIOUS BUSINESS and getting butt hurt that Game A is ranking higher/lower than Game B will be given a pat on the head and reminded that we’re talking about something as inconsequential to the world as video games and that they should really just relax. Our previous renditions looked at our Game of the Year winners and Platformers. This time we’ll be looking at the winners of the “Nintendo DS Game of the Year” award. (Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies, Feel the Magic, Nintendo DS, Pokemon Conquest, Radiant Historia, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor, The Legend Of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, Trauma Center: Under the Knife, Yoshi's Island DS)

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