Michael’s back with one of the weirdest games ever made for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Mr. Mosquito!
One of the best games we have seen so far this year, Batman Arkham Asylum features stellar graphics, perfect voice acting and some of the most unexpected plot twists we’ve ever experienced.
Although often overlooked in video games, World War II in the Pacific was a hotly contested theater. Battlestations: Pacific takes an arcade-like approach to bringing it all to life.
Fresh off of Anniversary, Eidos strikes again with Tomb Raider: Underworld. And this time around, Lara is more realistic than ever. Plus it’s a pretty good game.
Soul Bubbles is a cute little title for the DS that puts a bit of a different spin on puzzle adventures. Oh, did we mention that you have to sneeze to start the game?
Wacky Races: Crash and Dash does bring back some of that 1970’s cartoon nostalgia, but fails to follow through with excellent modern gameplay.
Despite a few noticeable setbacks, Conflict: Denied Ops proves itself a worthy contender in its class, and brings some new elements to the shooter genre.
A seemingly simple puzzle game for the Nintendo DS, Prism: Light the Way, combines challenging gameplay with innovative levels to make an addicting puzzler.
Traxxpad: Portable Studios can create an amazing transformation on your PSP: it will turn it from a simple game device into a professional music studio.
Despite the controversy surrounding this game, we actually found Kane and Lynch: Dead Men to be an enjoyable and somewhat innovative shooter.