From the monthly archives:

November 2011

Karaoke Revolution Glee Volume 3 for Wii

November 30, 2011

It seems like as long as there is some sort of popular franchise, some company cashes in and makes Wii games about it. Because of this, it's not surprising that something as critically acclaimed as the television show Glee would also get its own game. In fact, ever since the television show first aired, I […]

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Country Dance 2 Wii Game Review

November 29, 2011

Country Dance returns on the Wii with all new tracks, choreographed routines, and modes to give you the dance fever as you fire up your favorite country tracks. There’ve been a lot of dancing games lately on the market, all of them utilizing pretty much the same magic formula of mimicking dance moves performed onscreen […]

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Cabela’s Adventure Camp Wii Game Review

November 29, 2011

Cabela’s Adventure Camp by Activision lets you experience the thrill of summer camp through a variety of sports and fun activities for the whole family. The Wii Cabela’s Adventure Camp game might seem like a poor release at first glance, but it surprisingly manages to pull off quite an enjoyable experience, especially when compared to […]

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Nascar Unleashed Wii Game Review

November 28, 2011

Activision follows up last March’s NASCAR 2011 with NASCAR Unleashed, a racing game that hopes to cater to both fans of the sport and arcade racing enthusiasts alike. The NASCAR video game franchise has always been a mixed bag of good releases, mediocre ones, and others that are best left at the bottom of the […]

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The Kore Gang Wii Game Review

November 28, 2011

The Kore Gang by developers Zoink Games and SnapDragon Games is an action-adventure platformer full of charm, wit, and humor guaranteed to put a smile on your face. The Wii The Kore Gang game was stuck in developer’s hell for quite a few years before its gradual release in 2010 and 2011. Originally meant for […]

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The Black Eyed Peas Experience Wii Game Review

November 27, 2011

Ubisoft, developers of the bestselling videogame dance franchise Just Dance, comes up with The Black Eyed Peas Experience, a spin-off release that utilizes the core gameplay of the Just Dance titles specifically tailored to the Black Eyed Peas’ hit songs. When Ubisoft released Just Dance in 2009, the critically panned game became an unlikely runaway […]

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Nickelodeon Dance for Wii – Get Your Kids Grooving

November 27, 2011

Originally named Pinwheel, Nickelodeon is an American cable channel that has had a prominent presence on the airwaves since 1977, and it has brought us a wonderful round of television shows, branding it as the first true kids’ network. Today, not only does it continue to provide children with educational, amusing television shows, but now […]

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Dance Dance Revolution 2 – Wii Got More DDR Action

November 26, 2011

Konami is back with the revolutionary series Dance Dance Revolution (DDR), this time adding more features to make the experience fuller while simultaneously going back to its roots and returning the old game mechanics that longtime fans of Dance Dance Revolution have grown to love. The Dance Dance Revolution 2 Wii game, also known by […]

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Get Greedy with Wii Monopoly Collection

November 26, 2011

Once again, Electronic Arts sets out to try and sell the famous board game known as none other than Monopoly to you, your friends and to your family, just in time for the holiday season. The real question, however, is simple: Is the Wii Monopoly Collection enough to make you and your friends join you […]

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Puss in Boots for Wii – A Cat with a Sword and an Attitude

November 25, 2011

Tying in with the release of the DreamWorks animated film bearing the same title, Puss in Boots by developer Blitz Games takes players on a wild, swashbuckling adventure with the feisty feline swordsman as he takes on the fairy tale quest to find the Golden Goose atop the giant beanstalk. When Shrek 2 was released […]

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