Billy O'Keefe writes:
"Elebits: The Adventures of Kai and Zero
For: Nintendo DS
ESRB Rating: Everyone (mild cartoon violence)
Though it's an "Elebits" game in every superficial respect, "Elebits: The Adventures of Kai and Zero" shares almost nothing in common with the Nintendo Wii game that birthed the franchise. That game was a quirky action/puzzle game that had you using the Wiimote to overturn furniture and play virtual hide and seek, while "Zero" translates some of the same concepts into a far more traditional, two-dimensional adventure game in the "Legend of Zelda" vein.
It works, albeit in spite of itself sometimes, and it allows the series to spread its ever-deepening mythology to systems that (a) can't do what the Wii can and (b) can do things the Wii cannot."