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NDS Game: The World Ends with you

Posted on May 16, 2008 04:54:46 PM

The World Doesn’t End With This Game

I am a Square-Enix fan and I’m not afraid to say it. Like half the world who grew up and played the Final Fantasy series, I fell in love with Kingdom Hearts the minute the PS2 game was released. Similarly with The World Ends With You, this DS game reminds me of those good old Squaresoft gaming days. Released on April 2008, this game is not like its Square-Enix game counterparts. Far from it. There are not sorcery, sorcery and Chocobos but there is the usual damsel in distress element to it. The uniqueness of The World Ends With You lies in the fact that the ever innovative Square-Enix took the charming elements from the Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts series, mixed them thoroughly and brought them to modern day Shibuya, Tokyo.


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Cooking Mama 2 – Fancy a dish of sequel, anyone?

Posted on May 16, 2008 12:42:11 PM

Released in November 2007, Cooking Mama 2: Dinner with Friends is the much awaited sequel for Cooking Mama DS. Even though the game play does not stray much from its predecessor, Cooking Mama 2 seeks to satisfy its existing fans rather than increase its fan base. It enjoyed as much success as before and top gaming site 1UP.com even awarded Cooking Mama 2 with the title “Best Console Casual Game”.

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Cooking Mama 1 – How I Survived the Cuteness

Posted on May 15, 2008 05:12:53 PM

When I was a child, I loved playing house and imagining that I was a chef. I even used various household items in my bid to be a more convincing cook, seeing how I cannot possibly be allowed to do actual cooking at the tender age of six.


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Nintendo DS Lite

Posted on May 15, 2008 04:51:39 PM

Revolutionizing hand-held gaming

For most people, Nintendo has long been considered a household name and is renowned for their innovative gaming console. The makers of pivotal and memorable game consoles such as the NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, GameCube, GameBoy and GBA SP sent both gamers and even Average Joes all over the world shivering in anticipation on 2004 when they announced that they will be releasing the Nintendo DS, a new portable gaming console that offers consumers not one but two LCD screens, one of which has touch screen capabilities.


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