By Tynan Muddle on December 20, 2012
NintendoReviewAustralian-based video game studio Nnooo, best known for their MyNotebook applications, bring Spirit Hunters Inc. to Nintendo DSi. The ambitious Augmented Reality title has been in the making for over three years and is heading to Nintendo DSiWare and Nintendo 3DS eShop on November 22nd in two versions: Light and Shadow, each with different spirits appearing in the game and an alternate ending. more.
By Jayden Williams on November 21, 2012
NintendoReviewAfter years in development Spirit Hunters Inc. is finally upon us, bringing with it a breakthrough in handheld augmented reality gameplay. The long and short of it is, players use their Nintendo DSi or 3DS consoles to scan the real world around them in search of sprits. Once found you engage them in heated battles with the aim to defeat or capture them, then simple rinse and repeat. It's a f more.
By Jayden Williams on October 17, 2012
NintendoReviewPokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 bucks a trend we've come to expect from the Pokémon series, acting as the series ' first ever direct sequels. But how much has Unova - the region players explore in this 5th generation of Pokémon games - really changed? Is there enough here for you to want to return? To find out, we took Pokémon White Version 2 through it's paces in an more.
By Tynan Muddle on October 14, 2011
NintendoReviewOne of the biggest genres to sneak up on the gaming world in recent years is the 'tower defence' one, and when it comes to the casual market, no game in the category is more well known than Plants vs Zombies. The guys over at Popcap and Mindscape have brought the popular title over to Nintendo DS. But does the port of the popular iOS game stand up on Nintendo's juggernaut handheld? We took it f more.
By C. Espinoza on March 1, 2011
NintendoReviewKingdom Hearts is by far one of the most beloved RPG series of recent years. How does the Nintendo DS title, Re:Coded shape up against the others? Story Following on from KH2, Jiminy Cricket, who kept a detailed journal of all the events, realises that there are now strange entries which he doesn't remember making. Mickey and Co. digitise the contents of the journal which reveals a world fil more.