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  • Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest Review

    Posted: September 28, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest is a hack and slash/RPG hybrid that does the absolute bare minimum it needs to call itself a game, perhaps hoping we will be so mesmerized by the motion control that we won't notice the complete lack of nuance, strategy, or technique.

    G4TV Rating
    2 / 5
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  • Batman: The Brave and the Bold Review

    Posted: September 16, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    Complemented by hilariously sharp writing and an engaging cartoon visual style, Batman: The Brave and the Bold - The Videogame isn't especially challenging, but it is as charming as a tuxedoed Bruce Wayne.

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
    Batman: The Brave and the Bold box art

  • NHL 2K11 Review

    Posted: September 14, 2010 | 1 Comment

    Average User Rating 

    2K took a big chance this year and put all its hockey eggs in one basket: the Nintendo Wii. Casual hockey fans will find 2K11 an enjoyable experience, while those looking for a more serious hockey sim should probably look elsewhere.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
    NHL 2K11 box art

  • NHL Slapshot Review

    Posted: September 14, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    NHL Slapshot is a game of simple pleasures. True to its nature, it works best when you indulge in the satisfaction of swinging a stick at a puck and hearing the clack and swoosh as it hits the net. Slapshot has less to offer for those looking for pleasures that require a little more consideration. Playing hockey with EA's stick peripheral is a...

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
    NHL Slapshot box art

  • Disney Guilty Party Review

    Posted: September 8, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    Solo sleuths won't find compelling evidence to own Disney Guilty Party, a Clue-style game that's best enjoyed with nearby friends and family members. While the emphasis on completing fast-paced mini-games is somewhat disappointing, the strategy associated with outsmarting your friends makes Guilty Party worth investigating.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
    Disney Guilty Party box art

  • Metroid: Other M Review

    Posted: August 27, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    As the 11th game in the series, Other M is a bizarre collaboration between the Metroid series co-creator Yoshio Sakamoto and Team Ninja of Ninja Gaiden fame. Indeed, "odd pairings" becomes the common thread throughout the game and its clashing dualities extend to the storyline, control scheme and onscreen action.

    G4TV Rating
    2 / 5
    Metroid: Other M box art

  • Arc Rise Fantasia Review

    Posted: August 5, 2010 | 10 Comments

    Average User Rating 

    Arc Rise Fantasia is a well-build role-playing game, a turn-based adventure for the Wii imbued with clever customization and boss battles that require tactical thinking; however, the game's story, characters and setting are as unoriginal as the game mechanics are engaging.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
    Arc Rise Fantasia box art

  • Tournament of Legends Review

    Posted: July 8, 2010 | 17 Comments

    Average User Rating 

    Tournament of Legends draws its fighters from the annals of classical mythology, setting them against each other in a standard one-on-one tourney. Unfortunately the game doesn't live up to its vaguely interesting premise, with horrible controls, ugly graphics, shallow gameplay and a dearth of content all vying to be its single worst quality....

    G4TV Rating
    1 / 5
    Tournament of Legends box art

  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 Review

    Posted: June 28, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    Building on the success of its previous LEGO-based games, Traveler's Tales returns with LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4, delivering one of the most joyously whimsical and top-to-bottom enchanting experiences of the year.

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
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  • Sin & Punishment: Star Successor Review

    Posted: June 28, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    Sin & Punishment: Star Successor is an unapologetically balls-to-the-wall, did-I-just-see-that sequel to the Nintendo 64 cult classic. You have to know what you're getting into to enjoy what Treasure has put together, but for gamers who long for games to make a little less sense and embrace a little more zany, here you go.

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
    Sin & Punishment: Star Successor box art

  • Toy Story 3: The Video Game Review

    Posted: June 21, 2010 | 11 Comments

    Average User Rating 

    Toy Story 3 does something old and something new for its multiplatform debut, with an open-world toy box mode serving as the star attraction. A disappointingly short story mode and several other issues mar what could have been a blockbuster release.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
    Toy Story 3: The Video Game box art

  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 Review

    Posted: June 8, 2010 | 8 Comments

    Average User Rating 

    Return to the greens with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, which builds upon the strong foundation built by its predecessor. It's not the game-changer that PGA Tour 10 was, but the addition of first-person golfing marks one of several great refinements. You won't get a better golf game this year.

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
    Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 box art

  • Green Day: Rock Band Review

    Posted: June 8, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    Taking the excellent model established in The Beatles: Rock Band, Harmonix and Demiurge Studios have crafted a love letter to Green Day fanatics. Green Day: Rock Band does a phenomenal job helping you understand Green Day as musicians. The songs aren't particularly difficult to play, however, which means you'll need to be a serious Green Day fan...

    G4TV Rating
    4 / 5
    Green Day: Rock Band box art

  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 Review

    Posted: May 21, 2010

    Average User Rating 

    Super Mario Galaxy 2 is the culmination of over 20 years of Mario gaming into one fantastically-designed and creative platformer. It's also one of 2010's absolutely best games.

    G4TV Rating
    5 / 5
    Super Mario Galaxy 2 box art

  • Trauma Team Review

    Posted: May 7, 2010 | 7 Comments

    Average User Rating 

    Trauma Team is the latest motion-controlled medical sim in Atlus' Trauma Center series. This time out you wield the scalpels and stethoscopes of six different medical experts, making for a decent stab at variety. But not all segments work equally well, and the B-grade anime personalities may try your patience.

    G4TV Rating
    3 / 5
    Trauma Team box art

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    19,717 Views | 02:53

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