Hamtaro had way more humor and cute girl hamsters flirting with you than I remembered. I remembered spending 100 sunflower seeds and over an hour trying to beat Tak-q bowling as a kid, and it only took me 5 minutes this time around. I actually managed to find all the Ham-chat and rocks this time around, too. Pretty sweet game overall.
Yugioh DDS was a little grindy and cheaty, but still pretty cool. Deck capacity points take forever to accumulate, but it was still fun trying to underdog my way through with shitmons. The AI duelists get to have 3 copies of Limited cards (Dark Hole, Raigeki, Swords of Revealing Light), while the player gets stuck with that restriction, which is bullshit, but the AI would be a cakewalk without that exception. TCRF says there's unused AI behavior that would've let them use effect monsters and traps, so it seems they were rushed. Tristan has Relinquished in his deck and can summon it without a ritual, but it's worthless to him because he doesn't know how to activate its effect. The way fusion and alignments worked was so much fun, I wish the series could've kept it as an alternate rule-set.