Summary: I had geometry Wars Evolved 2 on the Xbox 360 and i must say, while my favorite level from it, pacifism, isnt in this version, this is an extremely fun and addictive game. it takes a bit of getting use to using the touch screen to shoot if your use to other console versions or PC. But this is a very fun game and for the price I paid for it through the seller, New Hampshire Wholesalers, for 5 bucks was a steal.
Summary: I just received the game today,the shipping was amazing it came 3 days earlier than expected. The packaging was great, and the game itself was too. Overall i am very pleased and excited with my purchase, Great game and a great buy..
Summary: Just a FYI... this is the UK version of the game! I just ordered it and received the UK version and after talking to Amazon on the phone, this is the only seller selling this game so it's either UK or nothing. However, the Nintendo DS is region free so it should play perfectly fine. As for the game itself... it's very fun. There are tons of levels so you'll never get bored.
Summary: I think this Nintendo DS version of Geometry Wars is the best one available. Sure, it started on the XBox 360, and you can get the Wii and PC versions, but this version is truly the best. It has multiple levels, unlike other versions. The stylus control along with the D-pad are a natural way of controlling the game (much better than analog controls on the Xbox). I can't recommend this high enough.
Summary: This is my favorite game for the NDS. The whole concept appeals to my nostalgic fondness for vector-type arcade games of the 70s. While it uses what I believe are sprites to generate moving objects, you'll be pleasantly impressed with the look of the objects and playfield. You command a ship and target various objects which spawn. These objects have different degrees of smart targeting.
Summary: This was one of the 1st games I bought on the DS and I loved it. It's a fast pace, keep you on your toes shooter. You can also get extra play if you have the Wii and Geometry Wars for the Wii. You can unlock an extra area on the DS.