Up until now, the primary aim of the Harvest Moon series has been to live the best life possible. Plant seeds, water them daily at the crack of dawn and slowly build your quaint garden into a cash-cow. Then, you literally buy the cow, plus some chickens and even better crops. All this to catch the eye of whichever pretty lady strikes your fancy.
With Harvest Moon DS, you have the option of ignoring all that. Now there's a Witch Princess to consider, and to bag her you've got to neglect your
Farming may be dying as an industry, but as a video game career it’s thriving. Farming games must strike some evolutionary nerve regarding the need to grow food. And Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns promises yet another million tons of fake crops...
Good news, bad news time. Ready? If you're an old school fan of Square's Secret of Mana series (Seiken Densetsu in Japan and officially now World of Mana in the US), you're about to be blessed with not one new Mana game, but two. Considering how few titles in the beloved action-RPG franchise have actually reached our shores, this is obviously exciting. So, what's the other, potentially less good news? Heroes of Mana for Nintendo DS isn't an action-RPG at all... it's a real-time strategy
Ever since Super Mario Kart made the genre, gamers have been slowly choking on the mammoth amount of mascot kart racing games. Everyone from the Smurfs, Buzz Lightyear and even the Burger King have graced us with driving around in tiny cars. But even with all this history of cheesy go-karts driven by toys, no game has ever starred dolls you can buy in the lobby of Wal-Mart for 25 cents.Breaking that barrier is Homie Rollerz, a game that
Dec 17, 2007
First up, we have Homie Rollerz for the DS. This might look like Mario Kart goes to the ghetto, but for fans of Dave Gonzaless original creations, this is an awesome opportunity to play as one of your all-time favorite Homies. Gonzales has even helped out with the development, providing authentic dialogue and an all-new Homie - Wizard - out to grant the wish of the low-rider racer brave enough to win The Wizard Circuit. Look for this colorful little game sometime in February