Wallace & Gromit, MotoGP, and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
Keep up-to-date with all the latest video game releases! Kidzworld has all the latest games to keep watch for. This week, we preview Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures, MotoGP, and the next episode of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles.
Wallace & Gromit: Fright of the BumblebeesAardman's classic clay characters are making another, more interesting jump to the gaming world with Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures for the PC. These point-and-click adventure games feature some stunning graphics and music. If you play the game, the characters all look to be made of clay, even sometimes with a fingerprint visible on their figure. All the traditional British humor of the series is still here, and the puzzle-solving gameplay looks fantastic, if you're in for a challenge. The games will be releasing in episodes, one every month for four months. If you're a fan of the series, where else are you going to see more Wallace & Gromit action right now?
MotoGP Brings Grand Prix to the Wii
MotoGP has finally made the jump to the Nintendo Wii, and it's bringing all the same motorcycle racing action with, as usual for the Wii, some innovative new controls. The Wii controls will become like an actual set of handlebars on a motorcycle, allowing for you to control the bikes intuitively as they are really used. If you're done with Mario Kart Wii, this sounds like another great racing game.
Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time
The next game in the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles series comes out this week simultaneously for the Wii and DS. The thing is, they actually look the same, graphically and gameplay-wise, which is a rare and cool thing. That also means that you can link up with your friends playing the game, even if they're playing on the other console! The game is an incredibly well-designed action RPG, meaning you're the one swinging a sword while choosing spells or other abilities on either the lower screen on the DS, or the second screen that appears to the right of the normal one on your TV with the Wii. All that RPG gameplay and competitive or cooperative multiplayer across consoles sounds pretty exciting to me right now.
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