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  • Infinite Space

    If lots of aimless wandering sound tolerable to you, Infinite Space might be right up your alley

  • WarioWare D.I.Y.

    Aside from dozens and dozens of ready-made single player games, there's plenty of music and artwork to mess around with

  • Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver

    Normally, a remake is nothing more than a cheap attempt to recycle past content for profit

  • Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

    Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey offers a refreshingly thoughtful experience compared to most Japanese RPG plots

  • Ragnarok DS

    Ragnarok DS completely ditches the online focus in favour of a plodding solo campaign about a bratty kid who loses his parents and sets out to become a grand adventurer

  • Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth

    Miles Edgeworth is worth picking up if you're an Ace Attorney fan, as the cameos are delightful

  • Sands of Destruction

    In Sands of Destruction, the medieval world is ruled by an anthropomorphic race of animals called "Ferals" who subjugate human beings as slaves

  • Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes

    If you stripped out Clash of Heroes' combat, you would be left with a fairly simplistic RPG

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Arcade Attack

    If Arcade Attack is any indication, the turtles have lost whatever magic they used to possess

  • A Witch's Tale

    This game follows a young witch-in-training named Liddell who accidentally releases a powerful evil while trying to obtain legendary magic

  • Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky

    Explorers of the Sky proves one thing: Pokemon's a fantastic classic RPG, but it still doesn't work as a dungeon crawler.

  • Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story

    Mario's reptilian nemesis finally gets his due

  • SouthPeak Interactive Ninjatown

    Adorable ninjas!

  • Majesco Air Traffic Chaos

    Air Traffic Chaos is the newest in a line of popular "tycoon" job related simulations -- this time placing the player in an airport watchtower, guiding incoming and outgoing flights to their final destinations.

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