"Wii Fit Plus" (rated E, $20 as standalone game, $100 bundled with balance board): If you already own a balance board and are still enjoying the first "Wii Fit," plunking down a mere $20 for the sequel seems like a no-brainer. The exercise game includes everything you'll find on the [...]
"Halo 3: ODST" (rated M, $60 on Xbox 360): The latest game set in the "Halo" universe will confuse folks who are only passably familiar with the game's universe. Let's start with its ill-conceived name. See, unlike most video games with a number and a colon in the title ("Call [...]
This week begins and ends with "The Beatles: Rock Band." In the middle? More "Beatles: Rock Band," just for good measure. Oh, and there were some other games, too.
Hopefully this Labor Day weekend finds you knocking back some cold beverages and enjoying delicious barbecue with family or friends. If you're like me, though, and not far from home, there's a little time for gaming, including the newest title in the gathering-friendly "Guitar Hero" franchise.
The world's biggest video game retailer is selling the popular new Wii accessory for $5 more than the suggested retail price. Pick it up somewhere else.
You'd think with kids out of school for the summer, game publishers would be flooding the marketplace with quality titles looking to capture some of that summer job dollar. But you'd be wrong. "NCAA Football 10" is the only big retail release this week. Luckily, Sony and Microsoft are filling the void with some downloadable goodness.
The popular Magic: The Gathering collectible card game makes a solid, if somewhat simple, debut in a $10 downloadable game called "Duels of the Planeswalkers."