In the world of "Gekitou Custom Robo (AKA, Custom Robo Arena)", 30cm tall robots are more than just a toy. Mentally controlled by humans using a technique called "Dive", almost everyone in town enjoys battling other people with them in this exciting hobby where you can (as the name suggests) customise your Robo to your heart's content.
It’s hard to find great indie games on Steam Greenlight when the service is so inundated with garbage. To mitigate this, our discerning staff works tirelessly to find the very best games and bring them to our Greenlight District. Here they are displayed for your perusal and consideration. We hope you enjoy this week’s selection.
SPC writes, "For the past two weeks I have been listing what I perceive to be some of the greatest Nintendo DS games of the portable's robust library. We have now reached the third week and third set of ten DS titles. By the conclusion of this piece, we'll be more than halfway through this exhaustive list. If you somehow missed a previous part, check out Part One and Part Two. When all of your preparations are complete (and you remember that list contains North American releases only), feel free to begin perusing this third list of ten DS titles!"
Possibly the saddest thing modern day Nintendo has done is that they’ve pared down the number of their franchises they’re doing anything with. We’ve seen more Mario games than we can imagine, and we’ve seen some oldies revised into modern incarnations like Kid Icarus, but Nintendo has also completely ignored a large number of excellent franchises in favor of novelties like Wii Music and releasing another game with Mario’s face on the front.
We know Mario makes the most money, but is that really all Nintendo has to be about? They have so many good franchises, abandoned to the ravages of time. Let’s take a look at some of them!