Like the tiniest hint of an iceberg's white tip, love is but a symptom of something bigger to come.Sometimes reality can get in the way of a solid, down-to-Earth, real world romance. Pack your bag and run away in style with this couple of chic lovers. Stay trendy and look cute in lots of modern clothes. Lovely Susan couldn't possibly get ready for the prom on time: her room is a mess and her mom has asked her to clean it up and tidy up before she leaves for the prom ball, and she still hasn't yet ...Even young couples can have hundreds of thousands of memories to they've shared.These young lovers have gone on countless adventures and explored wild lands on vacation, but it doesn't matter whe...Portrait of Ruin was the second to debut on the dual-screened system, and it made its mark by doubling your playable heroes – whip-wielding Jonathan Morris and magic-master Charlotte Aulin quested through the haunted manor together as you switched between controlling both to take down obstacles one hero alone could never overcome.
Legendary game designer Koji Igarashi and his team of fellow creators at Konami refined Castlevania action and exploration into a science on Nintendo's GBA, then brought three more incredible Dracula-hunting quests to series fans on the DS.
She constantly wears earphones and has an attitude that keeps people away from her.
Rinko's attitude stems from her feeling alienated and unwanted in her home after her father remarried, bringing a new mother and younger brother into the house.
Eight years, four hardware versions and millions of sales later, Nintendo's DS has proven itself as one of the most important and impactful video game systems ever released. Traveling back in time to capture a T-Rex, then riding it back to the future to eat robot zombies.
Once thought to be just a gimmick with its two separate displays, clamshell design and touch screen interface, the oddity of DS debuted as a "third pillar" for Nintendo but went on to dethrone the company's titanic Game Boy brand and claim the handheld market for its own. Scribblenauts, the game that let you summon into existence anything you could imagine, captivated everyone at E3 2009 and earned our Best of Show award, the only time a DS title managed that feat.