The ‘seek and solve’ genre is a big deal on the internet, and Nintendo have picked up on its casual-gamer-friendliness with this Touch Generations title. You’re presented with a picture of a densely packed room and a list of objects to find. Find the objects to move onto the next room.
At first glance, Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident looks like another bit of casual flotsam in a sea of Wii shovelware, which is a shame, because behind its dull box art and a title that makes it sound like a Wii port of some bargain bin PC dud, it's actually a quality game...
An update of a Super Nintendo Entertainment System title, Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer is an old-school, turn-based dungeon-crawler. It's slow, intense, and unforgiving - all of which might be a turn off to gamers weaned on modern titles - but for those that appreciate old-school sensibilities, Shiren the Wanderer offers dozens of hours of slow-burning fun.
We would not be surprised if Myth Makers: Orbs of Doom came about in a board meeting brainstorming session, where someone said, “Okay, how can we trick children into shelling out twenty bucks, and then proceed to make them cry and throw their remote into the wall?” Data Design Interactive specializes in gaming trash designed to sneak money from unsuspecting wallets with the least effort invested in art, sound, programming, design,