Wondering what changed between the Japanese and western releases of your favorite Nintendo DS games? Here are a few tidbits that might intrigue you!
Love the giant library of the Nintendo DS handheld system? Well, here are a couple of titles that never made it to store shelves!
Even been curious about what’s going on in the background of the original Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story? Well, here’s a fun peek behind the game’s inner workings!
Back in 2011, Deep Silver and Apogee Software released Duke Nukem: Critical Mass for the Nintendo DS. It was a side-scrolling shooter that was planned to be the first in a trilogy of Duke Nukem games for the DS, but these future games unfortunately never came to pass, perhaps due to Critical Mass’ lukewarm reception.
Happy Birthday Unova!
Are you a mega fan of Champion Cynthia from Pokemon Diamond/Pearl and Pokemon Masters? Well, here’s a little tidbit that you may never have known about the character’s defining theme song.
Still a huge fan of the classic Nintendo DS handheld? Here are some fun tidbits about its games that you may never have known.
As some readers might know, the original Solatorobo: Red the Hunter for Nintendo DS launched several years ago – pulling its players into a charming world of animal people and flying mechs. With die-hard fans eager to revisit the game on modern consoles, CyberConnect2 president Hiroshi Matsuyama stepped up to address such requests.