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Submitted by Captain Tuttle 2387d ago | article

MSNBC: Best Nintendo DS games of 2008

MSNBC writes:
If ever there was a time for hand-held gaming, it's the holiday season. Not only do these portable games fit nicely into stockings hanging by the fireplace, but they're a good way to keep the little kids (and the big kids) entertained during the sleigh ride to grandma's house.

And so, for your sleigh-riding convenience, we have collected here a list of the Nintendo DS games that have been very very nice this year. Check it once, check it twice, and you'll find out that there's a game for just about everyone on your list (naughty or nice.) (advance wars: days of ruin, Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, Chrono Trigger , Lock's Quest, Ninjatown, Nintendo DS, Professor Layton and the Curious Village, Soul Bubbles, The World Ends With You, Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise )

ablecain  +   2387d ago
Haven't heard much about Lock's Quest
But I guess I'll have to check it out- looks interesting.

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