CelJaded's rediscovery of the Nintendo DS library continues with a look at Ubisoft's kid-friendly 'Giants franchise.
Clear as crystal.
Something a bit different this week as CelJaded reviews an old Marvel movie tie-in for the Nintendo DS.
Curiouser and curiouser.
A contemporary review of Professor Layton's first sequel for Nintendo DS.
CelJaded's thinky new series begins with a review of Professor Layton and the Curious Village.
Here comes Justice!
"The only time a lawyer can cry is when it’s all over."
A new blog series examining the Ace Attorney franchise begins here! Part #1 features the game that started it all.
A look at id Software's lesser-known Nintendo DS port, Orcs & Elves.
An empire falls.
An underwhelming game for an incredibly whelming acronym.
Rediscover the Nintendo DS library through a series of contemporary reviews and retrospectives. Up first is one of the handheld's genuine classics, Elite Beat Agents.
A year-long retrospective comes to an end in this concluding look at Dark Souls II.
"You, approaching Eleum Loyce, turn back. The old Chaos hungers still."
"This child of Dark, bearing inconceivable strength, found herself in a kingless land devoid of souls ..."
"The King erected a magnificent city, and the dragon slept soundly ..."
"Brave Undead, you have proven yourself to me. Now, be one, with the Dark …"