I have had a lot of fun with the summon night games but I guess that's all about taste, good or bad. I might not agree with you guys, but I respect your opinions
Some other games I like a lot:
- Kidou Senshi Gundam Seed Destiny: 2D fighting game with not so much depth, but a pretty big character line-up for a gba game and a nice variety in fighters. Controls might take a little while to get used to, but I don't really mind them. Menu's are in English (except for the shop), so the game is pretty easy to understand.
- Chu Chu rocket: Played this game a lot as well. Don't know about the dreamcast game, but I expect the same features. The game is about leading your mice to the spaceship by placing panels on the floor, while avoiding the cats. Has two modes of play: challenge mode and puzzle mode. Difference between the two is that challenge mode is in real-time. Puzzle mode provides you panels beforehand and does not allow you to place them in real-time. Also features multi-player and puzzle creator.
I downloaded the android version of the game as well. As far as I can tell it has dreamcast graphics, but it seems to be a port of the gba game, without the multi-player or the puzzle creator.
- Lastly I recommend kingdom hearts: chain of memories. Not a general recommendation, because the fighting system is slow and does not revolve around crowd control like the other games (only one person can attack or use magic at any given time), but it can be enjoyable if you like the battle system. The system revolves about playing cards in order to use attacks or magic. They can be blocked with higher numbers, which can lead to frustrations if your stronger attacks are low numbered. Other general gripes are about world navigation, which can be slow due to using separate cards to progress and overall weak story.
Ugh ok nearly done posting, all megaman zero games are also bundled on the ds in the megaman zero collection. As an added bonus you can also unlock the effects of e-reader cards in mmz3.
Edit: @DS I don't know for sure anymore, but isn't that yu-gi-oh game the one where all the monsters have weaknesses based on their element (e.g. fire element defeats forest element)? I know of a YGO game that does that, but I don't know if it is this one. That mechanic is really annoying if you've played the card game.