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Baby Monkey (Going Backwards on a Pig) Game Review

Baby Monkey (going backwards on a pig) is exactly what the name suggests. If that’s not enough to pique your curiosity, how about a catchy theme song you won’t be able to get out of your head?

LEGO Universe – Cool Kids Games

LEGO Universe is a massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) that was launched in October 2010 by Warner Brothers. Although the game is rated for players age 10 and up, it also appeals to adults who are gamers and who have grown up with LEGO. Players are able to play in two different worlds for free, though universal access to all features requires a monthly $10 subscription. Players download the game from the LEGO Universe website and then access the game on secure servers. The game is available in English and German.

Batman: Arkham City – Worth The Wait?

In light of the upcoming PC release date for Batman: Arkham City (confirmed by WB to be November 22 for the US and various other dates for the rest of the world) – it’s probably as good a time as any to remind the PC folks that yes – it is worth the wait if you don’t have a 360 or PS3. Like any other self-respecting geek, I preordered the 360 version from Best Buy, which netted me the Robin skin for challenge mode only. Bit disappointing, that – I remember pre-ordering Metroid Prime: Echoes back in the Gamecube…

The Dead Island Game Review

The name itself is a definition of terror and adventure, and Dead Island games is much more than that. The video game was developed by Tech land and has become an instant rage for players all over the world. The game was developed for Microsoft windows, PlayStation, etc and cam be assessed on most gaming interfaces.

Math Blaster – Cool Math Games

Math Blaster is a massively multi-player online game (MMOG) that was launched in 2011 by Knowledge Adventure. This mathematics-based game is rated for players from age 6 to 12. The company also has another online game called Jump Start that is aimed at pre-school children. Parents who sign their children up for membership at Math Blaster get the Jump Start program for free. As with many other online games, children can play Math Blaster for free; however, universal access to all features requires a monthly $5 subscription. Players download the game’s application from the Math Blaster website and then access the game on secure servers. The game is available in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

Latest Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3: 2011 Amazon User Reviews – Christmas Gifts for Guys

This Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 review is a review of the First-Person shooter game which has been tipped to be best selling computer game, if not gift in general this Christmas after MW2, its predecessor which wracked up over a billion dollars in sales in the first 48 hours of its release. Priced at approximately $50 this gift would surely make any gamer chuffed to bits whether it’s your brother, boyfriend, husband, son or dad.

Moshi Monsters – Kids Virtual Worlds

Moshi Monsters is a social networking online game that was launched in April 2008 by the British media company Mind Candy. The site is aimed at children aged 7 to 12. The foundation of the site is the player’s ability to adopt and take care of a virtual pet. Pets appear in the form of cute and cuddly non-threatening monsters – much like cuddly stuffed animals. Although members can adopt pet monsters, the site also offers games to play, a chat room and branded merchandise…

Mortal Kombat 9: Video Game for PS3 and Xbox 360: Gameplay Overview

This version provides a greater challenge to players as gameplay has become more challenging. The characters transform into animals just before wiping out their opponents and four new stages have been added to the game.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Video Game: Gameplay Overview

This video game can be enjoyed by children of all ages. It is Kinect compatible for gamers who have a Wii or Xbox 360, which means that young gamers can engage in very vigorous gameplay with loads of third person shooting. As the graphics capture the characters extremely well, you will feel like you are actually there in the scenes.

Assassin’s Creed Revelations: Video Game Review!

When purchasing new video games, Assassin’s Creed Revelations video game reviews have been quite high by gamers who have come to love the series of games, and have stated that it is better than the second game in the series, Assassin’s Creed II. Continuing to read this entire article will give you further insight into the pro’s and con’s of this video game.

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