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Annually, Activision makes a fine effort to relaunch Call of Duty, going further than ever before with each installment. Call of Duty Black Ops was an excellent effort, and Black Ops 2 seeks to exceed that game in virtually every fashion.
Don and his son take a look at the sequel to last year’s figure-collecting hit, Skylanders Giants.
Review: Pid (PC, PS3, X360)November 19, 2012 -
Kyle Baron is pleasantly surprised at the nightmarish kid’s toybox that is Pid.
Halo has been Microsoft’s most successful franchise on the Xbox 360 and when Bungie decided they wanted to pack up their toys and play a new game,
Chris takes the arcade/sim hybrid Forza Horizon for a spin in the wilds of Colorado.
In the past my go to Kinect dance title has been the Dance Central Series – it has great songs, is easy to use, and the cartoon people are funny. I also have enjoyed this series in the past because all my kids can play it (even the tiny five year old) and it has a super fun battle dance mode (where I routinely beat everyone). So my previous experience has lead me here, to Dance Central 3.
While I love to dance around like a fool in my living room; I cannot in good faith recommend Just Dance 4 on the Xbox 360. While the song options are great and the graphics are fun, the inability to get past the main menu because of difficult controls (on a system designed to be idiot proof) make this game very hard to play.