With baseball season in full swing, we take a look at 2K’s Major League Baseball 2K10 and see how it pairs up against MLB 10: The Show.
Guitar Hero: Van Halen offers some of the most challenging vocals ever in a GH game, but oddly ships without some of the advanced features we loved from GH 5.
WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2010 improves the series in a lot of ways from easier to use controls to realistic damage when you smack the senses out of your opponents.
Band Hero has all the whistles and bells of Guitar Hero 5, but puts the focus on pop music like that played by Taylor Smith, Maroon 5, The Go-Go’s and The Jackson 5. If that’s your type of tunes, Band Hero is for you.
With a new developer at the helm, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 takes the series in innovative and amazing directions that are sure to wow any comic book or action RPG fan.
Just when you thought nothing could change with music and rhythm games, DJ Hero drops with 93 mashup songs that will knock you on your ear.
Following any hit movie for kids, a multi-platform game is sure to follow. And while Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is no exception, it does capture the fun flavor of the film.
Guitar Hero 5 rocks with a huge song library and tons of new features, like the ability to have four drummers (or any instrument) playing locally.
Nearly as cute as the movie, the Up game also proves that multi-person titles can be fun and challenging, as well as appropriate for children of all ages.
Although the first game was a bit of a letdown, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen brings the series roaring back to game consoles and PCs everywhere, and does it with action and style.