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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,715,868 - Total Helpful Votes: 18 of 21
Nintendo DS Handheld Console (Silver) by Nintendo
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars hooray., 19 July 2005
After a few seasons of doubt in that games were no longer going to be fun or inventive or compelling or original, but rather yearly updates of Fifa etc. I was pleased to first hear about the DS. I am currently concentrating on buying all my games for it to see if it is good and so far I have: Polarium/Project Rub/Another Code: Twin Memeories/Pac Pix/Pokemon Dash/Zoo Keeper/Mr Driller and I really like all of them. The DS capabilties have been used very well, especially in the case of Project Rub/Another Code. The DS and the games are all excellent for "pick up 'n' play" style orientated gaming, and as that is what it should be like, as it is a portable games console-the type of gaming these… Read more
Super Mario 64 DS (Nintendo DS) by Nintendo
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super!, 16 Mar 2005
This is a great game. Firstly, let me establish what a great game for ppl who want a "pick up 'n play" kind of game 'cos this is the one. U can just turn it on to collect one or two Power Stars and the put it away. It really surprised me once it came across as that 'cos i don't remember thinking that as a child 'bout the original.
Anyway, this game has great graphics, much sharper and clearer than the fuzzy ol' N64's. The sound it really good too, stirring virtual surround sound and foot-tapping and moody Nintendo choons that will be logged in your brain for years to come.
The gameplay is fantastic, as good as it always was, and controls brill with the D-pad. Altho the touch… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I love my Rumble Pak, and I have two, one official and one third party. The Official one is much better as usual. It really helps you become more imersed in the game, especailly with games like The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Goldeneye 007. The third party one is a lot more jerky, and shaper and smaller feeling rumble, which is very uncomfortable, feels like an electric tooth brush underneath your controller. My friend hates rumble, so this may not be for every one. It only takes two AAA batterys and puts on hardly any extra weight to your controller. A super peice of kit if you like that kind of thing.