Wildlife Park Tycoon is a $20 simulation that offers nearly unlimited replay value and fun for all age groups and skill levels. And it’s filled with realistic and cute animals, which never hurts a game.
The Rockin’ Dead is a comical adventure game where you try to save three hapless hot chicks from a hoard of undead in old-school 3D. It’s campy fun to the max.
The Video Strip Poker Supreme game is probably the most successful title of its type ever produced. And the new opponents pack 10 does not disappoint, with smart Russian beauties heating things up.
Dragon Ball Raging Blast is easily the best of the DBZ fighting series, offering the Dragon Ball storyline, some what if scenarios and an advanced fighting engine with customizable fighter feats.
Young Thor is a PS3 mini title (that can also be played on a PSP and PSPgo) that follows the hack and slash adventures of the Thunder God when he was still just a wee lad.
Alter Ego lets players take the role of two very different characters as they get tangled up in an 1890’s gaslight-era adventure to track down a killer on the dark streets of Plymouth, England.
Green Day Rockband adds some much needed punk flavor to the music title lineup, with 47 amazing songs from six of the band’s top anti-establishment albums.
2XL Supercross has conquered the iPhone where the motorcycle racing game is fun and responsive. But the transition to the PC proves to be a bumpy ride.
Offering classic old-school point and click adventure gaming, The Whispered World is a strikingly beautiful game with a great story that will appeal to kids and adults alike.
Achtung Panzer: Kharkov 1943 is probably like no other wargame you’ve ever played. It’s about as hardcore as it gets in terms of deep strategy, for better or worse depending on the player.