A sequel to the beloved Pokémon games. This game takes place years after the other games, but the concept and gameplay hasn't changed on bit. You're a new kid this time, and the goal is still the same. To be the very best.
* Is what I consider the best game in the series.
* Keeps the same great concept and gameplay from the original.
* New, cool Pokémon's.
* Twice as many GYM's.
* Other small upgrades that adds to the gaming experience.
* That my game is corrupted and destroyed.
You're a young kid who finally get's to start on his adventure as a Pokémon trainer! Will you be able to collect them all and defeat the 8 GYM's, and then take your step into the Pokémon League? This is the ultimate childhood game.
* This game is my entire childhood.
* Easy to understand, fun to play, addictive.
* Wonderful concept.
* Fantastic replay value (even if it means having to erase your previous save)
* Only able to have one save. Meaning that if you want to replay it from the start, you'll have to delete your previous save.
* Some Pokémon's are only accessible by linking to to other people. This day, that's a bit hard if you only own one game.
* This might just because I'm used to the running feature of previous games, but without the bicycle, he moves very slow.
Pokémon makes it entry into Game Boy Advance with this and Sapphire. You're a new kid who's just moved to a new town. The goal is still the same, to catch'em all and be the very best.
* Keeps the same core premise of the original game.
* New, improved and impressive graphics. It can rain and shit now.
* New Pokémon's.
* A RUN BUTTON!
* Easier to organize your Pokémon's.
* Two Pokémon's can battle at the same time.
* Other minor upgrades.
* Many of the older Pokémons are not obtainable, unless you start doing some really tricky and advanced things.
* Not possible to revisit older regions and settings.
Platformer gamer that has you to take control of Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong in the hunt for Donkey Kong's banana stash.
* I've not completed the game, but seeing as I've played many levels and have a low percentage score, I can only assume that this game features many levels.
* Bonus games and minigames.
* Three save file locations.
* Lot's of variety in layouts.
* Good gameplay
* Much fun.
* Not necessarily, but the level I'm stuck on has been frustrating me over the years. Hmpf.
* The graphics ain't too impressive. All though decent, everything considered.
The evil Mr. Dark has kidnapped the inhabitants of Rayman's land and stuffed them into tiny cages and spread them across the land. You'll have to release them all.
* This game is beautiful in the form of graphics and music.
* 60 levels with a solid range of variety in difficulty.
* Huge range in controls.
* This game is really quite the challenge. Particularly if you're, like me, not that good in hand held console games.
* Even though the controls are good, they don't feel to precise at times. Making certain things frustratingly difficult, even if it ain't really supposed to be that on those things.
In this remake of the SNES game Super Mario Bros. 3 Bowser has yet again returned to make life miserable for our favourite plumber and his beautiful princess. It seems like we've got to control Mario through intense platformer action once more.
* This gameplay has always been great. It's a perfect example of a wonderful, challenging gameplay that has stood the test of time with ease.
* Eight different world and a total of 90 levels.
* This game is a real challenge.
* It also shows that one doesn't necessarily need the most impressive graphics and visuals as long as the level design is varied, creative and challenging.
* I've always thought that the controls ain't precise enough, causing some unnecessary deaths. (or it might just be because I suck.)
The game version of the popular card game. It's in a certain sense of way the same thing as Red and Blue, except that instead of Pokémon battles, there are now Pokémon card duels.
* Uses the same, well-known graphics from the classic Pokémon games.
* A good way to play with these cards when you got no real life friends to play with.
* Easy understand rules and deck management.
* You can collect 226 different cards.
* Very short and easy to beat.
* Doesn't hold the same charm as battling in real life.
This is something as rare as a game that's based on a film that's rather good. You decide if you want to play as Aragorn, Legolas, Gandalf, Frodo or Eowyn and you portray them throughout the events of the film.
* Four saving slots, meaning you get to experience the game through four, different characters.
* Simple, enjoyable hack-and-slash.
* Good graphics.
* Hack-and-slash can get a bit repetitive.
There are few video games that are based off on other mediums that are actually good. This is however also good game in that genre. You're basically choosing to be one character and play your way through the events in the film..
* Simple, fun hack-and-slash game.
* Four saving slots, meaning that you can play as four characters.
* Different levels for each character.
* Good graphics.
* At times, there's easy to get stuck on some of the details. Meaning that you'll have to find a way to nudge yourself out.
* Simple fighting does get a bit tiresome eventually.
* Basically the same game as The Two Towers.
Harry Potter returns for another year at Hogwarts, this time in the style of RPG. This time you play as Harry, as usual, but you can also take role of Ron and Hermione.
* Provides a much welcome change of setting. While still offering much of the repetitive push and shove puzzles, the RPG style of the game is an interesting choice.
* The game follows the story of the book and film closely.
* You can actually avoid those annoying random battles that pester many RPG games.
* Three save slots.
* There's something wrong with my game. Two times, I've had my saved files suddenly deleted.
* The game is ridiculously easy.
* It still gets very repetitive.
The Sims have always been one of my favourite PC games when I was younger. So to check out the handheld version of it, was a must. You play as one character who makes its way through life, doing tasks for others and stuff.
* You take direct control of your Sim by using the control pad.
* The game offers some variety in the form of minigames. One can for instance serve drinks at a bar.
* Many different tasks to perform.
* The game follows a straightforward story, opposed to the PC games.
* Doesn't really feel like a Sims game.
* The Sims element that requires one do basic things such as going to the toilet or eat is annoying this game. Seeing as you can't continue with what you're doing, unless you run (or drive) all the way back to your house (or some other place) to eat, sleep, take a shower etc. It's frustrating.
* Socializing with the other Sims is dull.
* The map is unclear.
* Some Sims are nearly impossible to find when you really need to find them.
* You can not have your female Sim kiss another female Sim.
Seeing as everything about this young wizard is hugely popular, one couldn't avoid a Game Boy Advance game of it. You take the role as Harry Potter as you play out the events that happens in the book and film.
* Sound and graphics are good.
* Three save slots.
* The images are lacking a bit depth.
* Just played a little bit and the gameplay is annoyingly repetitive. All you do is push and shove things. I'm tired of it already.
* The controls are a bit clunky. It's hard to aim your spells and it's ridiculously easy to fall into holes.
* Few chances to save.
You play as Timon and Pumba in this game that's based on Disney's direct-to-video spin-off film. So you change between paying those two wild animals as they travel across the land, experiencing the adventures from the film.
* The graphics and colours suit the game.
* Split into three type of levels. You either control Timon or Pumba, you control both of them or Timon sits on top of Pumba as he runs fast.
* So incredibly easy that I pretty much lost interest. I know I'm not a little kid, who this game is suited for, but I doubt anyone will find any form for challenge in this game.
You assume the role as Buzz Lightyear, the legendary space toy and your mission is to save Woody from being snatched by some evil collector.
* Collecting every coin in order to unlock special levels is quite challenging.
* Platformer games like this have been done so much more enjoyable previously.
* The game and controls is naturally limited by the system, but having the jump and run ability on the same button makes certain things in this game frustrating. There is for instance impossible to jump over quickly moving objects.
* It's just so uninteresting. Can't really see why anyone would bother playing.
Using the appeal of the English football star David Beckham in a soccer arcade game to try and get people who can't play FIFA for some reason.
* Decent bio of Beckham.
* Laughable, poor graphics that looks like a very early Game Boy Color game.
* No challenge. The AI is so stupid that one can win 15-0 at their first try.
* Basically no sound.
* No save feature.
* No variation in the matches.
* Poor controls
* Awkward change of name on several well-known players.