The Conduit for the Nintendo Wii. Developer: High-Voltage Software, Publisher: Sega ESRB: T Over the past two and a half years, the Wii has seen countless pet simulations, a marching band replication, and a single, ...Read More »
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Vertigo for the Nintendo Wii. Developer: Icon Games, Publisher: Playlogic ESRB: E Many veteran gamers acquired their initial mastery of ball rolling from a modest wooden toy. The simple diversion challenged players to roll a ...Read More »
Virtua Tennis 2009 for the 360/PS3. Developer: Sumo Digital, Publisher: Sega. ESRB: E If the Virtua Tennis series were a serve, it would contain a reliable windup, followed by a safe toss, culminating in a ...Read More »
Let’s Tap for the Nintendo Wii. Developer: Prope, Publisher: Sega. ESRB: E From first-party titles such as WarioWare: Smooth Moves to third party fare like the Rayman Raving Rabbids and Carnival Games series, Wii owners ...Read More »
Depending if you prefer a vigilantly sharpened blade, sculpted flesh, or just cold, hard steel, this week has a multitude of ways to engage in combat. Sequels to the Dynasty Warriors, Fight Night and Transformers ...Read More »
Fuel for the 360, PS3, and PC. Developer: Asobo Studio, Publisher: Codemasters. ESRB: E For over a decade, Codemasters has been developing racing games that have prudently straddled the space between the arcade thrills of ...Read More »
Lego Battles for the DS. Developer: Hellbent Games, Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive ESRB: E With two screens and a stylus interface, one would think the Nintendo DS would have a surplus of real-time strategy games ...Read More »
Zenonia for the iPhone/Ipod Touch. Developer: Gamevil USA, Publisher: Gamevil USA RPGs have done great things for other genres in gaming. Castlevania was dramatically improved by the inclusion of RPG elements. Puzzle Quest took Bejeweled, ...Read More »
Prototype for the 360 & PS3. Developer: Radical Entertainment, Publisher: Activision ESRB:M Although the ‘sensation’ is both sporadic and infrequent, most veteran gamers have experienced it during an intense play session. Typical symptoms include hand ...Read More »
The Munchables for the Nintendo Wii. Developer: Namco, Publisher: Namco-Bandai ESRB: E When Katamari Damacy was released in 2004, I expected its creative and engaging gameplay to be mimicked by a myriad of similar titles. ...Read More »