No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle takes the assassination adventure series to new, amazingly chaotic heights for Wii gamers, and pushes the console to its limits.
Assassin’s Creed II is everything the first game should have been and more. Gone is all the repetitive grinding, replaced with a deep storyline and white-hot assassination action.
That Family Feud 2010 Edition is a surefire hit for your next holiday party. The title keeps the flavor of the hit TV game show, and is ready to pull duty in your living room.
The new TMNT: Turtles in Time: Re-shelled game for Xbox Live Arcade arrives 18 years after the arcade classic wowed fans. And while it’s not a bad game, it’s not as good as the original either.
One of the most graphically stunning games we have seen in a long time, Call of Juarez: Bound In Blood brings the flavor of a spaghetti western to video games.
Think of the new Prince of Persia as a total reset of the series, taking the game in a fascinating new direction that for the most part is a refreshing wind of change.
Farcry 2 moves away from the monsters of its predecessor and into the reality of fighting for blood diamonds in Africa. The enemies are all human, but very monstrous nonetheless.
No More Heroes puts you in the role of an assassin looking to move up in the world. And it may be one of the most stylish Wii titles to date.
America’s Army: True Soldiers may or may not be a recruitment tool for the US Army. But either way, you would think they could make a better game. This one is horrible.
Assassin’s Creed combines good controls with beautiful vistas for an unforgettable game that follows the exploits of a twelfth century hitman.