Nintendo DS is another hugely popular handheld console which revolutionizes with two ultra bright screens, 3d graphics, touch-screen technology and wireless communication, you can challenge your friends anytime anywhere.
Here is the top Nintendo DS games for 2008 listed 1-5.
1. Mario Kart DS
Mario Kart DS will drive players new and old to distraction as they race their way around a selection of tracks, including all-new extravaganzas and time-honored classics from previous versions of the games. What's more Mario Kart DS will be the first Nintendo DS title to offer gamers online play allowing you to race anyone, anywhere, anytime for free.
Want to show off your skills? Then get excited as Mario Kart DS features both online and wireless multiplayer modes. By using the Wireless DS Single-Card Download Play feature, up to 8 players can link up with just one game card. Alternately you can battle it out online with three other players either in the comfort of your own home using your existing Wi-Fi broadband; or in the High Street either at Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Access points in store or at Nintendo Wi-Fi connection enabled public Wi-Fi hotspots. Never before has it been so easy to pick up a games console and challenge friends from all over the world for free.
2. Nintendogs Miniature Dachshund & Friends
The ultimate evolution of virtual pet: Nintendogs gives you opportunity to preen and look after a selection of cute puppies in a virtual home, with virtual currency, where you can buy toys and accessories for their enjoyment. You can clean the pups, feed them, walk them, play catch with them, and even talk to them.
Nintendogs is brimming with character. Each pup looks out from the DS touchscreen and paws longingly. You can respond to your virtual pet's need of attention by stroking the screen, using items such as balls and brushes with the aid of the stylus, and talking to your dogs through the DS's inbuilt microphone system. Impressive 3D graphics give lifelike animation to these canine wonders.
3. Animal Crossing: Wild World
Players move into a living, breathing world inside the Nintendo DS … and then invite their friends to visit from anywhere on earth. In this sequel to the wildly popular Nintendo GameCube game, players and up to three friends can hang out in the same village and interact in real time either through wireless LAN or over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Now players can visit a friend's village from thousands of miles away. The touch screen makes item management and world navigation a breeze. Typing letters and designing patterns are now just stylus strokes away. Days and seasons pass in real time, so whether players want to decorate their homes, catch bugs or fish, collect brand-new items like hats and sunglasses or just chat with the wild and wacky characters in their villages, there's always something to do.
4. Wario Ware: Touched!
Wario makes his mad debut on the Nintendo DS with 180 all-new, factory-fresh microgames! What really makes this game rock is the DS's touch control. Whether you''re slicing veggies flying through the air or ripping the clothes off a sweltering beachgoer, the touch control makes playing Wario's blazingly fast microgames incredibly simple and loads of fun! Did we only say "" touch ""? Sorry, we forgot mic control.
Yep, a karaoke-mad robot named Mike is on hand to get this party going with special mic-controlled games. For the absolutely first time in video-game history, you can blow sweet nothings into the ear of that someone special or cool off a cup of hot java. How cool is that! What are you waiting for?
5. Super Mario 64 DS
The all-time classic is back? and better than ever! Super Mario 64 DS is the perfect showcase for the power of Nintendo DS, with touch sensitive control, dual screen gameplay and slick 3D graphics. Play the complete Nintendo 64 adventure, now with all-new characters, courses, game modes and challenges. Or battle with three friends in Wireless Versus mode (the game supports Single-Card Play for downloading the game wirelessly to friends? Systems). Last, and certainly not least, you can try your hand (or your stylus) at tons of new touch-sensitive mini-games.