Dark is just...a disappointment. Granted, it isn’t a game that set out to have a spectacular story, but there are a lot of elements that could lead to a bloody good time. Instead, you have cool vampire abilities that get trippe...
Zumba Fitness World Party is a great choice for gamers looking to get that “healthier me” resolution off the ground. With tons of songs to choose from in a variety of styles, you won’t get easily bored with the same old rou...
The Raven - Legacy of a Master Thief plays out like a standard point and click adventure, with players scouring the environment in search of items to use to advance the story. Like most games in the genre, the story takes top...
Zumba Kids is high on energy and big on fun, bringing a colorful Zumba experience that feels more like a cool dance party than the high impact workout it really is.
Just Dance Kids 2014 is an active and fun way to get your kids moving this holiday season. Dancing along with their favorite songs is so much fun, they won’t even know they’re exercising. It’s a great way to burn off those ho...
It's not a bad game, gameplay-wise, but it is simple and the all-girl cast, featuring nothing but scantily clad woman, makes it really feel like the developer went for low-hanging fruit with Girl Fight.
Skylanders SwapForce is an outstanding addition to what has been a superbly done series. With a host of diverse characters that are loads of fun to collect, a story line designed to capture and hold imaginations right from the ...
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