Imagine ds games. The 25 best DS games of all time

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Imagine ds games

Image credit: Nintendo New Super Mario Bros. To give you a better idea of exactly what games you should be looking to pick up, we've put together this list of what we think are the best titles out there. You'll find both familiar enemies, and new ones, and you can even link wirelessly with your friends to play as Mario and Luigi in a multiplayer mode. Sweating buckets trying to kill an infection, gritting teeth as you sew a patient back up, freezing in tension while trying to mend a broken bone. Best of all, each game comes with a fictional backstory told through a series of made-up articles that read exactly like game magazines of the '80s and '90s. Picross short for Picture Crossword adapted the Japanese creation of nonograms into a treasured series of games.

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Rather than just dangling a shiny object in front of us, Super Scribblenauts made you work for it by meeting certain conditions; getting a lion to fall asleep, for example, or waking up an astronaut so they could put out a fire. Speaking of classic games series, we would be remiss to not include at least one Mario game. Hunters doesn't just feature an awesome story — nothing was worse than Metroid: Other M, right? Not only that, but Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 aren't just minor updates over Black and White — they're a new addition to the series, allowing for exploration of the Unova region. Picross 3D Years ago Nintendo implemented a clever new way to combine aspects of both Sudoku and crossword puzzles into its unique brainteaser. Imagine® Fashion Designer Take challenges to create unique outfits for A-listers all over the world and share them with your friends. If any game proves that Mario is still relevant, it's this one.

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While Grimoire of the Rift didn't re-write the formula for the Tactics series, it did add several classes and features that greatly enhanced an already great franchise. It's a formula that never feels old, even now, 10 years after its release. In the game, you and up to three of your friends from anywhere in the world can hang out in the same village and interact in real time. In Partners in Time, Mario and Luigi partner up with none other than their younger selves. In between battles, you'll equip characters with new weapons and skills the former begets the latter and take on side-quests and new characters. Image credit: Nintendo The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass While Spirit Tracks is arguably a better game, Phantom Hourglass is its enjoyable predecessor filled with familiar features and well-worn gameplay.

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If nothing else, Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 does an incredible job of conveying the agonizing pressure of being a surgeon while also being an incredibly fun game. Special note also goes to Yoko Shimomura's lovely score. Image credit: Nintendo The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Spirit Tracks sends our hero Link on a brand-new adventure, offering a totally new story with more puzzles, and so on. Super Scribblenauts The first was an idea we absolutely loved. However, this game takes serious risks with the formula, concocting an original and thorny experience. Fortunately, the script is good enough to stand on its own.

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Everything else about Phantom Hourglass is classic Zelda but a little different. Man those are some good tunes. The sharper puzzle focus made Super Scribblenauts infinitely more interesting than its predecessor, and kept us fascinated even after we'd gotten bored of the game's real draw: experimenting with bizarre objects on the title screen. As the game stretches on, you'll find yourself wishing that it never stopped. Combat is turn-based and deeply cerebral as you attempt to out-maneuver and overpower your enemy. For its intense single-player campaign, and potentially friendship-ruining head-to-head gameplay, Dual Strike is one battle we could fight all day long.

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Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 does everything it can to prove that you are not fit to be a surgeon. Soma Cruz gets entangled in the plans and must now find a way to stop the resurrection from happening. The game gets a little out of control but, in this case, that's a good thing. You can also hang out in your friends' villages. Each comes with a quartet of goals to achieve before moving on to the next, though each is substantial enough to keep you playing well after those challenges are met. Perform well enough on both battlefields, and you could perform the eponymous Dual Strike, allowing you to take two turns back-to-back, often with devastating results to the enemy. Eventually, he uncovers a plan to destroy the world and has to race the clock in order to save it.

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