If you like Sudoku but are looking to spice it up a bit, Zendoku is basically a martial arts game where the weapon of choice is a Sudoku board.
Think of Nervous Brickdown as the classic Breakout supped up and modernized. The play concept is simple, but will have you enthralled for hours.
Following the excellent book and movie series is the rare excellent tie-in game. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix will cast its spell on players.
Spider-Man 3 is by far the best Spider-man themed game ever made. Unfortunately, that is somewhat faint praise for this lukewarm series.
The Transformers game follows the awesome movie, but can it live up to its big screen brother? Admittedly, this would be pretty difficult.
With a hit anime television show and a feature length movie, how could Naruto: Ninja Council 3 go wrong? Well, like the titles before it, it finds a way.
Ace Attorney Phoenix Wright is back in this DS courtroom drama. This time he has a magical new tool to unlock hidden secrets, but will it be enough to win the cases?
Using the Wiimote to stir, salt and shake your dishes in a cooking game makes a lot of sense. Though replay ability is a bit low, you will find the experience a lot of fun.
You would not think a game about a slime creature fighting Plobs would be that involved, but Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime will surprise you.
Poor programming, bad graphics and games that will make a six year old cry is all we can expect from Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses.