0051 - Retro Atari Classics (E) - works perfectly 0052 - Another Code - Two Memories (E) - playable bu nice intro and fmv storyline until you reach blood edward island then the next screen becomes black and you are not able to see anything in the background and a little bit slow 0053 - Devilish (J) - works even better as last version, screens are now on right screen, appearantly and no more (almost) graphic glitches 0054 - Tiger Woods PGA Tour (E) - After you select "course" then freeze and some letters are gramble as well.
0055 - Asphalt - Urban GT (E) - black screen 0056 - Super Mario 64 DS (U) (1.1) - playable if you figure out where to use touchscreen on the botton of the screen with badly scramble 0057 - Pokemon Dash (J) - The Pokemon Company logo appears then that's it 0058 - Naruto - Saikyou Ninja Daikesshuu 3 (J) - black screen 0059 - Robots (U) - black screen 0060 - Meteos (U) - 0064 - Madden NFL 2005 (U) - Playable but you are not able to see your team in the background on the top of the screen but on the bottom of the screen is fine 0065 - Tiger Woods PGA Tour (U) - After you select "course" then freeze and some letters are gramble as well.
0003 - Yoshi Touch & Go (U) - showing Nintendo logo 0004 - Feel the Magic - XY-XX (U) - (some gfx errors when the screen go to the next screen but everything is perfectly.) 0008 - Pac-Pix (U) - black screen 0009 - Space Invaders DS (J) - playable but you cannot see anything on the top of the screen where you are 0010 - Cool 104 Joker & Setline (J) - but slow a little bit 0012 - Asphalt - Urban GT (U) - black screen 0013 - Yoshi Touch & Go (E) - flash then black screen 0014 - Pac-Pix (E) - black screen 0015 - Catch! After you register for your name, the message said "error unable to create" 0018 - Wario Ware - Touched! 0045 - The Urbz - Sims In The City (U) - black screen 0046 - Yakuman DS (J) - scramble screen 0047 - Rayman DS (U) - Intro and menu but very slow then Loading appears and that's it 0048 - Mr.
Driller - Drill Spirits (E) - , not one single error!
These articles are also important to me in a personal sense because they mark the first time I’ve ever been able to write my own definitive ‘top games’ lists, rather than contributing to collaborative lists on ONM, CVG and the like.
Because of this, there will be blatant omissions and odd decisions.
Example: To search for Pac-Man in MAME ROMs type in "pac-man", choose "ROMs/ISOs/Games" as your Section and "M.
Initially designed as a standalone system to complement the Game Boy Advance and Game Cube, the Nintendo DS would soon be seen as the Game Boy Advance’s successor, thanks to its backwards compatibility with GBA games in addition to its large library of quality Nintendo DS games.
Many gamers, feeling Nintendo was losing steam with Game Cube sales slowing to a crawl, were more focused on Sony’s upcoming handheld, the PSP.
Offering significantly better graphics and games that could pass as slightly low-res PS2 titles, the PSP was far more appealing to gamers than the DS’s N64-era visuals and its touch screen, which appeared to be no more than a gimmick.
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