There's Final Fantasy IV for the DS, and you bet it 's gonna be HUGE. There's also a couple of sports title (both for players and managers alike), as well as action-adventure games you wouldn't want to miss. Check them out.
Final Fantasy IV - With Final Fantasy III making such a huge splash in Japan alone, it is no surprise that Square Enix would run another whole nine yards to bring back the beloved franchise back on the DS. And that's exactly what we're gonna get this week with the launch of Final Fantasy IV.
It's now in full 3D and it features new episodes to get to that storyline at a deeper level, so to speak. Character designs have also been completely redone, so we're sure that Squeenix will once again be giving us a whole new experience of an all-too familiar game.
Baseball Mogul 2009 - See for yourself what it's like to be in the team, but behind the scenes with this 11th edition of the Baseball Mogul franchise. Be smart and cunning as you iron out the kinks to get that all-star roster you want to have. This game boasts of being the most realistic baseball simulation you ban buy, so we guess there's no other way to find out but to get it yourself, eh?
Destination Software brings medieval 3D pieces for this title. As Chess is inherently an intellectual game, it doesn't mean it has to take on that serious look as well. Knight pieces really are knights riding horses, complete with lances and spears, and royalties indeed are royalties for all their blue-blood is worth. To keep the fun rolling across those checkered boards, the pieces also do get into a face-off, as we can only imagine before when "eating" up the opponent's pieces.
Fate: Undiscovered Realms - Said to be the Diablo 2 clone, brings you back to the same excitement as the first Fate installment with an all new adventure. Put your weapons and wits to good use as you face dangerous dungeons, monsters and powerful magic. Be the master of your fate.
Izuna 2: The Unemployed Ninja Returns
Izuna's sidekick has disappeared in search of her long-lost sister, and at the same time, foreign gods have come to Japanese soil. They're not that glad to have the incredulous unemployed ninja in their midst, and this she has to contend with on top of the search for her sidekick. Track em down, sister.
Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor - Brendan Fraser's back with his witty gang of tomb adventurers in their challenge to defeat the revived servants of the Chinese Dragon Emperor. New characters join the team, and the movie's also coming out next month.