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A dark DS port in more ways than one, the second CSI adventure makes a solid case for itself on Nintendo's handheld.
This DS port of the first Ankh adventure is indeed cursed with a host of showstopping bugs and poor design decisions.
The DS "action-adventure" with switchable characters offers little of either and not much character of its own.
Between monkeying around in this re-return to Jules Verne's classic island, there's more than the heroine's survival at stake.
Does size really matter? Two popular PC adventures arrive on the DS, so find out if these ports measure up.
The spiritual DS successor to Shadow of Destiny comes up a bit empty on gameplay, but its storyline makes it well worth your time.
This Hunter won't become the hunted, as anyone considering a purchase should "think" twice.
King's Quest VI is a love story for the ages, as the prince of Daventry seeks romance and Sierra finally delivers the game that everyone can fondly embrace.
A questionable DS sequel shows a slick stylistic touch, but will probably leave players feeling a little flat.
KQV's technical achievements speak for themselves, but the gameplay will leave many not giving a hoot.
The new "interactive novel" for the DS looks to turn the adventure genre on its side, but comes with a few reservations.
Leopold McGinnis' novel tribute to the legacy of Sierra proves to be a real page-turner.
The newest DS adventure is now at hand, but success slips through its childlike fingers.
With Sierra back in the limelight, Flashback Friday returns teary-eyed to the classic King's Quest series.
AG goes behind the scenes for the latest on Aquarica, Sinking Island, and a reflection on Paradise.