Doctor Lautrec and the Forgotten Knights is a puzzle game on the 3DS that features riddles, battles and a deep story. It’s pretty much all you want in a game like this.
Beyblade: Metal Masters attempts to capture the childhood top-fighting game of yesteryear with beautiful graphics, customization options and lots of spinning battles.
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Tag Force 5 is the latest of the card-dueling titles in the Yu-Gi-Oh world. Although the story line here is a little weak, the card battles are intense.
Karaoke Revolution is back for more, and this time out features fifty master tracks from both today’s top artists and huge stars from yesterday. Warm up those voices, cause there is a lot to do.
After a few lackluster seasons, Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 hits the ground running. Not every flaw of the past two years is fixed, but PES 2009 pushes back towards the king of the hill.
Armed with a pen that can draw holes in time, the main character must piece together his past before it’s too late in Time Hollow, a DS detective adventure.
Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked starts out as a pretty cool family-type survival game, but soon loses its way as mini-game after mini-game will make you wish you were lost at sea.
Pro Evolution Soccer has been the top dog in soccer games for years, but the 2008 version is ripe with flaws and annoyances that should let FIFA close the gap.
Dewy’s Adventure is a rich and difficult game that is somehow masquerading as a kids title, hoping that adult gamers will somehow find it.
Although you would think that after 20 years the Castlevania series might get stale, it keeps the bloodletting fresh with Castlevania: Portrait of Ruins.