Mario and Golden Sun DS RPGs Announced

Two new RPG titles were today announced for the Nintendo DS, in addition to a "gritty" open world shooter from Ubisoft. Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, scheduled for a fall release, is a new Mario RPG set inside Bowser himself, while Gold

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Two new RPG titles were today announced for the Nintendo DS, in addition to a "gritty" open world shooter from Ubisoft.

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, scheduled for a fall release, is a new Mario RPG set inside Bowser himself, while Golden Sun DS--set for a 2010 release--marks a return of the classic franchise to Nintendo hardware.

Ubisoft's Cop: The Recruit will put players in the role of a new police recruit in an open world setting. The 3D title was briefly shown in a short trailer.

In addition to galleries of fine screenshots for Golden Sun DS and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, trailers for all three games follow below.

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    June 2, 2009 10:03 AM

    HOLY SHIT GOLDEN SUN

    GIVE IT TO ME RIGHT NOW, REGGIE /rabidfan

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      June 2, 2009 11:05 AM

      I actually quite enjoyed the previous golden sun titles despite me not finishing them. I just got rather frustrated with the game because I would put it down for a couple weeks then come back and totally forget WTF I was supposed to do next and would wander around not accomplishing anything therefor abandoning the game entirely. I hope the next game has better quest direction so incase I do drop the game I dont have to pick up the pieces by myself when I play next. (refering to the first game) Second one I just never played all the way through. Just kinda gave up after awhile out of boredom.

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        June 2, 2009 3:49 PM

        The second one really went downhill as soon as you entered the western sea. It just lost all coherent narrative structure, and finding the right areas to progress was complete luck. Combine that with the fact that you only got Teleport when using it would mean annoying amounts of backtracking and it wasn't too great. Up until then, though, great game.