Shoot, I didn't realize how many days I missed, time To catch up.
42. Trace Memory (DS)
You play as Ashley, a 13 year old who's parents vanished years ago. A few days before her 14th birthday, Ashley receives a package containing a mysterious machine and a note from her Father. Following the Notes instructions, you arrive at Blood Edward Island, and set out on a search for your Father. Along the way you encounter a variety of puzzle that take advantage of the DS' capabilities. The game has a great story, and it really showed off every feature of the DS.
41. Kirby's Dreamland (VC)
While Kirby may not have his signature copy ability, Dreamland is still a blast to play. The normal game is way too easy, but unlocking the Hard mode is where the fun really is.
40. Gabrielle's Ghostly Grooves (3DS)
Gabrielle has sneezed out her soul, and the only way to get back to her body is by dancing. The characters are wonderful, and the rhythm sequences are fun to play. By playing through the songs you earn human screams, which act as the games currency. Earn enough screams and you'll get your body back. The only problem I had with the game was the length of the dialogue. As great as the writing is, there is just so much text to read through to get to the next song.
39. Samba De Amigo (Wii)
A catchy Latin-Pop soundtrack and fun Rhythm game play make this game amazing. Even if the controls aren't 100% accurate, I still love playing it.
38. Just Dance 3 (Wii)
Holding the Wii Remote in your right hand, just follow the on screen prompts and dance along to the 45 included tracks. A variety of dance modes keep things interesting.
37. Lost Winds: Winter of the Melodias (Wiiware)
Adding to Lost Winds elemental game play, you'll unlock new wind powers as you set out to save the Summer Falls moutain Village, which is trapped in an eternal Winter. The art direction is stunning, and the controls work even better than in the fisrt game.
Warrior of Light #66
"I'm not illiterate, my parents were married!"
3DS FC: 2878 9589 2016