On the DS, we're far more forgiving of blocky graphics. Games like Dementium: The Ward and Metroid Prime Hunters have shown us that a solid first-person experience is possible on Nintendo's dual-screened wonder, blocky pixels or not. We'll find out if developer n-Space – which has created DS versions of Call of Duty titles Modern Warfare and World at War – can deliver with this latest effort, launching alongside its console big brother on November 10.
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