Lego Star Wars III goes back to the well of cute and fun Lego-based games, and once again comes out a winner. This fixes the minor problems of the past, and improves everything else.
Acceleration of Suguri X Edition features adorable little Chibi anime girls battling to the death in hyper-spastic over-the-top killer combat on the PlayStation Network.
Pipe Madness is the latest in a long line of games of the build-a-pipe before the water hits variety. Available for the PlayStation network for only $3, it’s quite a value.
Golden Trails follows the hidden object adventures of a cowboy sheriff in the Old West. While not the best example of this type of game, it’s not horrible to play either.
Ghost Mania is a game that lives within your Wii, and can be grabbed as WiiWare. While a really inexpensive and fun title, at its heart it’s just a brick dropping casual game.
Letters From Nowhere is a game that is certainly going somewhere. Awem Studios have taken the casual point and click adventure format and added a compelling plot.
Building upon the popular matching type of casual game, Cradle of Rome 2 takes that simple concept and builds a more complex and fun title.
Time Crisis: Razing Storm ships for the PS3 with Time Crisis 4 and Deadstorm Pirates on the same disk. But even so, it’s not much gameplay for the price.
Although some of the design elements are a bit questionable, Disney Epic Mickey is truly a game that no Wii owner should be without. M…I…C…K…E…Y spells adventure.
Bond week kicks off with GoldenEye 007, which is more of an homage than a remake of the famous N64 game. On Wednesday we review the new Blood Stone game.