DS Handhelds archive
Chrono Trigger's sublime soundtrack arguably tells its classic story more effectively than its character dialogue.
In a new video, Nintendo of America's retiring president bids adieu.
Reggie is leaving after 15 years at Nintendo.
Bringing Pokemon from Gen 3 to the new games is like delivering a breech Miltank calf: You gotta twist and pull a little.
An RPG about personal tragedy, growth, and infusing your limited vocabulary with tremendous weight.
In honor of Kirby's 25th anniversary, we ranked them all. Yes, even Kirby Air Ride.
The only thing truly "new" about Nintendo's DS blockbuster was the notion that maybe classic platformers still had a place in the world, but that was enough to make a difference.
If you're expecting more than the 2006 DS remake on a bigger screen, keep in mind who's publishing this thing.
USgamer picks the best Nintendo DS games that need to show up on Wii U.
Sometimes, the journey is so pleasant you stop caring about the destination. Jeremy talks about the game he'll probably never finish no matter how long he plays it, and why that's just fine.
The service's closure puts a number of online games from as recently as 2010 at risk.
Eurogamer's Simon Parkin investigates how Level-5 got Luke and Layton together.
Investor pressure is back on Nintendo to jump into the lucrative mobile gaming marketplace.
The Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection is coming to an end. Quick, download all those Layton puzzles!
In this week's JPgamer, Pete delves into his backlog to explore one of the most interesting games on the Nintendo DS: Chunsoft's visual novel-cum-room escape adventure Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.