Only just remembered to post this. 17th September Animates Region: US Genre: Pet sim-me-do Developer: Navarre Publisher: DreamCatcher Interactive Raise your very own Animate from a small baby hatchling to a full-grown, mature Animate. Make sure that your new friend is both healthy and happy by playing with it, feeding it, training it and more. If you’re up for a challenge, raise multiple Animates all at once… Only you know what’s best for your new friend and if you don’t, make sure that you pay close attention to the signs that it gives you! Thanks to Shelleeson for sending me the link to the pics. Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights Region: US Genre: Race-me-do Developer: Juice Games Publisher: THQ Multi player: Multi-card only, no WFC Yet another street racing game, but the DS isn't full of racing titles so we'll take what we can! Juice up your ride with complete customization and boost your NOS power as you draft, drift, slide, spook and fight for your rightful place on the racing line. Fast-paced, adrenaline-fuelled, pick-up-and-play action lets you enjoy the pure rush of powersliding your way around the globe. Wow the crowd, keep tabs on your opponents and take the crown as the rightful king of drift! Will this be better than Apshalt GT 1 & 2? 7 Wonders of the Ancient World Region: North America Genre: Action/Adventure-me-do. Developer: Hot Lava Publisher: Mumbo Jumbo Previous Titles: 7 Wonders Series PC Conversion of the pretty good PC game. 18th September LifeSigns: Hospital Affairs Region: Australia Genre: Hospital-me-do Developer: Spike Publisher: JoWood Productions Reviewers Scores Famitsu (7,8,7,9) An English release of the Tendo Doctor, Kenshuui Tendou Dokuta series which debuted way back in 2004. As a Doctor you will be continuously confronted with medical emergencies and personnel issues that require your immediate attention. Communicate and interact with patients, nurses and other doctors in this dramatic medical simulation game where you are the Doctor on call! Lets see if this makes the release date The US version is called Surgical Unit...for some reason. Being an Aussie release don't expect a ROM soon IF it makes the release. Video Link Digimon World: Dusk/Dawn Region: US Genre: RPG-me-do Developer: BEC Publisher: Namco Bandai Reviewers Scores: Famitsu 7,7,7,7 Multi player: YES! Online via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, Multi-card Multiplayer. Digimon returns to the DS with two games. This time with WFC connection and multicard multiplayer. Unlike the previous DS version, Digimon World: Dusk dumps you right into the Digiworld and your digilife, complete with a preselected group of Digimon. You get to pick from one of five sets of three when you start the game, each with its own focus. There's a defensive team, an attack team, and even a prettiness team Video Link MySims Region: US Genre: Life-me-do Developer: EA Publisher: EA Multi player: Nothing has been said We already have Animal Crossing so this better be amazing or theres no point to it! Theres no sign of Wi-fi either which is stupid with a title like this on the DS. Also theres no Wii interaction either! A lot of previews says the game is a bit "meh" but the mini games are quite fun. Video Link Namco Museum Region: US Genre: Arcade-me-do Developer: Namco Bandai Publisher: Namco Bandai Multi player: Multi-card Multiplayer, Single-card Multiplayer Yet another Namco compilation with the same games as always...yawn. Well this time they have added a wi-fi Pac-man VS mode so might be worth a download perhaps. Other games included are Pac-Man, Galaga, Galaxian, Dig Dug 2, The Tower of Druaga, and Mappy. Theres no arrange play either unlike PSP additions so you are basically getting the exact versions of the games. I wish Capcom would do a arcade compilation for DS. Video Link Nancy Drew and The Deadly Secret of Olde World Park Region: US Genre: Adventure-me-do Developer: Gorilla Publisher: Majesco Multi player: Don't be silly! So another cash in but could be alright (well it could be a lot worse), players must collect clues, decipher puzzles, follow suspects, sneak into areas and much more as they use their deductive reasoning skills to progress through 15 increasingly difficult chapters. Touch Screen play is incorporated into unique conversation and unlocking mini-games, but players will also use the stylus in Nancy's Clue Journal to access maps, inventory and tasks. Video Link 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. Also out are Master Jin Jin's I.Q. Challenge which is a brain game, Backyard Basketball which is probably a GBA port and Sonic Rush Adventure the US release. 20th September Deltora Quest: 7-tsu no Houseki Region: Japan Genre: RPG-me-do Developer: Namco Bandai Games Publisher: Namco Bandai Well ain't this a pretty little game! Based on a series of Australian books , Manga and recently anime series, you play as three characters, whom you're free to switch between at any time. The game's storyline begins when 7 precious gems are stolen, bringing the world under the control of a shadow king. The three characters, Lief, Jasmine and Barda head off to the 7 towers where the gems are apparently being hidden. You use the stylus to move your character around and can perform dash and tackle moves. To attack enemies, you simply point to the enemy, and your character automatically moves in to attack using a variety of moves. Your attacks include combos and special moves, all character dependent. Not just a simple cash in either as they've got some big names behind this artwork is by Yocky, and scenario work is by Kazushige Nojima. Sound is done by Hitoshi Sakimoto who is quite famous for his work on FFXII. Video Link Elemental Monster Region: Japan Genre: Card Battle-me-do Developer: Factor 5 Publisher: Hudson Soft multi-player: Wi-Fi & Multi-card Video Link Hitman Reborn ! DS : Flame Rumble Region: Japan Genre: Fight-me-do Developer: Takara Tomy Publisher: Takara Tomy multi-player: Multi-card Christ is this like the 3rd game in the series this year? The last one was crap and was only out like a few months ago...sigh! Kyouryuu Ikusei Battle RPG: Kyouryuu Monster Region: Japan Genre: Dino-me-do Developer: MTO Publisher: MTO Some kind of Dinosaur game. Sankei Sports Kanshuu: Keiba Ryoku Nintei Shiken: Baken DS Region: Japan Genre: Horsey-me-do Developer: Dimple Entertainment Publisher: Dimple Entertainment Uwasa no Midori-Kun!! Natsuiro Striker Region: Japan Genre: Mini game-me-do Developer: Idea Factory Publisher: Idea Factory Simple DS Series Vol. 22: Age Age THE Zero-yon Shinsha Region: Japan Genre: Drag Race-me-do Developer: D3 Publisher: D3 Drag racer! Don't have those on the DS do we? May be a port of the PSX game D3 also did. This game also includes a car washing mini game and also theres are also scratchable lottery tickets and Simple-series-themed slot machines. 21st September Touch Game Party Region: Europe Genre: Various-me-do Developer: 505 Game Street Publisher: Tatio Multi-player: Multi-card From Taito, Touch Game Party includes seven simple games, including Reversi and card games. The use of the stylus means a simple control setup for playing these staple titles. The screens and video are of the Japanese version, can't seem to find English ones. Video Link Prism: Light The Way Region: Europe Genre: Various-me-do Developer: Gamesauce / Morpheme Publisher: Eidos Multi-player: Not Known Reviewers scores: 8.5 Nintendo Power Puzzle game, the PC version was pretty good so I'm looking forward to this. IGN says this is actually out on the 14t but most other places say 21st. Also out on his day in Europe are Wars DS (aka Glory Days 2), Kameleon, Paws & Claws Best Friends, Drawn to Life, Tank Battles (aka Tank Beat) Cake Mania & New York Times Crossword. Ok some that could be worth playing, but to be honest I've got a backlog to go though...thats if my baby doesn't make an appearance! As usual games can be delayed so don't bitch about it to me. Also don't bitch about a game not being dumped, it'll be dumped when some kind group dumps AND NO SOONER. I will update this again when dates do change if I have the time to. This thread is dedicated to lagman, who rules.