Browsing all 12 posts in Nintendo DS.

1

REVIEW FINAL FANTASY III FOR IPHONE

REVIEW FINAL FANTASY III FOR IPHONE

Tweet In the new frontier of mobile gaming, the industry giants have remained conspicuously silent. Granted there have been a few toes dipped in the water, but the big boys don’t exactly dominate the iTunes store. In that vein, Square Enix has been as tentative as its peers to pony-up in this wild west of […]

3

Hamu-chan’s Japan Imports Vol.8 “????????????????” “Detective Conan & Kindaichi Case Files: The Meeting of the Two Famous Detectives”

Hamu-chan’s Japan Imports Vol.8 “????????????????” “Detective Conan & Kindaichi Case Files: The Meeting of the Two Famous Detectives”

Tweet Hello Everyone, its time for Hamu-chan’s Japanese Import game chat! I am very excited to introduce this game today. This DS game “????????????????””Detective Conan & Kindaichi Case Files: The Meeting of the Two Famous Detectives”, is an amazing collaboration between Conan and Kindaichi. Some people who like anime may know ” Detective Conan” (Meitantei Conan)” […]

2

Hamu-chan’s Japan Imports Vol.7 “????”?”Puyo Puyo”

Hamu-chan’s Japan Imports Vol.7 “????”?”Puyo Puyo”

Tweet Hello everyone. It’s time for Hamu-chan’s Japanese game review.  The game today I’ll introduce is call “Puyo Puyo”. In this column usually I introduce the Japanese games which will not be released in the US (because of the weirdness, too much Japanese culture, etc…) However this game has been released on the DS, PSP and […]

0

What is Ni No Kuni?

What is Ni No Kuni?

Tweet If you are at all familiar with Japanese animation or “anime” then you have undoubtedly heard of Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki.  Miyazaki is best known for his art style and his award winning movies like Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro and Spirited Away.  But something else he has been known for is his lack of […]

0

Hamu-chan’s Japan Imports Vol.6 Last Bullet (????????

Hamu-chan’s Japan Imports Vol.6 Last Bullet (????????

Tweet Hello everyone. This is another time for the Hamu-chan’s Japanese import game review. This time the game is “???????” “Last bullet”.   You may already know by the name, its a Shooting adventure game (the developer says its a mystery game) . It came last year in April 2009.  This is a 1-player DS game about the ordinary girl Hibiki Karin and her growning up as a sniper. In the […]

0

2 Ways Nintendo Has Failed Its Fans

2 Ways Nintendo Has Failed Its Fans

Tweet Lately when people think of Nintendo’s business the first words that come to mind are “successful” and “profitable”.  But over the past several years there have been two decisions Nintendo has made that have mind boggling. The Nintendo DS has gone through several upgrades during its lifespan.  The first move was making the system […]

1

Soul Of Darkness??

Soul Of Darkness??

Tweet My fellow gamers, many of you may not realize this but the DSi has many downloadable titles to choose from. Now one company in particular has just released their 20th DSi game (that would be Gameloft). For a very affordable 500 Nintendo points you can download Soul of Darkness.

0

Objection!!!

Objection!!!

Tweet A little game called Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney debuted in North America back in 2005. For those of you lucky to pick up a copy, you were rewarded with a game that literally showed you why you needed to own Nintendo’s new portable console the DS. Now 4 sequels later we are graced with […]

0

Assassins Creed 2 review! Again???

Assassins Creed 2 review! Again???

Taking place in between chapters of the PS3 release, AC2: Discovery may seem like a whack spin off, but it’s not. This game is one of the better side-scrollers I have played. Ezio is off to Espana (that’s Spain for you Americans) and he is there to spoil what else? Yes he is there to kick Templar but

0

Hamu-Chan’s Japan Imports Vol.3 “??????” the “Picross 3D”

Hamu-Chan’s Japan Imports Vol.3 “??????” the “Picross 3D”

Picross (also known as O’ekaki) is a game that’s been around for awhile. By using a grid-box spreadsheet you are presented with numbers on the top and side. These numbers help you determine which boxes are either filled in or left empty. It has a similar logic to Sudoku but the ultimate goal is to draw a picture. In Pircross 3D you are performing the same task but now with an X, Y, and Z plane. This adds a new difficulty but also makes the resulting pictures more interesting.