@gamefreak77 TWEWY and the Phoenix Wright games are on Switch, for Example. The fact that neither spirit tracks nor phantom hourglass nor starfox command nor metroid prime hunters nor jump ultimate stars even made this list shows you how stacked the ds library is. I spent hundreds of hours playing that game in the drawing mode. No Metroid Prime Hunters, but I’m more surprised by the lack of Zelda. Outside of Pokemon and the Mario & Luigi games, I haven’t really gone through many RPGs on the DS and have yet to experience one of the system’s puzzle/visual novel games.
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Still, Chrono Trigger #1 DS game, I don’t know about that. A great game and it might be the best version of the game I’ve seen short of the original , but I wouldn’t put it as representative of the "DS" experience.
- When you download a suitable emulator, then you’ll be able to finally play all of them in the most quality.
- All of them are engaging and interesting games which were at the pinnacle of success after the games console came from retail.
- We assembled that the list of the best DS ROMs which you could download using this site.
For some reason I expected to see bloody Ocarina of Time at #1, before realising it wasn’t released on DS. Which is good because my only memory of DS Zelda was repeating that damned dungeon over and over again. And Star Fox Command was one of the angriest, most immediate marches to trade in a game that I can remember. Not surprised to not see Star Fox Command on here (as I think it’s one of the weakest entries in the series, right down there with Zero, if not worse), but to not have the DS Zelda games comes as a shock. I was expecting a lot more out of Bowser’s Inside Story and the Zelda games.
I must be the only person in the world who prefers the D-pad controls of SM64DS to the original. The DSmake is a much better game all round, with unlockable characters giving a slight metroidvania to proceedings and that the abundance of touchscreen minigames that still put many mobile games to shame.
I’ve heard good things about those titles; however, it would’ve been nice if the Top 10 was more reflective of how diverse the DS library is. Turn it on even after it’s been dormant for a super paper mario game emulator year and it’ll boot right up. The best DS games are apparently remakes (Chrono Trigger, Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver.) So newer games will never be as good as the older classics.