The Bottom Line: Zoo Tycoon DS captures the basic idea of what a Zoo Tycoon game is all about, but in the end it feels more like a cheaply made imitation than an engaging strategy game. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Altron, Strategy, Strategy / tactics / wargame - entertainment park builder, Strategy / tactics / wargame - tycoon, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: Top Spin 2 for the DS offers a good player roster and a deep shot system, but the choppy graphics render the game unplayable. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Indie Built, Sports, Sports - tennis, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: Aside from including some half-baked touch-screen features, Harvest Moon DS does nothing to set itself apart from previous games in the series. Read review
Specs: Everyone, TOSE, Strategy, Adventure - first person adventure, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: This watered-down imitation of the console game has some glaring problems. Read review
Specs: Everyone, EA Canada, Driving, Racing / driving - GT/street, Racing / driving - stock car, Realistic, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: Electroplankton is an interesting experiment in both music and game design, but its reliance on the novelty of something different limits its lasting value. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Indies Zero, Music Maker, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: Partners in Time might not have as strong of a script as the previous Mario & Luigi, but it's still another charming, high quality RPG worth any DS owner's while. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Alphadream Corporation, Role-Playing, Miscellaneous - kids / children's games & entertainment, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: Capcom has taken what was already a decent role-playing game on the GBA and made it better on the DS by taking advantage of the system's unique hardware features. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Capcom, Action, Action - adventure, Fantasy, 1-8 Players
The Bottom Line: Rafa Nadal Tennis isn't a good game, but it's not the worst tennis game available for the Nintendo DS. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Virtual Toys, Sports, 1 Player
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