The new Hottest Party pack brings the thrills of the DDR arcade game home for the Wii. And although the tunes did not impress our reviewer, DDR fans will be in heaven.
Finding hiding Elebits with your Wii remote is a fun and challenging process. Though designed for children, almost anyone can have fun here.
It’s been many years since the original PlayStation version of Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night was released. Now, relive the glory with Xbox Live Arcade.
The Metal Gear Solid series has always been a favorite for PlayStation gamers. Now it moves to the PSP. But only the screen, not the quality, gets smaller.
Although it stumbled a bit with the fourth game in the series, Suikoden V returns with a vengeance to reclaim its crown. This is what a console RPG should be.
Country Music Television and Konami have a way to turn your PS2 into a full scale Karaoke machine, only this one is a lot better than you’ll find in most bars.
A favorite series returns with Castlevania: Curse of Darkness. The new game adds a ton of new features to the series, but keeps the basics like your trusty whip intact.
Coded Arms may have quite a few flaws in terms of environments and repetitive gameplay, but the game looks good and shows that FPS are possible on the PSP.
GiN concentrates this week on Rumble Roses and Dead or Alive Ultimate, for the most cat-fighting, mud-wrestling action ever seen!
The loveable Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles leap onto the Game Boy Advance, and we enlist a six-year-old to help us review the action.