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Submitted by Thrallia 887d ago | opinion piece

SBG | Ten games we're glad were on handhelds

Writers Andrew Passafiume and Graham Russell tend to be on opposite sides of the debate when talking about handheld games: Andrew would usually rather be playing on a big screen, and Graham likes that lower system specs makes devs focus on gameplay. In this two-part feature, the two get together and make their picks of the games that best and least fit on a portable. (Advance Wars: Dual Strike, Kirby: Canvas Curse, Lumines, Nintendo DS, Patapon, Picross 3D, Pokemon, Professor Layton and the Curious Village, PSP, Retro, Tetris, The World Ends With You)

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