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Submitted by Kholinar 2890d ago | review

Touch Control Keeps Nintendo DS Games Like Zelda Stylin'

From the Review: "The following is not hyperbole: Nintendo's addition of a touch screen and stylus pen to its DS portable system is one of the most important things ever to happen to videogames. The instantly understandable point-and-click interface opened the doors to the demographics-busting success of titles like Brain Age -- and paved the way for Wii to introduce a similar quantum leap.

If you don't yet understand how touch-screen gaming can change the way you play, two new DS games are perfect examples of how the stylus can both breathe new life into classic franchises and give birth to entirely new concepts." (Jam Sessions, Nintendo DS, The Legend Of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass) 8/10

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