North America * Battle of Giants: Dinosaurs * Bratz Girlz Really Rock * Cesar Millan's Dog Whisperer * FIFA Soccer 09 * Korg DS-10 * Littlest Pet Shop: Garden * Littlest Pet Shop: Jungle * Littlest Pet Shop: Winter * Lovely Lisa * My Japanese Coach * Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2 * Prey the Stars * Rock Revolution * Smart Girl's Party Game * Tak: Mojo Mistake * Ultimate Card Games
Europe * Clever Kids: Farmyard Fun * Clever Kids: Pirates * Donkey Xote * Garfield Gets Real * International Athletics * Littlest Pet Shop: Garden * Littlest Pet Shop: Jungle * Littlest Pet Shop: Winter
Australia * Bella Sara * Exit DS * Gauntlet * History Great Empires Rome * Imagine: Champion Rider * Lego Batman * Nanostray 2 * Runaway 2: The Dream of the Turtle * Toy Shop Tycoon * Trackmania * Transformers Animated * Zero-G
Ultimate Card Games, hey? That was supposed to be a DS launch title. I'll believe it when I see it.
Wouldn't mind trying Rock Revolution.
I HAVE tried Korg-10, which is neat synthesizer software but is entirely lost on me. Neat to play with, but only worth buying for a very limited audience.
Originally posted by KJames199 * Cesar Millan's Dog Whisperer
I only bring this up because my brother worked on the PC version ...
The most hilarious thing about Tommy Dreamer is that everyone else in WWE, from Shelton Benjamin to dudes who haven't even debuted yet, has a T-shirt available. WWE doesn't even bother printing up a T-shirt for Tommy Dreamer, A MAN WHOSE GIMMICK IS WEARING A T-SHIRT WHILE WRESTLING. And why is that? Because not a god damn person would ever pay money for a Tommy Dreamer shirt. Not even his own mother. As a result he usually ends up wearing a shirt that says "WRESTLEMANIA 24" or "JUDGEMENT DAY." I think it's time for Tommy Dreamer to just print up a T-shirt that says "UPCOMING PAY PER VIEW"
Though of course I've known about the PSP's web browser since soon after I got it, I was finally able to connect to the internet with it last night and fiddle around on it. In fact the first place I went was this board.