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Feel the Magic: XY/XX - Nintendo DS

Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Teen
5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • ASIN: B0006B98DI
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 13.3 x 1.9 cm ; 91 g
  • Release Date: April 29 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,698 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Feel The Magic XY & XX [Nintendo DS] For the Nintendo DS

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When looking around on amazon I spotted a game called The Rub Rabbits. I was just about to perches it when I discovered it was a squeal to this game. Not wanting to play games out of order I bought this one instead. Feel The Magic is one of the funnest games I've played in a long time. The mini games are addictive and eye catching. I recommend this game to anyone.
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115 of 118 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4b0f2b8) out of 5 stars A few issues to an otherwise fun and unique game! Nov. 22 2004
By Ry'lac Lieer - Published on
This game is one of the titles that prompted me to go ahead and buy the Nintendo DS (see my review). I bought it alongside the DS and have come to the end of the "story". I'll start with the issues I have, then tell you what I like about this game.

1) The Music. The music is catchy, and vibrant. It absolutely catches the feel of the game - however, there are really only two "songs" that are played throughout the game and thusly they get annoying quickly - as most "vibrant" songs do.

2) Gameplay. Some of the "missions" require you to hold the stylus very carefully over a small area of space, while at the same time watching for "creatures" from either side of the screen. Holding the system, and styus, comfortably (at least to me) renders the lower right of the screen "blocked" by my hand - and therefore I am not aware of any baddies creeping up from that location. Holding it any other way tires my hands out after a couple of minutes.

3) Difficulty. Okay I have, at times, really good hand eye coordination. You REALLY need this to play this game with any positive effects. One of the "boss missions" was to tap on 100 bulls that show up, but NOT tap the people. So, a few "bulls" you have to tap more than one (7 or so). For people that cannot do this quickly - and for people that cannot distinguish between bull and person QUICKLY, it can be difficult.

Another scenario provides you with a number pad on the lower screen, on the top it gives you a number you must enter in a certain time. First it's a couple digits then three then four. The last one is quite long, and each time I played this particular scenario, I almost lost by that last number.

So, in the short of it, the bad things about the game are it's repetitive music, the ocassional "blocked" gameplay, and the extreme concentration and coordination required.

The good things about this game outweigh the bad, easily.

1) Unique. I love this game. It likens to a blend of Frogger and Bowling at times, at other times you need to literally blow on the touch pad to blow out candles. Each new scenario provides something new and interesting to gaming as a whole.

2) Difficulty. Here I will ask that you understand, I love the difficulty of the game. Average Joe Gamer will most likely get frustrated easily, and in truth this should be advertised as a game of high skill and concentration. If you get deep into the "Memories" mode, it can play out like a part memory game (and how well you can remember 4 digit numbers and enter them quickly) and then further as a real puzzle game.

3) The extended game mode. The "memories" section of the game allows you to play any completed scenario whenever you feel like it. Not only can you replay it, but it gives twice as many levels to complete, and each completed scenario in the memories mode can unlock new hairstyles or clothes for your dream date.

This is why DS will succeed, if developers will look at unique twists to add to their games, utilizing the touch and dual screens. Clones of Feel the Magic aren't going to do it for us, and this game alone will likely not serve the wider DS consumer, but it does show that there are developers out there with imagination and creativity - and that they are willing to use it.
59 of 60 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4b0f6c0) out of 5 stars Great Game, NOT Perverted Dec 27 2004
By CG - Published on
There seems to be a lot of misinformation about this game, so I wanted to write a review to clear it up. Feel the Magic:XY/XX (FTM) is a cute game whose storyline is that you are a boy smitten with a girl. To win her affections you must do silly things to try to impress her (like swallow and then regurgitate goldfish).

Once you've got her attention, you must then protect her from a kidnapping punk, a snake, a killer plant, and various other threats. In so doing, you win her love and gratitude.

The game is rated T for 'Crude Humor, Mild Violence, and Suggestive Themes'. Yes, the woman is in a bikini, and yes, you are flirting with her, but there is more crude behavior on prime time television than can be found in this game.

Its only shortcoming is its length; it is only about 10 hours long, and only a bit longer if you want to find all of its secrets.

All in all, this game is very fun and its lighthearted flirting makes me nostalgic. It really makes good use of the touch screen, as all of the gameplay involves touching, breathing, or talking at the lower screen. A great launch title!
26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5251e04) out of 5 stars Frustrating Nov. 27 2004
By renneme - Published on
Today, I went to the local gamestop and traded in my SP, a DVD, and a GameCube game. I made $44, and used $31 of it to buy this game. I haven't completed it yet, but I'm on stage 13 and have spent about 4 hours playing it.


This title is rated T for Teen, but so far I haven't seen much innapropriate content except for a scene of your character looking at the girl's behind, and the girl making a few, er, suggestive sounds. If you're a parent, I'd buy this for any kid 10 or up. Anyone younger, I think you still could buy it for them, just turn off the volume and it should be fine.


This game is instantly addicting. However, many minigames are so difficult that younger ones may be more than a tad frustrated, and the older ones might even get even more frustrated. Many of the "scenes" make you unicycle across a narrow path, like stage 13. I've been working on that scene for over an hour!


A few of these, like Yaht, have high replay value and will make you go into Memories again and again to play it. Sadly, few of these are like this. Many you will play once and never want to touch again.


They are crisp and imaginitive. They aren't really 3D most of the time, but aren't exactly Paper Mario style, if you know what I mean. They are nice, don't get me wrong; I personally like them.


This game is only $30, $5-$10 less than a few other DS titles. Not any more than a newly released Game Boy Advance game, so not a bad price at all.


So far, I only have Metroid Prime: Hunters; First Hunt (comes bundled with the Nintendo DS), Super Mario 64 DS, and this game. Let's compare them so that you can tell which one of these is best for your money



M= Free with the NDS

F= $29.99 + tax


M= Full 3D, comparable to the Nintendo Gamecube.

F= True minigame style; not exactly 3D but way better than GBA mini game graphics.

Length of Game:

M= It's a demo! Morph Ball is 30 seconds, survivor is boring, and the normal training is 10 minutes. Haven't had a chance to play multiplayer yet. After 5+ times, it's very boring. Doesn't keep you occupied for too long.

F= Will take at LEAST 5-10 hours to complete, plus you probably will want to play through it again. However, many games are terrible in replayability, so some people will not pick it up again.


M= Short and "training" doesn't exactly suggest fun either.

F= Frustrating at times, but highly addicting. B-


Feel the Magic



M= $29.99 + tax

F= $29.99 + tax


M= About Nintendo 64 quality, maybe a little better.

F= True minigame style; not exactly 3D but way better than GBA mini game graphics.

Length of Game:

M= Wholy cow! 150 stars to collect?! If you finish it, it'll take a good long while.

F= Will take at LEAST 5-10 hours to complete, plus you probably will want to play through it again. However, many games are terrible in replayability, so some people will not pick it up again.


M= Gets old, but will renew its "fun-ness" with time. If it gets boring, put it away for a week

F= Frustrating at times, but highly addicting. B-


Super Mario 64 DS

In conclusion to this review, Feel the Magic is an addicting game I'd recommend for anyone ages 10 up. It gets very frustrating at times but a few of the minigames manage to make this game worth the thirty bucks. I wouldn't reccomend it as your first Nintendo DS game, but if you have $30 to spend and see it on the shelf of your local game store, it's definitely worth a buy.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4b0f738) out of 5 stars it's weird but fun Oct. 15 2005
By Peneloppe - Published on
If you like minigames, then you will like this one. at least I did. I picked it up for pretty cheap pre-played, and it is actually very fun. The minigamesa re weird, but challenging too. Definitely looks more appealing than warioware which I never bought because I played the demo online and seems too easy. The graphics in Feel the magic is great, and music is also great. There are unlockable clothes for the girl but it's not a major goal in the game. It has many levels and sometimes it can be very hard to beat. But since it has a high replay value, you will want to play it again and again. It is actually pretty addicting. Highly recommanded!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4b0fabc) out of 5 stars A Complete and Pleasant Surprise! April 7 2006
By N. Evers - Published on
I was a little wary of buying this game. I found a lot of them for cheap at a used game store, and, more often than not, it means the game wasn't popular and was a waste of money for the people who got it.

This is absolutely not the case for this game. It is an awesome, entertaining game that takes from WarioWare Touched! and actually gives it a story. What you do is play mini games in order to impress a girl with your spectacular stunts. Once you have completed a stage, it will be able to be played again and again in the Memories section. Plus, once you master it in the Memories section, it opens outfits for the girl you're trying to impress in Maniac mode.

Drop the ten bucks and get this game. It's fast paced, colorful and a lot of fun. You won't regret it!

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