Summary: It’s quite unfortunate that the developers could not foresee such an issue with the constant swirling of the stylus, not to mention any unforeseen consequences one might have with the delicate DS touch screen after scribbling on it for the couple hours it takes in order to complete
Pros: Intriguing storyline., Interesting premise., Fun and colorful graphics.
Cons: You have to make endless circles with your wrists, resulting in pain that lingers long after you start playing., Terrible camera angles., Not much replay value if you manage to finish it.
Summary: Tornado lets players join forces with Toki and the other members of the Cosmic Cleaners as they set out to restore all of Earth's buildings, vehicles, inhabitants and other obscure objects that have been stolen by the envious Prince using his mischievous "Black Hole Device.
Summary: If it's one thing Nintendo's consoles have done this generation it's that they've helped to push new ideas of gameplay through different control methods, and some have even shown signs of success.
Excerpt: Tornado on the DS absolutely knackered my wrist, to the point where I had to put the DS down and stop playing after about 10 minutes. The fact that I wanted to stop playing anyway, on account of Tornado being frustrating and tiresome is beside the point.
Excerpt: In the game Tornado , Earth's contents have been sucked up by an alien force. Houses, sled dogs, icebergs, and entire nations have vanished into a black hole and now the only way they can all be returned is if a group of critters known as Cosmic Cleaners can turn into ferocious wind storms and blow...