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Goldeneye DS is impressive, but it chugs like a thirsty Australian. On the DS you're doing well if you can manage it in five times that, and changing games will double the time again, whereas with i OS it adds an extra 0.1 seconds to press the Home button.
Activision's reboot of one of the greatest first-person shooters of all time commendably takes the moral high ground on DS, by trying to port the Wii game properly rather than making some weak unrelated 2D spinoff as has traditionally been the case. People often criticise the i Pod Touch and the older i Phones for their battery life, but they forget that they're always on and ready to go, in a way the DS and PSP aren't. The DS version has been a long time coming (it was first announced way back in 2007), but it's brilliant. How in the name of Sweet Zombie Jesus do you manage to make a match-three game take up over a gigabyte?
It's awesome, as all You Don't Know Jack games are. Not having a built-in hardware screenshot function sucks.
Why is there no You Don't Know Jack game for i OS yet? You have no idea how many times I got to something I wanted to take a picture of for this piece, reached for the Home and power buttons, then remembered they weren't there.
I found out some things, and have written them down here because I'm old and I forget stuff. Since 2009 the DS has been the sole property of pre-teen girls.("Put up your hair, choose your lipstick color and dress yourself in your favourite uniform! Quite the aspirational rollcall for tomorrow's young women, isn't it?You could have the chance to serve a famous person in first class! But lest you fear I'm exaggerating, that's barely the tip of the iceberg. On loading up Pang: Magical Michael (if you're wondering, it's Pang again), it was hard to escape the memory of the horribly uncontrollable i OS version of Pang.We've listed just two of them, but there are over 30 distinct games in the Imagine series alone, ranging all the way from Cheerleader and Babysitter to Makeup Artist, Salon Stylist and Happy Cooking. For all I know they might all be fantastic games, of course. But terrible virtual controls are the exception rather than the rule nowadays, with even fast-action precision platformers like League Of Evil and Ready Action!