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  • Kingdom Hearts II (PlayStation 2)

    The surprising collaboration between Disney and Square Enix returns in this follow-up to 2002's sleeper hit, Kingdom Hearts. Players will guide an older and more powerful Sora along with unlikely pals Goofy and Donald Duck in multiple worlds based on classic and contemporary Disney films. The action once again follows a party of three characters as they fight enemies, solve puzzles, and explore their cinematic surroundings from a third-person perspective. New features include a retooled camera system and a revamped combat engine. The viewpoint is set farther back than in the original game, allowing players to see more of their surroundings, with the right analog stick used to further adjust the perspective. Kingdom Hearts II no longer includes platform jumping, focusing instead on the real-time combat. Sora can now perform double-team attacks and absorb the party's powers to transform
  • Kingdom Hearts RE Chain of Memories (PlayStation 2)

    Sora, Donald and Goofy travel down a long road that meanders through endless fields, and come to a crossroads. As Sora stands in the crossroads, he gazes up at the night sky and thinks of his lost friends. Just then, a mysterious man approaches from down one of the branching paths. "Ahead lies something you need," he says, "but to claim it, you must lose something dear." The man vanishes before a single path, leading to a castle that eerily resembles a girl's drawing...In the coming journey, what will Sora and his companions gain, and what will they lose? Kingdom Hearts: RE: Chain of Memories is a fully 3D remake of the Game Boy Advance title with a newly-redesigned battle system (based on the KHII Reaction system), new cards, new boss battles, new game scenes, and full cinematics and voice dialog.

  • Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past (Super Nintendo) SNES

    The third game in the legendary Zelda series (after The Legend of Zelda and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link for the NES), The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is widely regarded as one of the greatest games of all time for any console. The storyline, which involves rescuing Princess Zelda and seven other maidens (each locked in a away in a different dungeon), is engrossing, the Light and Dark Worlds (which you can teleport between using a Magic Mirror) are filled with secrets, traps and puzzles, the battle system is tight, and the interfacing and mapping system is convenient and easy to use. Link begins the game empty handed but will soon find a sword and shield and will eventually discover numerous other items, including many new to the series, such as the Pegasus Boots, the aforementioned mirror, and a grappling hook.
  • Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass (Nintendo DS)

    In The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, using the help of a local fairy players must navigate Link through a world of ocean and islands to save his friend Tetra. Using the stylus, gamers draw lines to direct characters and ships on the screen, and then follow the group as they travel to the designated area. The world map can be called down from the top screen at any time, and players may save information by using the stylus to add notes and edits to the cartogram. The plastic pen is also used in combat to draw out attacks, and to send the boomerang in a designated direction. On the water, players can depict paths from cannons to oncoming enemies, and blow obstacles out of the ocean. Friends may compete against each other in a multi-player wireless game of finding Force Gems.
  • Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess (Nintendo Wii)

    Link, a young man raised as a wrangler in a small, rural village, is ordered by the mayor to attend the Hyrule Summit. He sets off, oblivious to the dark fate that has descended upon the kingdom. When he enters the Twilight Realm that has covered Hyrule, he transforms into a wolf and is captured. A mysterious figure named Midna helps him break free, and with the aid of her magic, they set off to free the land from the shadows. Link must explore the vast land of Hyrule and uncover the mystery behind its plunge into darkness. For Nintendo's long-awaited Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, the designers have split the game into two versions -- one for GameCube, and one specially designed to make use of the Wii utilizing the powers of the Wii controller for all-new ways of exploring Hyrule.
  • Lethal Enforcers II Gun Fighters (Sega CD)

    This shooter game brings captures the arcade version better than ever. With super digitized graphics, better character movement, and awesome CD quality music and effects, you'll be in the center of the action as Sheriff of this small Wild West town. The five levels are the bank robbery, the stagecoach holdup, the saloon showdown, the train robbery, and the hideout. Earn bonus stages and shoot out bottles lined up or have a showdown at sunset. You're armed with more than just a six-shooter; you also have a shotgun, a Gatling gun, a 12 round rifle, and even a cannon to prove your point. Your biggest challenge here is to survive; you have to be a quick draw and a straight shot to do that.
  • Littlest Pet Shop Jungle (Nintendo DS)

    Part of a simultaneous three-game release, Littlest Pet Shop: Jungle lets up to four young gamers enter the world of the popular Hasbro toy series and take care of 20 different pets. Players can collect cute and cuddly creatures then guide them around a thriving jungle, a winter wonderland, a pet shop pizza parlor, and a vegetable-filled garden in search of fun and challenging mini-games. There are more than 15 mini-games in all, and gamers who perform well can unlock new pets, play areas, and more than 100 accessories such as hats, scarves, and glasses.

  • Lunar Dragon Song (Nintendo DS)

    Lunar: Dragon Song is a departure from the longstanding role-playing game series, which debuted on Sega CD before seeing enhanced remakes on the original PlayStation. For its DS debut, Lunar: Dragon Song takes place 1,000 years before the events chronicled in 1993's Lunar: The Silver Star Story. Players take control of young Jian as he stumbles upon a frightening discovery in the peaceful world of Lunar: a demonic invasion. Jian vows to stop the threat to his homeland with the help of plucky friends Gabryel, Lucia, Flora, and Rufus. Together the party will vanquish an assortment of evil spirits in turn-based combat, while searching high and low for battle cards that will further enhance each party member's abilities. Special DS features include touch-screen movement, microphone support for issuing commands, and
  • Madagascar Escape 2 Africa (Nintendo Wii)

    Similar to the original Madagascar game, Escape 2 Africa plays out in a series of platform levels, featuring exploration, collection quests, and light combat. Players change characters to fit the challenge. Gloria can knock over enemies with her size, and she's also an excellent swimmer. Melman has special healing powers, and the ability to toss objects great distances. When there's a need for speed, Marty's the right zebra for the job, and Alex is a good choice for platform exploration, with his special ability to climb poles and vines. New characters introduced in the sequel, such as King Julian and Moto Moto, offer their own special abilities and bonuses, and the penguins are back as well. Also like the original game, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa features a selection of mini-games for single players or a whole family, including soccer,
  • Madagascar Kartz (Nintendo Wii)

    Jump behind the wheel and drive yourself wild as you play as Alex, Marty, Gloria, Melman, King Julien or those crafty penguins! You can power-up and perform zany jumps, outlandish flips, and radical rolls on amazing tracks from the world of Madagascar, including the New York City Zoo, the plane crash site, the volcano, plus many more. Keep an edge on your wild competitors with cool pickups, such as power boosts, obstacles, and projectiles. DreamWorks' Madagascar Kartz features split-screen head-to-head multiplayer action, allowing up to four players to go bananas and race locally against one another in Championship, Quick Race and Time Trial modes.
  • Madden NFL 06 (PlayStation 2)

    Although thousands of them already line up each August to catch the latest edition of gaming's most recognized annual title, it's safe to say that football fans and sports gamers will have an even harder time passing on the "06" version of Madden NFL. This edition of the long-running series introduces a few changes and additions, designed to make the challenges of executing on offense feel more realistic than ever before. The most obvious changes to this year's edition come in the passing game, which introduces a gameplay features based on quarterback-specific attributes. Most notable is the new "Vision Cone," which simulates the QB's field of view with a highlighted cone that fans out in the direction of the current intended receiver. The feature is designed to force the player on offense to commit earlier in the play, and to telegraph his passes much more realistically than in
  • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (Nintendo DS)

    Gaming's most recognizable personalities return to internationally celebrated athletic competition in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. Following their 2008-based summer games outing in Beijing, the two mascots and their corporately aligned teams head to Vancouver for the 2010 games, to do their best in cold weather sports such as alpine skiing, speed skating, snowboarding, and bobsled. The game features all the playable characters that competed in Mario & Sonic's original summer games, as well as new personas, such as Metal Sonic and Donkey Kong. Each character is rated in three basic areas -- speed, power, and skill -- so different characters excel in different events. The game features adjustable difficulty settings and other options, designed to make play accessible for competitors of all ages and skill levels,
  • Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo Wii)

    The original kart racer is back on track with a motion-controlled edition for Wii. The 2008 release features classic characters, courses, and cups from previous Mario Kart games, both on consoles and handhelds. New tracks and championships are available as well, along with a new vehicle type. For the first time in the series, characters can race motorbikes as well as go-karts. Bikes can perform wheelies, and mid-air tricks add a speed boost upon landing. Many of the series' other classic power-ups return to the circuit in abundance, with plenty of koopa shells, bobombs, and invincibility stars. Several control schemes are available, making use of the Wii Remote (with or without the snap-on steering wheel handle), the classic GCN controller or Wavebird, or the Wii's Classic Controller add-on. Following the lead of the DS version of the game, Mario Kart for Wii supports
  • Mario Party (Nintendo DS)

    Mario and friends take the festivities to the DS in this full-fledged entry in the madcap Mario Party series. Bowser has used his powerful "minimizer" gun to shrink all eight playable characters, which means the boards and mini-games are literally larger than life. Five themed boards range from Wiggler's Garden to Bowser's Pinball Machine, each filled with traps, surprises, and shortcuts. An overhead view of the board appears on the top screen, with the 3D version displayed on the bottom. Once again the goal is to earn the most stars after a set amount of turns. Landing on a colored space triggers a random mini-game, which might be played alone, in teams, or against up to three characters simultaneously. More than 70 mini-games are included in total, many of which incorporate stylus and microphone use, whether it's slicing a giant cucumber or blowing
  • Medal of Honor (PlayStation)

    The year is 1944. On the eve of what will be known ever after as the D-day invasion, the Air Transport Corps initiated the largest drop of troops yet seen by the Allied Forces. The plan couldn't have gone any worse: planes flew past their targets, those that came close were quickly shot down, and the inclement weather made it difficult to see where the pilots were heading. Yet in the midst of this colossal failure, a glimmer of hope emerged. A 24-year-old Lieutenant by the name of Jimmy Patterson persevered through the chaos and made sure that his regiment reached its scheduled drop zone. At least until his C-47 transport plane was cut to shreds by enemy fire. Faced with a group of injured men and harrowing odds, Patterson took it upon himself to fend off repeated attacks from German patrols until help arrived. When all
  • Metal Gear Solid 2 Sons of Liberty (PlayStation 2)

    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty is the fourth entry in Konami's Metal Gear series and continues to follow the exploits of Solid Snake, a legendary mercenary who's already foiled three devious and bizarre plots involving various incarnations of Metal Gear, a bipedal, nuclear-capable robot whose existence threatens to destabilize an already jittery near-future world. In Metal Gear Solid 2, Solid Snake is working for a fringe group known as Philanthropy, an organization devoted to the destruction of Metal Gear projects around the world. Thanks to the fallout from Snake's previous mission on Shadow Moses Island, any country with a decent bankroll now has access to Metal Gear technology. To combat this problem, the Marines have developed a new Metal Gear, known as Metal Gear Ray. Snake's mission is to infiltrate a tanker headed out to sea and obtain proof of the existence of this new

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