It’s time to engage in an epic battle at sea and on shore as Hasbro (Nasdaq: HAS) and Activision Publishing Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) announced that BATTLESHIP the video game is available today at retail outlets nationwide. The game takes a hybrid approach combining military strategy and fast-paced first-person action gaming as players take control of a powerful naval fleet and experience the cinematic action of war at sea. BATTLESHIP is now available for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, Wii system from Nintendo … Continue reading Battleship Game Deploys For Action
Jewel Link Chronicles: Mountains of Madness is a family puzzle title for the DS that will keep children of all ages entertained for hours on end.
Our baseball week continues with Todd’s review of Major League Baseball 2K12. How does it compare with The Show? Tune in and find out.
Spider-man games are often hit or miss, but Spider-Man Edge Of Time is a surefire bull’s-eye. Playing in both the present and the future gives this web-slinger an edge.
Top Agents is a great children’s game currently making the rounds in Europe on the NDS. There are some flaws however that hopefully will be targeted before the US release.
Secrets of the Titanic 1912-2012 from Avanquest Software Publishing will be available on Nintendo DS from 13th April to mark the 100th anniversary of the fateful maiden voyage. The 3DS version will follow later this Spring. The hidden-object adventure game offers players the chance to travel back in time and board the RMS Titanic, searching for hundreds of hidden objects and complete challenging mini-games and puzzles to test speed, accuracy and judgment. The tense and exciting plot starts in the present and follows Eva as she experiences flashbacks and finds herself on board the Titanic with the power to change … Continue reading Secrets of the Titanic Floating Toward DS
The ballots have all been counted, and here are the five nominees in each category for the 2011 GiN Game of the Year Awards. Congratulations to everyone who’s game earned a spot on the ballot this year. Look around and you’ll find yourself in amazing company. For all our voters, don’t forget to cast your final ballot for the overall winner in each category. Last year we had more than 50,000 votes cast, so be sure you’re ballot is in there. Voting is, as always, free. Lots of people worked really hard to bring us these great games. Show them … Continue reading The 2011 GiN Game Of The Year Nominees
Beyblade: Metal Masters attempts to capture the childhood top-fighting game of yesteryear with beautiful graphics, customization options and lots of spinning battles.
While the concept of the DaGeDar children’s game seems pretty cool, the execution is enough to make you lose your marbles.
The TV show-come-game is back with Wipeout 2. And while the zaniness has been popped up a notch, some unresponsive controls and repetitiveness puts a dampener on the fun.