From the monthly archives:

June 2011

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – In a League of Its Own

June 30, 2011

Since its inception in 1986, The Legend of Zelda series has constantly dominated the upper echelons of video gaming. Twenty years later, Nintendo releases The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess as another worthy heir to the Zelda name. A much anticipated video game, Twilight Princess contains the staple Zelda elements and is a fun and […]

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Kung Fu Panda 2 for Wii uDraw

June 30, 2011

The release of the movie Kung Fu Panda 2 prompted developer THQ to create a tie-in game of the same name for the Wii and uDraw peripheral. The result is Kung Fu Panda 2, an action-adventure video game starring the martial artist panda Po as he attempts to save Gongman City and Kung Fu itself […]

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Wii Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters

June 29, 2011

Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters is the highly anticipated video game tie-in to the 2011 film Green Lantern by Warner Bros. Rise of the Manhunters features the voice talent and likeness of actor Ryan Reynolds reprising his role as Hal Jordan, a human test pilot bequeathed the Green Lantern Power Ring by the dying […]

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Wii Exerbeat – Get Fit to the Beat

June 28, 2011

Exercise games have always been a staple genre in the Wii console. Coming in hot on the heels of their We Cheer series, Namco has developed their own exercise game called Exerbeat. Exerbeat is just what it sounds like: exercising to a beat. It’s good to remember these two things, as they will determine whether […]

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The Wii U: Nintendo Brings the A Game to E3

June 14, 2011

Even though rumors were abound concerning Nintendo’s presence at E3 this year and their revelation of a new console system, Project Cafe, the industry was left in the dark as to what the new console might actually be. Some suggested something similar to the Kinect, others thought Nintendo would finally cave in and move away […]

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