Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2, Kirby Mass Attack, and Jewel Time Deluxe
This week we have a lot of great games coming out from long standing series, including a new Kirby and Dragon Quest games. Even better, all these games are coming out for the handheld, so you can take them on the go and play anywhere!
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 is not a traditional Dragon Quest game. Rather than playing as a hero, you actually get to play as one of the "monsters" that you typically stomp in the main series! Explore dangerous areas and tame wild monsters so that you can use up to three of them at once in a battle. Monsters include the adorable and cartoonish slimes. Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 also features Wi-Fi support and you can battle directly against other players!
Kirby Mass Attack
If you had always wanted more Kirbys, Nintendo has made your dreams come true! Kirby Mass Attack is a little different than your typical Kirby game. Instead of inhaling your enemies and taking their powers, Kirby has been hit by a mischevious magic that split him into ten weaker Kirbys. This game is played entirely with the stylus and touch screen. Command and guide the Kirbys through the levels and restore peace and order to Popstar. There are also lots of fun mini-games to unlock along the way, such as pinball and whack-a-mole.
Jewel Time Deluxe
If you like Bejewled, Jewel Time Deluxe will seem familiar to you. However, looks can be deceiving as Jewel Time Deluxe includes six different game modes, mixing the familiar with some new and interesting game play modes. As the name implies, time plays a huge factor in many of these modes, as you'll find yourself under pressure to match three before time runs out.
Have Your Say
So, what do you think about this week's games? Are there any games that you are looking forward to playing in the future? Share your thoughts and see what other people think in the comments below!
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