Tagged: Kids DS games

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Save The Turtles review

After around just one year it’s clear to see that the initial promise for the Nintendo DSi hasn’t quite been met. Rather sadly almost no new games have taken advantage of the extra RAM and CPU power that the DSi features but instead we have seen one or two titles that do use the DSi cameras. At least the DSi Shop Channel which undoubtedly was reaction to the Apple App Store has actually seen some success. At the time of writing there are 180 software titles available that range in price from free to $12. Of course one great benefit...

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Nintendo DS Buying Guide for Older Kids

So you’re looking to buy your older a child a Nintendo DS this holiday? Millions of children all around the world are already delighted with their Nintendo DS and I’m sure yours would be too.  If you are planning on purchasing a DS or even just some new games for your children then stick around because I have some shopping advice for you. Nintendo DS is a great gaming system for kids aged 7 upwards all the way through to adulthood.  Not only is it simple and fun to use but it also has a very large software library that...

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Baby Life DS

Yet another Baby Simulator heads to Nintendo DS later this year, so if you’re the type of gamer who has always wanted a virtual baby or you have a teenage daughter and want to get the safe sex message home then this game could be just the ticket. With Baby Life for DS you get to skip the messy aspect of procreation and can build your own perfect 9 month old baby from various attributes with over 3 million possibilities, so don’t worry about creating a baby that looks the same as your other Baby Life playing friends. Your task...

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Baby Pals review

I went to an event for the new Baby Pals game from THQ last night. While I was there I also got a massage and had my nails done (really, they were horrid and now look very nice). Anyway, it’s best to describe the game as the equivalent of Nintendogs, or Dogz, Catz or Babiez or whatever they’ll come up with next. Basically, you choose how your baby looks by choosing how big its head is, skin tone and eye colour and then you give it a name. Of course, being 31 and not a girl under 10 I thought...