Scribblenauts Unlimited is an action puzzle video game developed by 5th Cell and published by Warner Bros. The game was released as a launch title for the Nintendo Wii U and seems to of gone down very well with gamers – achieving a rating of 9.6/10 from the IGN Community of Gamers, and a rating [...] . . . → Read More: Scribblenauts Unlimited Review
Death is back with attitude upon the release of DARKSIDERS 2 published by THQ and VIGIL GAMES. DARKSIDERS 2 is a follow up to the acclaimed DARKSIDERS, and you get to play as Death, the fourth rider of the Apocalypse, on a whirlwind adventure set in Nether Realms. This game takes place during the 100 [...] . . . → Read More: Darksiders 2 – Death Is Back And He Is Mad As Hell!
Rally driving, it sure is a mental sport, hammering down country lanes at breakneck speed scary but exhilarating stuff. I don`t know about you folks, but I have always fancied the idea of being a rally driver. I don’t mind the driving but never been one for wearing a rally jacket. Much more appealing than [...] . . . → Read More: Dirt 3 – Let’s get dirty
New Super Mario Bros. Wii is a game that the old school crowd has wanted for years, as the warm memories of 8-bit platforming joy still hold a special place in the hearts of many. This time, the world’s most famous plumbers return to their sidescrolling roots with a slew of new tricks, two Toad companions, and dozens [...] . . . → Read More: New Super Mario Bros. Wii Review
There are two virtually independent components to Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz. On one hand, this is a twitchy, challenging, fast-paced single player puzzle game. On the other, it is a large collection of minigames intended for multiplayer Wii parties. The almost absurd cuteness of the monkeys ties the game together, but the two components [...] . . . → Read More: Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz
The Wii continues to sell like hotcakes laced with crack despite the common criticism that there are no good "hardcore" games for it. Even after two years with no price drop, selling at a profit, Wiis continue to fly off the shelves faster than they can be produced. I say it’s high-time we analyze the [...] . . . → Read More: Why Wii Sells and Why Wii Sucks