Excerpt: There’s never been a game even remotely like Feel the Magic before, and I’ll kind of be surprised if there ever is again. As stylized and esoteric as it gets, Feel the Magic is a showcase for the unique abilities of the DS hardware fit into a premise of impressing the girl of your dreams by participating in various minigame performances.
Excerpt: Feel the Magic was one of the first games available at the Nintendo DS launch. It is the story of a guy who walks by a pretty lady and is immediately attracted to her. He will do almost anything to get close to her, and joins a performing arts group called the \'Rub Rabbits\'. This game is a rather silly look at what it took for him to \'get the girl\'...
Excerpt: Known in Japan as “Kimi no Tame Nara Shineru” (I Would Die For You), Feel the Magic: XY/XX is essentially a mishmash of mini-games comparable to Wario Ware Touched!, with one important difference, this game has a storyline. However, this game is probably the greatest showcases of the DS’s touch screen. In fact, the game doesn’t even use the D-Pad or standard controls, it’s played entirely through the touch screen and in some cases, the microphone.
Excerpt: Feel the Magic XY/XX is very, interesting, to say the least. It features an all-stylus gameplay, which explains why it was known as Ã¢â‚¬Å“Project RubÃ¢â‚¬?, before its release. The game starts with a silhouetted figure with orange shorts and a blue biking helmet (you, the first person), walking down the street when you see a cute girl.
Excerpt: Ah, the single life. There’s something strangely endearing about being free of a relationship. No hassles or emotional hang-ups need apply. You live through each day with the contentment of being single and quiet desperation of longing for someone to love. Sure, you’ve got your games, your books, and your movies to keep you occupied. But cooking for an empty household every night can make a person go mad with loneliness after a while.