Yay another load of samey titles that we've played a million times ago every bleeding week. Phoenix Wright is a must of course, unless you played the J version to death. Front Mission should be worth a try and I hope it'll be more than a PSX port. Would like to play the Snooker title and I hope its good. 22nd October The Sims 2: Castaway Region: US Genre: Survival-me-do Developer: Maxis Publisher: EA Yet another Sims game, this time its set on a desert island and you're people have to survive. Cashing in on Lost do you think? Unlike the other versions, the DS one only lets you take control over one Sim. You can create your character and tweak a variety of physical attributes, and then you can go about exploring, gathering materials, and building things to survive. The game is essentially a story/adventure game with simulation elements, and involves a lot of social networking between your Sim and the other surviving Sims on the island. Of course a lot of the survival jizz is handled by lots of mini games. Video Link 23rd October Chessmaster: The Art of Learning Region: US Genre: Chess-me-do Developer: Maxis Publisher: Ubisoft Could this finally be the game chess fans have been waiting for? Personally I'd rather have Battle Chess DS but I'm like that. Using a very very simplified version of videogame chess this game intends to teach you the rules and also play regular chess. Also included are multiplayer wireless modes and six original mini games, including "Fork My Fruit" which erm sounds a bit rude. Players will also have access to 900 of the world's most important chess games, which are analyzed to help players improve their tactics. EA Playground Region: US Genre: Mini games-me-do Developer: EA Canada Publisher: EA Another title featuring yet more mini games. Blow into the Nintendo DS mic to shoot spitballs and battle your friends and family in dodgeball -- every game brings its own twist to the controls for the ultimate, all-ages, party game! And if family and friends are not around, you can still have fun in EA Playground. Explore the world on your own as you enter different locations, unlocking new activities, making wacky in-game friends and collecting rewards and stickers to upgrade your abilities along the way. No wi-fi wtf?? Only multicard multiplayer? EA = LOSE! Video Link Ed, Edd & Eddy: Scam of the Century Region: US Genre: Platform-me-do Developer: D3 Publisher: D3 Another lame looking platformer, like the ones we've been getting from THQ since the SNES days...except this isn't by THQ. Front Mission Region: US Genre: Turn based Tactical RPG-me-do Developer: Square Enix Publisher: Square Enix I can see this featuring in my unappreciated bit. I really hoping people will give this game a go because Front Mission is a damn fine series of games. If you like Final Fantasy Tactics or Fire Emblem then give this a go. Ok this is a port of the PSX game Front Mission 1st which was a remake of the SNES game but with new stuff added. This version adds even more stuff and modes and also makes use of the DS special features. Next year SE will release a new FM game for the DS in Japan, hopefully this game will do well enough for that one to make it over here. Hannah Montana: Music Jam Region: US Genre: Music-me-do Developer: Gorilla Games Publisher: Disney People who have played this say its good, they say its really good! Will you see past the license to give it a go? Video Link Imagine Animal Doctor / Imagine Fashion Designer / Imagine Babyz Region: US Genre: Stereotyping girls-me-do Developer: Ubisoft Publisher: Ubisoft Ok here are three titles that are aimed at girls, 'cos you know all girls want to imagine that they are a vet or fashion designer or that they have a baby. Not sure the baby one will do that well as most 13-16 year olds have one by now. Next year there will also be Imagine Figure Skating and Imagine Master Chief...sorry Chef and Imagine Abortion Clinic, one of those isn't true. I can't find any screens right now but just imagine any other girl aimed Ubisoft game and you'll probably be right. Mega Man ZX Advent Region: US Genre: platform shoot-me-do Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom I liked the last ZX game, it was good even though ITS NOT MEGA MAN! Seriously Capcom, bring the guy back I just can't understand why you don't play the guy in these games, who the hell wants to play some kid in a suit when you could be Mega Man?? If it was up to me I'd bring back the awesomness of the NES titles and bang them up to date with explosions and other jizz. Anyway the Japanese version seemed ok, better than most games on the DS anyway but not for everyone. Video Link Napoleon Dynamite Region: US Genre: sexist-me-do Developer: Crave Publisher: Crave This looks like a piece of crap to cash in on a film released ages ago. Also looks like that the designers never watched the film but looked at images from the film. Amazingly this isn't by DSI but by the other shitmongers Crave! Naruto: Path of the Ninja Region: US Genre: RPG-me-do Developer: TOSE Publisher: D3 Yet another Naruto game but this one is a RPG this time. Probably only for Naruto fans. Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots GBA & NDS Region: US Genre: Platform-me-do Developer: THQ Publisher: THQ Damn...another lame cash in game...ok. Yes its yet another Nicktoon platforming title. Bless THQ for still supporting the GBA though, actually that Krusty Krab GBA title wasn't too bad. DS Screens: GBA Screens: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations Region: US & Europe Genre: Lawyer-me-do Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom Well the Japanese one does actually have an English mode but a lot of people are waiting for a proper English one. Also out on the same day is the Euro one which will please those who are kinda lame with English. Its a great game though I've still yet to finish it. Now the wait for the 4th game is one! Video Link....Madness? Pocket Pets Region: US Genre: Pet-me-do Developer: Agatsuma Entertainment Publisher: O3 Entertainment The English version of Hana Deka Club: Animal Paradise. Rhythm n' Notes Region: US Genre: Music-me-do Developer: Agetec Inc. Publisher: Agetec Inc. Another music title but this one trys to teach you about rhythm and shiz. Spanish For Everyone Region: US Genre: Spanish-me-do Developer: No Company Publisher: Activision It teaches Spanish! Thanks to webyugioh for the images. SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis NDS & GBA Region: US Genre: Platform-me-do Developer: THQ Publisher: THQ Another game by THQ to sap monies from parents purses (or wallets!) and again theres a GBA version which will probably be a bit better. DS Screens: GBA Screens: Super Collapse 3 Region: US Genre: Puzzle-me-do Developer: MacPlay Publisher: MumboJumbo Multi player: Nothing said. Another PC puzzle game makes it onto the DS. It keeps getting delayed so lets see if it makes the date. The Suite Life of Zack & Cody : Circle of Spies Region: US Genre: Platform-me-do Developer: A2M Publisher: Disney Christ wasn't there a cash in game a few months back? This sucks ass...ok well yeah another game based on this crap tv show. Expect mediocrity and mini games in place of any original ideas. Zoo Hospital Region: US Genre: Vet-me-do Developer: Torus Publisher: Majesco Games Well I was kinda hoping for a Theme Hospital sort of game but instead we've got some sort of vet game...again. Well it could be alright but then Zoo Tycoon DS sucked balls. 25th October As there are so many Japanese titles out this week I've decided to just mention those that we can play or people are looking forward to. Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Fuuketsu no Grimoire Region: Japan Genre: Strategy-me-do Developer: Blade Interactive Publisher: Square Enix Yet another Final Fantasy title for the DS, but thats OK it beats seeing games end with z. A sequel to FF Tactics Advance, this time it'll have touch screen gubbins and WFC multiplayer which I guess is very very welcome! Winning Eleven DS 2: Goal X Goal Region: Japan Genre: Football-me-do Developer: Konami Publisher: Konami Dungeon Maker Region: Japan Genre: RPG-me-do Developer: BGlobal A Entertainment Publisher: Global A Entertainment The series comes to the DS. Global A chose to go with kid-friendly artwork and a magical shovel for the DS game opposed to the grittier look in PSP series. The important point is you build dungeons in both and that's the major selling point of Global A's series but I think I'll look forward more to the PSP version if it comes out in the West. Apathy: Narugami Gakuen Toshi Densetsu Tantei Kyoku Region: Japan Genre: Adventure-me-do Developer: Del Publisher: Arc Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch Region: Japan Genre: Adventure-me-do Developer: Bandai Namco Publisher: Bandai Namco Crossword DS + Sekai 1-Shuu Cross Tantei Kibukawa Ryosuke Jiken Tan: The Masquerade Lullaby Simple Series 24: The Sensha Simple Series 25: The Koushounin Tengen Toppa Gurren-Lagann The Frogman Show Eigo o Taberu Fushigi na Ikimono Marsh Sekai no Shougi Mensetsu no Tatsujin: Tenshoku-Hen Maru Kaite DonDon Oboeru: Kyoui no Tsugawa Shiki Kanji Kioku Jutsu - Kiso Gakushuu Hen Mainichi Happy! Ayanokouji Kimimaro no Life Kit Keiba Navi: Uma no Suke 2 Illust Logic DS + Colorful Logic ESSE Shikkari Kakeibo DS Tomodachi Tsukurou! Mahou no Koukan Nikki Sugar Bunnies DS: Yume no Sweets Koubou Dengeki Bunko Ira no Sora UFO Natsu II Sorry theres not detail for all for but its kinda time consuming getting info on all games. 26th October World Snooker Championship: Season 2007-08 Region: Europe Genre: Snooker-me-do Developer: Blade Interactive Publisher: Blade Interactive Whats this? I nice looking Snooker game on the DS? With official content? I'm in! Looking forward to this one, it features 96 of the worlds top players, nine official tournaments, challenge mode and it has pure 3D play. If they can nail the psychics & AI like the developers did in the 360 version then we're in for a treat! Doesn't seem to have any multiplayer though which is stupid. Video Link Steve Davis Advert Solitaire Overload Region: US Genre: Soilatire-me-do Developer: Cosmigo Publisher: Telegames This features 101 solitaire games. The entire game is touch screen controlled, which makes it just as simple as playing it on the computer. Simply drag the cards around, or double tap them when appropriate. Should keep players who like his sort of thing happy for a bit. Of course being a budget title, theres no wi-fi. Interactive Storybook Series 2 & 3 Region: US Genre: Book-me-do Developer: Tommo Publisher: Tommo Two storybook titles. Nuff Said. I would show some screens but do you even care? And thats it. Expect delays and what not and don't always expect a dump the second the shops open, have some bloody patience ok? I was gonna get rid of the me-do bit but someone was bitching yesterday so they stick for now as I'd hate to think that they have influence me. Coming Soon The Legend of Kage 2 Region: Japan/US Genre: Ninja-me-do Developer: Tatio Publisher: Tatio Released: Japan Febuary 2008 & US Q1 2008 A very long awaited sequel to a game that was released into the arcades 20 years ago. You basically played a ninja and went around slicing enemies, nothing complicated just nice simple hacking and slashing. This game is aimed at those who are sick of the touching and scratching and who want something thats just simple to play but not easy! The new game has 12 stages for Kage and 12 stages for his kunoichi counterpart, Chihiro but chances are that they will probably be the same 12 but with different enemy and item layout. The developers are also aiming for a deeper game though I have no idea what they mean. Yes yes the NES version of the first game sucked total ass but the arcade one was good, I really liked it because I like these sort of games and well I doubt Temco will do a platforming Ninja Gaiden again so this will have to do! Can't wait for this as I'm one of those bored with pet, mini games, brain and kiddy cash in titles.