Mirror’s Edge brings a new type of gaming to the field, that of the popular new parkour sport. Despite some flaws, games that Mirror eventually spawns or inspires might be the real prize.
Those of you who fondly remember the Rubik’s Cube will be happy to know that the classic puzzle game has gone virtual. And, it’s just about as fun.
It’s not easy getting a graphically-laden flight sim to work well on the Wii. But porting over Rebel Raiders from the PS2 and PC is a good start. At least for a budget title.
Dead Space takes the popular survival horror genre into space, where we all know that nobody can hear you scream. But scream you will in this terrifying shooter.
Little League World Series is about as fun as Wii Sports Baseball, but with a strong anime theme that even includes power-ups. Its fun for kids, but adults might get a bit bored.
The summer Olympics fever may have given away to winter’s chill, but you can still enjoy the summer sports, virtually.
Wacky Races: Crash and Dash does bring back some of that 1970’s cartoon nostalgia, but fails to follow through with excellent modern gameplay.
Silent Hill: Homecoming has been a title that survival horror gamers have been waiting for since The Room” ruined 2004. But it might not have been worth the wait.”
AeroSmith fans can now rejoice and play with their favorite band from its humble beginnings to mega stardom. As long as you love the band, Guitar Hero: AeroSmith will rock you.
This week GiN looks at a couple games based on movies. Some work and some don’t. Guess which side Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy falls into?