top 5 or 10 ds games

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  1. mrback

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    Hello
    I just wanted a bit of feedback from the ds junkies out there, what do you think are the top 5 ds titles you must own are? Or top ten if you can be bothered listing them.
    Cheers:thumbsup:
     
  2. Tetlee

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    There are alot of recent titles I haven't played yet due to overspending on the Xbox360. Here are my top five from the DS games I've played in order of favourites:

    1. MarioKart DS
    2. Meteos
    3. Zoo Keeper
    4. Yoshi Touch & Go
    5. Mario 64 DS

    Trauma Centre looks really good, as does Age of Empires, they'll probably be next on my list until Mario Bros comes along:)
     
  3. Epicurus

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    I only have three games but two of them would be certain to fit in my top five, Advance Wars Dual Strike and Mario Kart which are both superb.

    The third game I bought was Bomberman, think it was mostly for nostalgia purposes!
     
  4. danwalton

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    Hi, at the moment its like this for me:
    1. Animal Crossing WW
    2. MarioKart DS
    3. WarioWare
    4. Nintendogs
    5. Mario 64 DS
    6. Yoshi Touch and Go
    7. Project Rub
    8. Pac-Pix
    9. Metroid Prime Hunters Demo
    10. Zoo Keeper

    I struggled to put 6-10 in any particular order because I really enjoy all of my DS games! Im looking forward to getting Meteos and Advance Wars at some point soon, and of course Electroplankton and Brain Training. Actually thinking about it, I've spent way more on my DS than I have on my PSP since I've had them, even though the DS was £80 cheaper!
     
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    1: Mario Kart DS
    2: Castlevania DS
    3: Super Mario 64 DS
    4: Nintendogs
    5: ZooKeeper
     
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    Most people have mentioned all the main ones.. id have to add "trauma: Under the knife" best use of the touch screen yet!
     
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    The titles I'll be buying when I get a DS are as follows:

    Mario Kart DS
    Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow
    Advance Wars: Dual Strike
    Meteos
    Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
    Nintendogs: Labrador and Friends
    Brain Training
    Electroplankton
     
  8. mrback

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    Yeah this does look very interesting, playable?
     
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    Yeh i love it. Gets quite hard but like i said very good use of the touch screen. Besides mariokart ds its the best ds game to use the touch screen.
    Wario touched is great as well!
     
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    I wasnt even remotely interested in a Ds till I saw Brainage (Brain training) on the 1up show
    and then seen Under the Knife on the internet somewhere.

    Ive just bought under the knife now Ive gotta win a Navy DS lite on Ebay :thumbsup:

    Edit: Sorted. Navy Ds lite on its way to me in the morning :)
     
  11. addyb

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    Under the knife is a great game gets really tough and tense in parts!

    Id say my current top 5 is:

    1 - MarioKart DS
    2 - Warioware
    3 - Trauma
    4 - Kirby Canvas Curse
    5 - Sonic Rush

    Ive been on a bit of a spree this month and should be expecting the following games in the next week or so!

    Metroid Pinball, Zoo Keeper, Phoenix Wright, Meteos and pac pix!
     
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    This may be a stupid question. But can you use the touch screen to play Mario Kart? Or am I inferring something I shouldn't have from your post... :confused:
     
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    Not heard of Under the Knife, what's it about? Sounds like a surgeon game or something?
     
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    Yep its a surgeon game, wacky anime style storyline behind it but you do operations like removing tumours, suturing cuts, etc.. gets real tense late on but overall its excellent use of the touch screen.. really addictive as well!!
     
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    Sounds very quirky, exactly my type of game. I'm hoping this DS Lite shortage ends soon, it's becoming desperate now!
     
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    1. Animal Crossing - Flawed in oline mode, but irritatingly addictive
    2. Elektroplankaton - Weird, chill-out game, weird, very weird
    3. Metroid Prime Hunters - Hard as nails
    4. Under the Knife - Odd, but a good game

    Well as you can see this isn't the defnitive list, just the DS games I own(ed). All pretty good and keeping me away from my PSP at the moment.
     
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    You can use it but it has a very limited use - during gameplay you can touch the screen to change map view. I have to admit it can be useful to view the more detailed map to guide you round corners when you get hit by the black slimey stuff! :cool:
     

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