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.
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.
With beautiful landscapes that seemingly go on forever, Megaman Advent ZX will have you thanking your lucky stars that you own a Nintendo DS.
Zack and Wiki: Quest for Barbaros’ Treasure is a wacky, fun, and good-looking puzzle adventure game that stands out on the Wii platform.
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.
Although you would think that after 20 years the Castlevania series might get stale, it keeps the bloodletting fresh with Castlevania: Portrait of Ruins.
Winx: Join the Club is a horrible take on the popular cartoon. With load times of up to two minutes between stages, you will spend more time waiting than playing.
US gamers looking to finally experience the majesty of Final Fantasy III have their chance on the DS, and the game is really enhanced from the original too.
Think of Nervous Brickdown as the classic Breakout supped up and modernized. The play concept is simple, but will have you enthralled for hours.