Fairytale Fights uses blood and gore to try and hook an adult audience into a cartoon fighting game. But beyond a lot of very sadistic red splattering, there isn’t too much to hold anyone’s interest.
You would think adding the ability to fight with the Wii remote would be perfect for a game like this, but unfortunately not very much interaction is actually included.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance will put comic book and action RPG fans in heaven, and it’s out now for just about every console platform and the PC.
Tony Hawk’s series moves into its eighth reiteration. This time Tony has some new tricks, and the game will set difficulty based on player aptitude.
Splinter Cell: Double Agent takes you places the series has never been before, like hanging off the roof of the world’s tallest building.
World Championship Poker: All In takes the standard and somewhat boring poker simulation genre and adds some interesting RPG and adventure twists.
Just Cause puts you in the shoes of a "regime change" specialist doing what he does best for the CIA down in South America.
Although not the best racing game ever created, Ford Bold Moves Street Racing is an average title that diehard fans of the Ford Motor Company will enjoy.
Getting beyond the fact that Getting Up glorifies the controversial art of graffiti, we find an interesting game with some solid in-your-face action.
Rogue Trooper may not pierce the envelope for shooter games, but it does offer some unique gameplay that is a lot of fun.