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  1. Version 1.1

    3,079 downloads

    details found here http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/topic/13030-nintendo-ds-carts/
  2. Nintendo DS - Castlevania - Dawn of Sorrow (USA)-klopjero(20170406) View File Nintendo DS - Castlevania - Dawn of Sorrow (USA)-klopjero(20170406) Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, known in Japan as Akumajō Dracula: Sōgetsu no Jūjika (悪魔城ドラキュラ 蒼月の十字架?, literally Devil's Castle Dracula: Cross of the Blue Moon),[2] is an action-adventure game developed and published by Konami. It is part of Konami's Castlevania video game series and the first Castlevania game to be released on the Nintendo DS. The game is the sequel to Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow and incorporates many elements from its predecessor. Dawn of Sorrow was commercially successful, selling more than 15,000 units in its first week in Japan and 164,000 units in the United States three months after its initial release.[3][4] Dawn of Sorrow continues the story of Aria of Sorrow, in which Dracula has been completely defeated, and his powers assumed by his reincarnation, Soma Cruz. With the help of his allies, Soma avoids becoming the new dark lord. A cult forms to bring forth a new dark lord by killing Soma. Soma and his allies move to ensure that a new dark lord is not created. Dawn of Sorrow incorporates many features from previous Castlevania games: the combination of elements from platform games and role-playing video games, the "Tactical Soul" system featured in Aria of Sorrow, and a dark, gothic atmosphere.[5][6] Dawn of Sorrow also introduces new gameplay elements, such as the "Magic Seal" system, which requires the use of the DS stylus to draw a pattern in order to defeat powerful enemies,[5] a distinctive anime character design,[7] and a multiplayer mode, where two players compete for fastest times on a prerendered level.[6] The game received high scores from many video game publications, and was considered one of the best games on the Nintendo DS for 2005. The game was re-released in Japan on June 29, 2006 and later in North America during 2007 as part of the "Konami the Best" line.[1] Submitter klopjero Submitted 04/06/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  3. Nintendo DS - Akumajou Dracula Ubawareta Kokuin (Japan)-klopjero(20170402) View File Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, known in Japan as Akumajō Dracula: Ubawareta Kokuin (悪魔城ドラキュラ 奪われた刻印?, lit. Devil's Castle Dracula: The Stolen Seal),[5] is a platform-adventure game and the third Nintendo DS installment of the Castlevania franchise. Directed by Akihiro Minakata, with long time producer Koji Igarashi returning. The plot involves Shanoa, who is part of an organization set to defeat Dracula after the Belmont clan has vanished. Database entry: <game name="Akumajou Dracula Ubawareta Kokuin (Japan)" index="true" image="A"> <description>Akumajou Dracula Ubawareta Kokuin</description> <cloneof></cloneof> <crc></crc> <manufacturer></manufacturer> <year></year> <genre></genre> <rating>Other - NR (Not Rated)</rating> <enabled>Yes</enabled> </game> Submitter klopjero Submitted 04/06/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  4. Nintendo DS - Castlevania - Order of Ecclesia (USA) (En,Fr)-klopjero(20170402) View File Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, known in Japan as Akumajō Dracula: Ubawareta Kokuin (悪魔城ドラキュラ 奪われた刻印?, lit. Devil's Castle Dracula: The Stolen Seal),[5] is a platform-adventure game and the third Nintendo DS installment of the Castlevania franchise. Directed by Akihiro Minakata, with long time producer Koji Igarashi returning. The plot involves Shanoa, who is part of an organization set to defeat Dracula after the Belmont clan has vanished. Submitter klopjero Submitted 04/06/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  5. Nintendo DS - Akumajou Dracula - Gallery of Labyrinth (Japan) View File Nintendo DS - Akumajou Dracula - Gallery of Labyrinth (Japan) Database: <game name="Akumajou Dracula - Gallery of Labyrinth (Japan)" index="" image=""> <description>Akumajou Dracula - Gallery of Labyrinth</description> <cloneof></cloneof> <crc></crc> <manufacturer>Konami</manufacturer> <year>2006</year> <genre></genre> <rating>Other - NR (Not Rated)</rating> <enabled>Yes</enabled> ----------- Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, known in Japan as Akumajō Dracula: Gallery of Labyrinth (悪魔城ドラキュラ ギャラリー・オブ・ラビリンス?, translated Devil's Castle Dracula: Gallery of Labyrinth),[4] is a platform-adventure game developed and published by Konami.[3] The game was released on November 16, 2006 in Japan, and in the US on December 5, 2006 for the Nintendo DS handheld game console.[5] Portrait of Ruin is the first Castlevania to feature a cooperative multiplayer gameplay mode and the first handheld Castlevania to have English voice-overs, outside of its original Japanese release. Portrait of Ruin is set in 1944 Europe during World War II,[6] and is a continuation of the story from Castlevania: Bloodlines.[7] The game introduces new protagonists and antagonists to the Castlevania series as well as expand on the two character gameplay found in the previous Nintendo DS Castlevania title, Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow. Portrait of Ruin has met with an overall positive critical response and has received high ratings from reviews, along with several awards. Regional Differences Typos US Europe Richter's name was spelled as "RICHITER" on the Japanese and US versions' file select screen (Due to an apparently miss in Japanese-English spelling conversion). This was corrected in the European version, and Japanese revision (NDS-6081). US Europe Charlotte's name was missing an L on the Equip screen (also because Japanese-English spelling transition cases). This was also fixed in the European version and later Japanese revision. Glitch Fixes There are several glitches and exploits in Portrait of Ruin in other countries that that got fixed for the European release, and Japanese revision (NDS-6081). Item duplication exploit for Eric's Quest rewards no longer work. Players are no longer able to skip Eric's congratulatory line about finishing the quest with the Start button. Somewhat a hidden (and possibly accidental) staple since Symphony of the Night, players are no longer able to glitch out of the roofs in the Great Stairways. A glitch involving being locked in Death's room after beating and skipping the boss' dialogue was also fixed. Finally, there is an exploitable glitch about carrying over progress (all, including stats, map and even the same save point) to a new level-cap game which unsurprisingly gets fixed as well. Submitter klopjero Submitted 03/18/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  6. Nintendo DS - Castlevania - Portrait of Ruin (USA)-klopjero View File Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, known in Japan as Akumajō Dracula: Gallery of Labyrinth (悪魔城ドラキュラ ギャラリー・オブ・ラビリンス?, translated Devil's Castle Dracula: Gallery of Labyrinth),[4] is a platform-adventure game developed and published by Konami.[3] The game was released on November 16, 2006 in Japan, and in the US on December 5, 2006 for the Nintendo DS handheld game console.[5] Portrait of Ruin is the first Castlevania to feature a cooperative multiplayer gameplay mode and the first handheld Castlevania to have English voice-overs, outside of its original Japanese release. Portrait of Ruin is set in 1944 Europe during World War II,[6] and is a continuation of the story from Castlevania: Bloodlines.[7] The game introduces new protagonists and antagonists to the Castlevania series as well as expand on the two character gameplay found in the previous Nintendo DS Castlevania title, Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow. Portrait of Ruin has met with an overall positive critical response and has received high ratings from reviews, along with several awards. Submitter klopjero Submitted 03/18/2017 Category Themes (4:3) HyperBase Version Media Dimensions File Count Credits  
  7. Version 3.x

    420 downloads

    So I was pondering over my Nintendo DS collection, the lack of easily available media for it, and I realised that there was a lot of rubbish in that collection... With that in mind, i scoured the interwebs for the top 100 (or so) games for this system to build an easily accessible list that isn't overpopulated It may not be for everyone, and I'm sure people will disagree with the picks, but this includes all games in the 'Top' lists from Games Radar, Giant Bomb and Dorkly, plus a selection from the top scored Metacritic games (78+). Additionally if there is one from a series included in those lists, I have generally included the others (although not all) Either way, I feel this is a pretty comprehensive top list for this system... Based upon current hyperlist. Interested to hear anyones thoughts! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UPDATE 2.0 FINAL RELEASED UPDATE - 2.1 released to fix an ordering issue with Bomberman and Bookworm RELEASE - NINTENDO DS - British Version UPDATE - 3.0 - Add Indexes UPDATE - 3.2 - British Version Changelog 3.2: British version of 3.0 - changes per 2.2 Changelog 3.0: Added indexes to fix ordering issues with the wheel not showing in XML order. Please edit Nintendo DS.ini to use_indexes=true Full discussion here: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/topic/14578-how-do-i-re-order-a-wheel/ Ensures Pokemon games show in Release Order and Okamiden shows under O and not # Release 2.2: Nintendo DS - British Version Changes Professor Layton and the Last Sprecter to Europe version with correct spelling - Professor Layton and the Spectre's Call Changelog 2.1: Reordered Bomberman and Bookworm as they were the wrong way around alphabetically Changelog 2.0: Made this a definitive *TOP 100* Added Manufacturer / Year / Genre and RatingManufacturer is Developer from Wikipedia Year is US release year from Wikipedia Genres are simplified from Wikipedia Ratings from ESRB website [*]Pokemon Changes Re-ordered Pokemon Games to match release order and pairings Removed Pokemon Diamond & Pearl (since Platinum is an enhanced remake of both) [*]Added in some games that I originally missed (notably Yoshi games) [*]Tweaked Game Names to more accurately match the current release names (mostly removal of tags) [*]Removals Removed Puzzle Quest Galactrix and Puzzle Quest 2 (leaving just Challenge of the Warlords, the most highly rated) Removed Scribblenauts - Super Scribblenauts is effectively the same game but more advanced Removed the less well reviewed Bomberman Land Touch! 2 Removed Plants vs. Zombies to get it down to the 100. There are better versions of this game out there on other systems if you want this for your HS Setup. To Do: Change Professor Layton Last Specter for Spectre's Call (EU Version) - Why? Because I'm British and the misspelling is annoying as hell NB: I probably won't release that version, as this is the more unified list Released as 2.2 - If you speak anything other than British English, i recommend you stick with 2.1!! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Matching Media and Theme can be found here: Wheel Pack: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/files/file/11260-nintendo-ds-top-100-games-xml-matching-wheel/ Box Pack: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/files/file/11261-nintendo-ds-top-100-games-xml-matching-box-pack/ Screenshot Pack: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/files/file/11263-nintendo-ds-top-100-games-xml-matching-screenshot-pack/ Default Theme: http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/files/file/11262-nintendo-ds-system-theme/
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