Excerpt: Feel the Magic: XY/XX was a fun collection of mini-games all tied together with a bizarre love story. It was short-lived, but as a DS launch title it managed to showcase the unusual game mechanics possible on Nintendo's new handheld.
Excerpt: At launch, Feel the Magic XY/XX (or the infinitely inferiorly-named Project Rub to us Brits) was by far the best of the DS’ third party crop. That Japanese creativity and the sheer madness of helping a girl to find her lost belongings by clearing the sand away using your stylus was enough to sell...
Summary: Project Rub was a launch title with Nintendo DS when it arrived on European shores this time last year. The product of Sonic Team going a little zany after being introduced to such a unique new system, Project Rub was successful for the most part as a difficult, story-based game in a similar vein to...
Summary: As you may recall, I previously turned my baleful glare toward , a bizarre little launch title for the DS. In truth it was more of a tech demo than a game, but it was a labor of love by the venerable Sonic Team, and it was unlike anything else on the market from a stylistic standpoint.
Excerpt: Genre: Other Publisher: Sega Developer: Sonic Team Release Date: February 13, 2006 Buy 'RUB RABBITS!': NDS Carnival Delights How far would you go for the one you love? Would you fend off mechanical bulls bent on her destruction? Risk your life in a gator-infested river?
Excerpt: We all know the Nintendo DS’s launch was less than
spectacular, but Feel the Magic: XY/XX stood out from the crowd with a
unique graphic style, and even more unique gameplay. However, some
thought Feel the Magic lacked substance said it felt rushed.
Conclusion: Still, The Rub Rabbits manages to improve upon the content of the game even if the Story Mode falls a little short. Some mini-games are available that allow multiple players on one DS system with “Hullabaloo,” a button pressing game, and “Baby Making Mode” where two players must cooperate to cut a...