From the monthly archives:

January 2011

Dance It Up with Zumba Fitness for Wii

January 31, 2011

The Zumba Fitness Wii game is the next in what seems to be a never ending line of exercise games for motion control systems. Althought this game is available on all the motion-sensitive platforms, we’ll be taking a look at the Wii Zumba game. In case you aren’t familiar with the concept, Zumba is a […]

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Wii Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction

January 31, 2011

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien for Wii is the latest entry in the action platformer kids genre. Odds are, if you have a kid who is a Ben 10 Wii gamer, you’ve been asked to buy or rent this game. It’s not a bad one, and if you’re looking for something to keep the little ones […]

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The Nintendo 3DS and 3DS Games

January 25, 2011

Nintendo has always had a way of pushing the envelope when it’s come to gaming. When they revealed a system that used all motion controls, the idea was met with a little bit of opposition from gamers who preferred the traditional control schemes. Nintendo similarly turned a “gimmick” into a winning franchise with the touch […]

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Disney Tangled for Wii

January 25, 2011

As with all Disney movie releases, Tangled has spawned it’s own Wii game. On the surface, it seems standard Disney tie-in fare, but the on the Wii Tangled is actually sort of clever on a level. It’s very much a kids game, but it’s one Wii game you won’t mind picking up and playing with […]

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Sonic Colors for Wii – the Hedgehog is Back!

January 9, 2011

Sonic Colors Wii Join Sonic the hedgehog and friends as they take on the diabolical Dr. Eggman and his evil amusement park in space! Kirby’s Epic Yarn A fun and even nostalgic side-scrolling platformer game that brings Kirby to the Wii with great success and tons of action Sonic Colors DS Sonic Colors is also […]

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Lego Star Wars the Complete Saga for Wii

January 7, 2011

Lego Star Wars the Complete Sage combines content from earlier Lego Star Wars games (Chapters 1-3 & Chapters 4-6) with new characters, levels, quests, and challenges to create the most comprehensive version to date. The game, complete with famous scenes and the score from Lucas’ Star Wars saga, is enacted by Lego Star Wars characters, […]

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uDraw Studio Game and Tablet for Wii

January 5, 2011

uDraw Studio Wii is more, and less, than a game for the Nintendo Wii. It is a package that includes the Wii uDraw Gametablet device for writing and drawing onscreen and the uDraw Studio onscreen drawing software, which is decidedly not a game. This bundle is designed and manufactured by THQ as a third-party accessory […]

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Michael Jackson the Experience Wii – Surpsingly Good

January 3, 2011

I’m neither a Michael Jackson fan nor an avid dance game player, so when I decided to try my hand at Michael Jackson the Experience, I was skeptical. Negative connotations of the Gloved One’s life aside, the music never really appealed to me, and I’m always the guy who asks “Can we play on medium?” […]

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Donkey Kong Country Returns for Wii

January 1, 2011

Donkey Kong Country Returns is meant to hearken back to the old Donkey Kong games, which should really bring up some feelings of nostalgia for those who have been playing the games for a long time. The game is set up in much the same fashion, and ever operates on a similar premise to come […]

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