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  • Pokemon White Version 2 is the stunning sequel to Pokemon White Version, returning you to the Unova region for more Pokemon fun on to the Nintendo DS family of systems. Along with companion title Pokemon Black Version 2, it can also be played in 2D on the Nintendo 3D. This adventure sees you return to the Unova region two years after the events of Pokemon Black Version and Pokemon White Version. Starting in Aspertia City, in the far southwest corner, you'll soon learn how much has changed in the region, including some extraordinary new places and people for you to discover. On top of this, many of the characters you met in Pokemon Black Version and Pokemon White Version have taken on new roles when your paths cross again. The mysterious new Pokemon in this game is the White Kyurem. Little is known about this enigmatic Pokemon, except that it's a Dragon- and Ice-type Pokemon with a devastating Ice-type attack, one that's more powerful than than Zekrom's Fusion Bolt or Reshiram's Fusion Flare! In Pokemon Black Version 2 and Pokemon White Version 2, players will also be able to catch some of their Pokemon from outside the Unova region such as Eevee, Riolu, Tyranitar, Arcanine and Mareepe right from the start of the game.

    Age from 3 years.

  • Sonic Classic Collection gathers together the first four Sonic The Hedgehog adventures - Sonic The Hedgehog, Sonic The Hedgehog 2, Sonic The Hedgehog 3 and Sonic and Knuckles - introducing some of the most influential Sonic titles to a whole new generation of gamers exclusively for the DS. Sonic Classic Collection allows fans both old and new to speed through the much loved zones of the four original Mega Drive adventures, in a bid to collect the chaos emeralds and save the world. Optimised to take full advantage of the Nintendo DS system, Sonic Classic Collection features a new save anywhere feature, a first in this original series, meaning that the games can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime! Gamers will also be given the chance to expand their knowledge with a wealth of extras including video and collectable pictures that are sure to be fan favourites.

    Age from 3 years.

  • Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park, invites players to restore the legendary Moshi theme park to its former glory.

    Players progressively unlock six zones by successfully building attractions and rescuing the scattered Moshlings (adorable, itty bitty pets for your pet monster). Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park introduces players to a brand new, exclusive Moshling that can transfer across platforms to the online world.

    Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park will connect fans across the online and handheld platforms through exclusive codes and promotions, designed to increase engagement in new and exciting ways. Fans will uncover secret codes online at MoshiMonsters.com, which will unlock special areas and content on the Nintendo DS.

    Age from 3 years.

  • Pokemon Black Version 2 is the stunning sequel to Pokemon Black Version, returning you to the Unova region for more Pokemon fun on to the Nintendo DS family of systems. Along with companion title Pokemon White Version 2, it can also be played in 2D on the Nintendo 3D. This adventure sees you return to the Unova region two years after the events of Pokemon Black Version and Pokemon White Version. Starting in Aspertia City, in the far southwest corner, you'll soon learn how much has changed in the region, including some extraordinary new places and people for you to discover. On top of this, many of the characters you met in Pokemon Black Version and Pokemon White Version have taken on new roles when your paths cross again. The mysterious new Pokemon in this game is the Black Kyurem. Little is known about this enigmatic Pokemon, except that it's a Dragon- and Ice-type Pokemon with a devastating Ice-type attack, one that's more powerful than than Zekrom's Fusion Bolt or Reshiram's Fusion Flare! In Pokemon Black Version 2 and Pokemon White Version 2, players will also be able to catch some of their Pokemon from outside the Unova region such as Eevee, Riolu, Tyranitar, Arcanine and Mareep right from the start of the game.

    Age from 3 years.

  • Battle Bowser's henchmen to rescue Princess Peach and save the day in New Super Mario Bros for Nintendo DS.

    This brilliant platform adventure is bursting with all the fun and charm of the original Super Mario games with beautifully updated graphics for an even more immersive experience which fans both young and old will find impossible to put down.

    The power of the DS is used to super effect in this fast-paced adventure as you steer Mario across fields, under water, around castles and through the air in 80 action packed levels.

    The challenges remain as tough as ever, especially tracking down the 240 Star Coins which open up paths on 8 amazing world maps, and you can play single player or with a friend using a wireless connection to add to the fun.

    Useful info:

    • New Super Mario Bros
    • 2 player fun as Mario and Luigi
    • 3 great new power ups
    • 80 fun levels over 8 worlds
    • Suitable for age 3 and above
  • This new instalment still features the animated charm and hand-drawn art that has featured in the previous Professor Layton titles, as well as lots of brand new content. Brand-new mini games and all-new episodes can be unlocked as you progress through the game. Each episode offers you a glimpse into the life of some of the interesting characters that you meet while solving the case.

    As well as guiding Layton through this captivating new storyline, you can also get to grips with three new mini games. Lay a train track for a small model train to pass through all the stations and reach the goal, or juggle verbs to get the right performance on stage. The third new mini game involves you guiding a fish around an obstacle course to collect golden coins.

    However, if you are new to the series, this is the perfect time to join the millions of existing players across Europe, so be sure that Professor Layton and the Spectre's Call is at the top of your Christmas wish list this festive season.

    Professor Layton and the Spectres Call on Nintendo DS Features:

    Over 200 new puzzles to solve
    Fourth instalment in the popular Layton series, and a prequel to the first game, which shows the player how Layton met his young apprentice, Luke.
    New puzzles to enjoy; all puzzles use the Touch Screen.

    Age from 7 years.

  • Ready to get wet, wild and wooly? Team up with your favourite Ice Age characters in a continental competition of glacial proportions! Battle for treasure with the Herd and the Pirates in their craziest adventure yet!

    • Hop, Smash and Dash in 10 wild arctic events including Glacier Hopping, the Prehistoric Plumber, bob-Smashing and Coconut Slingshot!
    • Battle for Prehistoric Plunder and win gold, silver and bronze acorns!
    • Climb to the top of the leaderboard as you challenge your friends in fast-paced multi-player action!
    • Test your skills in multiple modes including Story Mode and Free Play designed to test even the most skilled arctic athletes!
    • Age from 3 years.

  • Rebuild the five castles of Nevernear in this amazing Match 3 adventure. Match dazzling gems across 100 inventive levels in search of keys, potions, and more. Use portals, call on wizards, learn spells, and plant magical gardens to ward off evil. Play fantastic Hidden Object and Puzzle mini-games throughout the journey. Enjoy a beautiful soundtrack along with bonus wallpapers.

    Age from 3 years.

  • Club Penguin comes to the DS, with the chance to join the Elite Penguin Force and take part in secret agent missions in both new and familiar locations. The online Club Penguin world is already the most popular social networking site for kids and this portable game is the first to directly link to it. Age from 3 years.
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