The game represents a new generation of Mario that stays true to the classic side-scrolling concept of the original Super Mario Bros. Disney's A Christmas Carol. Only Japan got to experience the quirky, sing-songy, pressing-buttons-to-the-beat action of Rhythm Tengoku on the Game Boy Advance, but that title did so well in Nintendo's home territory that this DS sequel was given the greenlight around the globe. Barbie as the Island Princess. Dual Strike mixed smart rock-paper-scissors-esque combat with the brutal backdrop og an on-going war. Page 1 of 3:
If you're not a fan of linearity then this isn't a game for you but if you can get a kick out of a game that's actually almost like an interactive book then this is one you shouldn't miss.
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The game's level design and puzzles are brilliant, using the multiple Kirby idea to its full potential. Doki Doki Majo Shinpan! Back at the Barnyard: While there are generations upon generations of Pokemon games out there, the latest ones are, for good reason, the greatest, building upon the original games and adding their own awesome features. Disney's That's So Raven: It's a weird hybrid to be sure, yet somehow in practice it makes perfect sense.