North America - Alvin and the Chipmunks - American Girl: Julie Finds a Way - Draglade - The Golden Compass - Left Brain Right Brain - Strawberry Shortcake: The Four Seasons Cake - Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2008
Europe - Alvin and the Chipmunks - Barbie as The Island Princess - Hot Wheels: Beat That! - Myst - Ultimate Mortal Kombat - Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command
Japan - Arkanoid DS - Boku to Sim no Machi: Resort ni Genki o Torimodosou! - Gintama Gin-Oh Quest: Gin-san ga Tenshoku shitari Sekai wo Sukuttari - Haneru no Tobira DS: Tanshuku Tetsudou no Yoru - Juushinden: Ultimate Beast Battlers - K-1 World GP - Kokoro wo Yasumeru Otona no Nurie DS 2 - Maru Kaite DonDon Oboeru: Kyoui no Tsugawa Shiki Kanji Kioku Jutsu - Kiso Gakushuu Hen - Nep League DS - Pororon! Dokomodake DS - Power Pro Kun Pocket 10 - Tales of Innocence - Tomodachi Tsukurou! Mahou no Koukan Nikki - Yozemi no Center Shoujun Series: Eigo Hen
Australia - Bee Movie - Mario Party DS - Paint by DS - Steel Horizon
While the DS is ok, it's amazing to me how it continues to sell like crazy. I was just reading the latest sales figures and they are saying that for the Thanksgiving week they sold a new record of over 600,000 DS systems. Jesus.
Was also amused that last week Sony was bragging about how they almost tripled their sales in the month of November and how clearly they were gaining ground on the 360 and Wii. Now we find out that, duh, all system sales went crazy in November and Sony was still outsold 2:1 by the 360 and worse by the Wii.
I'd say the roster cut-off was somewhere between WrestleMania 22 and Backlash/Judgment Day. As Umaga and Kahli debuted days after WM22. Also all the wrestlers and commentators have to record voices for the game's season mode.