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Despite coming out long after the movies have finished up, Lord of the Rings: Aragon's Quest is actually quite appropriate in timing. See how tantalizing the title is in our Preview!
The book-turned-video-game, The Daring Game for Girls, is finally available in stores! We reviewed the game for both DS and Wii – and liked what we saw!
For the first time, Bakugan fans find out first-hand what happens before and after the brawls! But is it really *that* interesting?
Is bigger always better? Check out our review on the new Nintendo DSi XL and find out!
Wario is a lot of things: fat, smelly, and also lazy! In fact, he's so lazy that he's going to have you make your own game in WarioWare D.I.Y.! Luckily, it's still super fun!
Want a pet but not allowed to have one? The next-best-thing are Zhu Zhu Pets - they don’t poop, die or stink but they’re a riot of motion and sound! And, along with your Nintendo DS, these adorable little critters really come to life!
Sonny With A Chance: So Random for Nintendo DS lets you experience random and hilarious events inspired by the hit Disney Channel TV show. Play as your fave character and take your chances in mini-games, random events and wacky power-ups!
Ever wanted your own dragon? Now you can in the Wii game based off of the movie! Check out our review to see if this game soars high or gets burned by the sun.
The latest Pokemon game is the walk and talk about town! Check out our review to see how far you should go for this remake!
Monster Hunter Tri is part of such a cool series we couldn't resist reviewing it! But, it is definitely not a game for kids of all ages. If you’re not at least 13 years old, then you should probably wait until you are to play this game.
Check out Moshi Monsters - a new, free-to-play virtual world for kids where you can create and care for your very own pet monster, plus interact with other users’ pet monsters!
Strike like Lightning! Final Fantasy XIII finally hits the shelves! Was it worth the wait?
Call it Wii’s second scuba-diving simulator, but Endless Ocean: Blue World is much more than that. It’s a sea-life-spotting adventure set in spectacular – not to mention WET – locations, all easily explored using your Wii Remote!
If you love movie-based games, make sure you don’t miss out on Alice In Wonderland for Wii. This video game is inspired by the Tim Burton film of the same name – and we think you’re gonna go wild for it!
Banjo won't be able to beat Sonic on foot, but maybe a racecar would do! See how they compare in our review!
Check out our review of Lovely Lisa And Friends - a brand-new video game made especially for girls that mixes fashion, friendship and responsibility for an overall lovely gaming experience!
With over 120 songs to walk to, Walk it Out by Konami allows you to do just that – walk around on your balance board or waggle your Wii-mote and nunchuk to simulate walking outside! A progress tracker helps you monitor any weight lost as you ask yourself why you bought this game when you could have walked around humming and whistling for free.
25 Van Halen songs from the David Lee Roth era come out to play with 19 bands from the 1970’s to today in Guitar Hero: Van Halen. Play as the band or a rocker of your own creation as you tackle over 45 songs on any instrument of your choosing.
Yusei, Rally, and their friends are back for more Duel Monsters! How does this year's version compare to the past?
The world (and its pies) are yours for the taking! But will pastries be enough to make this a satifying game? Read our review and find out!