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  • Animal Crossing City Folk (Nintendo Wii)

    Nintendo's grand, animal-filled sandbox franchise makes its way to Wii gamers in this updated remake of one of the GameCube's most popular titles. Animal Crossing: City Folk retains all of the relaxed rural atmosphere of the original and adds a metropolitan twist, letting players take a bus to the new urban city area, where they can to catch a show at the theatre or go shopping at fancy boutiques. As always, the series unfolds in real time, so gamers can go trick-or-treating at Halloween, build a snowman in the winter, and watch fireworks in the hot summer months. Relationship building remains a crucial part of the Animal Crossing experience in City Folk, as players can befriend their neighbors by exchanging letters, gifts, and favors. As in the GameCube version, up to four gamers can live and work in the
  • Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 (Nintendo Wii)

    The 2011 edition of Dangerous Hunts challenges players to conquer the world's most ferocious predators, using only their wits, their knowledge of the wilderness, and a selection of Cabela's top-quality outdoor gear. As in earlier versions of the game, the situations are more extreme than in other Cabela's hunting titles, as players find themselves in desperate kill-or-be-killed situations designed to test the skills, mettle, and luck of any would-be outdoors-man. In the game's Story Mode, players take the role of Cole Rainsford, who travels to Africa to hunt animals that have been attacking people in remote villages. Players face off against unnaturally aggressive wolves, bears, lions, crocodiles, and other dangerous beasts, in tense, first-person shooter battles. Dangerous Hunts also features a "Shooting Gallery" mode, with a number of multiplayer options. The console game is specially designed for play with the Top Shot Elite, a pump-action gun
  • Carnival Games (Nintendo Wii)

    Designed for families and children of all ages, Carnival Games brings home all the excitement and fanfare of a day at the carnival. Carnival Games is designed for up to four players and features over 25 of the most popular games seen in midways and boardwalks throughout the world, including Clown Splash, Milk Can Toss, Nerves of Steel, Lucky Cups, Hoops, Day at the Races and the crowd-favorite Dunk Tank. To add to the festivities, you can win over 250 unique, upgradeable virtual prizes in Carnival Games, from a goldfish to a giant stuffed animal twice as big as you are. Additionally, you can win rewards to customize your in-game characters, ranging from a Pirate's wardrobe to Viking horns.
  • Carnival Games Mini Golf (Nintendo Wii)

    The surprise success of Carnival Games has led to its first spin-off with Carnival Games: Mini-Golf. Included are nine abbreviated courses inspired by popular amusement park attractions. A total of 27 holes are spread across such themed areas as "Prehistoric Times," "Wild West," "Pirate's Cove," "Amazon Jungle," "Fairytale Land," "Egyptian Pyramids," and "Haunted Mansion." Each area features action-based challenges that will have you sinking pirate ships, dodging alligators, shooting ghosts, and more. Top performances will earn you more than 100 prizes to customize your 3D characters, from clothing items to golf equipment. Three play options include single player, multiplayer, and "Barker Challenge." The latter involves competing against Carnival Bob for the mini-golf championship.
  • Disney Universe (Nintendo Wii)

    Dress up as more than 40 Disney film characters and battle enemies, leap across platforms, and solve puzzles in Disney Universe. Rather than directly controlling an animated hero or villain from a particular movie, you'll play as a cartoon-like humanoid with a large head, tiny body, and colorful skin tone. Each character must select the costume of a major or minor Disney star, from Mike Wazowski and Stitch to Pumbaa and Nemo. The third-person action involves teaming up with three other friends to defeat enemies while exploring six worlds inspired by animated and live-action films from Disney and Pixar, including Aladdin, Pirates of the Caribbean, Monsters, Inc., Wall-E, The Lion King, and Alice in Wonderland. Your goal is to complete a series of objectives that follow the storylines of each featured film. Fallen foes will drop coins that can be used to purchase
  • EA Sports Active (Nintendo Wii)

    EA Sports Active is a fitness simulation, very much in the vein of Nintendo's Wii Fit, that aims to get gamers off of the couch and into a calorie-burning exercise regimen. The game offers more than 20 different activities, broken down into upper-body, lower-body, and cardio exercises, and players can customize their particular routine to meet their own preferences and personal fitness goals. Those looking for more guidance can choose the "30 Day Challenge," a month-long, trainer-driven series of 20-minute workout circuits that keep track of intensity, calories burned, and overall progress. The circuits are designed to offer a different combination of activities from each of the three disciplines, so gamers may go for a run one day, and then follow it up with bicep curls, shoulder presses, or cardio boxing the next. EA Sports Active comes with a resistance band to
  • Family Party 30 Great Games (Nintendo Wii)

    As its name implies, Family Party: 30 Great Games is a collection of 30 mini-games designed to be accessible to players of all ages. Gamers can choose to play with a dozen different characters as they take part in a variety of themed games, including: track & field games, playground games, coordination games, carnival games, brain games, and strength games. The "Battle" mode lets players go head-to-head against computer opponents, while the "Challenge" mode pits four friends against one another in competitions to determine the best plate-spinner, soccer player, archer, and rope climber, among other disciplines.
  • Final Fantasy Fables Chocobos Dungeon (Nintendo Wii)

    Chocobo and Cid, Final Fantasy mainstays-turned-treasure hunters, are magically transported to a mysterious town whose people's memories are lost with each bell toll of the clocktower. One day, a strange boy named Raffaello arrives and creates dungeons of memories to help the townspeople remember who they are. Now it’s up to Chocobo to journey through the dungeons and retrieve everyone’s memories! Veteran character designer Toshiyuki Itahana delivers a uniquely compelling visual world in which a cast of beloved Final Fantasy characters leads players through an immersive storyline. The game boasts intuitive Wii controls, adorable characters, an intricate story, and a versatile job system. Chocobo takes on trademark job classes from the franchise such as black mage, knight, and scholar. Players can unlock more jobs as they progress through the game. The ever-changing dungeons and unexpected twists and turns offer hours of engrossing gameplay
  • Furu Furu Park (Nintendo Wii)

    Wii gamers get another collection of motion-sensitive mini-games in Furu Furu Park. Featuring 30 arcade-style games, including classics like Arkanoid and Bubble Bobble, as well as original titles like "Pinch Hitter" and "Super Karate," Furu Furu Park is designed to encapsulate the full range of motion possible with a Wii Remote. Single-player modes include Free Battle, which lets gamers try any of the 30 mini-games, and Challenge Mode, which asks players to pick five mini-games and complete them in succession. Players can also grab a friend and compete for fun in Free Play Mode, for the highest score in Challenge Mode, or for the affection of a female in Love Challenge.
  • Ghost Squad (Nintendo Wii)

    Sega's popular light-gun arcade game makes its Wii debut with four-player support and added content. As in the 2004 coin-op, a secretive Special Forces unit known as the Ghost Squad is sent by the United Nations to neutralize a terrorist threat. The Wii Remote is used to shoot down enemies, rescue hostages, and disarm explosives throughout three missions of play. Twenty-five weapons can be unlocked, ranging from pistols and shotguns to assault rifles and submachine guns. Hand-to-hand moves are also supported for close quarters combat. Other terrorist-thwarting tools at your disposal include night vision, thermo vision, and when all else fails, a simple flashlight. While the console version still only features three missions, Ghost Squad on Wii offers new modes and features over the arcade game. Each mission, for example, offers multiple levels, alternate routes, day and night variants, secret costumes to unlock, and other surprises, allowing
  • Last Story Collectors Edition (Nintendo Wii)

    Directed by Hironobu Sakaguchi, famed creator of the Final Fantasy franchise, The Last Story aims to combine the mood and character development of traditional Japanese RPGs with the more streamlined gameplay of the stealth, strategy, and shooting genres. Players join the sword-wielding mercenary Zael, the noble magician Calista, and a handful of companions as they help the humans of Lazulis Island battle the malevolent Gurak race. Skirmishes come in various forms, with Zael capable of performing stealth attacks or snapping to cover and firing crossbow projectiles. Gamers can issue attack or heal commands to their companions, or use the "gathering" ability to attract all foes in the vicinity so they can be more easily dispatched, and all characters gain experience and level up as they battle. The Last Story includes an online multiplayer component, offering as many as six people the chance to team up and battle
  • Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword with CD (Nintendo Wii)

    Float into the clouds as you step into the world of action and adventure in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Limited Edition) Gold Remote Bundle action game. In this Nintendo Wii video game you have to not only solve puzzles, but also escape deadly traps. After finding your way to each dungeon, the fiendish enemies of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword bring forth more intriguing and challenging puzzles to solve. This action game provides an amazing intuitive play control, thanks to the Wii MotionPlus technology. Gameplay subtleties make this Nintendo Wii video game addictive and hard to put down.
  • 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.
  • Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga (Nintendo Wii)

    Building on the success of both LEGO Star Wars blockbuster videogames, LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga enables families to play through the events of all six Star Wars movies in one videogame for the first time ever, complete with LEGO building action and minifigure humor. Solve puzzle that encourage creative thinking through the use of teamwork and unique building situations only possible in a LEGO galaxy far, far away. Features new levels, new characters, and new game features including enhanced Force powers, new powerups and a new Challenge Mode.
  • 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.

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