Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex Edition moves the amazing series over to the Wii, and takes advantage of some of the unique the motion capture physics of that console.
Tekken 6 makes the jump to the PSP’s small screen in a big way. There are tons of extras, plus all the hardcore fighting from the console game. You’ll be asking yourself how they fit so much fun in there.
Wii Cheer 2 adds male cheerleaders to the mix, plus about 30 dance-worthy songs. And while you’re cheering like crazy using the Wii remotes as pom-poms, you’ll also be getting a great workout.
The original Dragon Ball game heads over to the Wii console with the release of Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo, with enhanced Wii-fu fighting.
Those endless aliens from Space Invaders are back again in a new extreme title: Space Invaders Extreme 2 for the Nintendo DS. They’ve got new weapons and powers, so get those thumbs ready.
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.
Fairytale Fights uses blood and gore to try and hook an adult audience into a cartoon fighting game. But beyond a lot of very sadistic red splattering, there isn’t too much to hold anyone’s interest.
Star Ocean: Second Evolution hits the ground running as a top title for the PSP platform. It takes us back to the original series, but adds a lot of new elements, like real-time combat.
Hands down we rate Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII as one of the best RPGs for the PSP platform. It’s yet another feather in the cap of this awesome series.
Finally a game comes out that is every bit as good as the movie it’s based on. Hard to believe, but Kung Fu Panda The Game breaks the game-following-movie curse.