Review: March 2008 Archives

Brain Challenge Review

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Publisher: Gameloft
Developer: Gameloft

Platforms: Xbox 360, Wii, Mobile and iPod
Reviewed on Xbox 360

Perform daily mental exercises to sharpen your wits and flex your logical functions with Gameloft's latest entrant into the brain exercise genre of puzzle games.

Iridium Runners Review

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Publisher: SouthPeak Games
Developer: Playstos Entertainment

Platform: PlayStation 2
Reviewed on PlayStation 2

Around the year 2010, a massive glitch caused the loss of all computer data, paving the way for a comically dystopian corporate future. At the same time, researchers managed a marvelous breakthrough, discovering how to derive nearly unlimited energy from Iridium. With plentiful energy and corporate sponsorship, new sports emerged. By 2050, most team sports have vanished, and a futuristic footrace now dominates the athletic scene: the Iridium Championship.

Publisher: Telltale Games
Developer: Telltale Games

Platform: PC
Reviewed on PC

Windows System Requirements: 800 MHz Processor, 256 MB RAM, 32 MB video card, Windows XP or more recent operating system

Bosco, the paranoid and surly proprietor of Bosco's Inconvenience recently disappeared, and it looks like he's gone a lot further than just some secret hidey-hole. Working with their neighbor and private dick Flint Paper to locate Bosco, Sam & Max stumble upon a secret so large it might lead to the true identity of "T-H-E-M"!

Publisher: Sony
Developer: High Impact Games/Sony

Platforms: PSP and PlayStation 2
Reviewed on PlayStation 2

After saving the universe countless times, Ratchet and Clank are finally enjoying that hard-earned vacation on the beach. When a little girl pesters the duo for an autograph and an action photograph, how could they refuse? Of course, when that same little girl is kidnapped by robots, R&C get drawn into a mystery revolving around the tiny, legendary, ancient robots called the Technomites, reportedly responsible for the galaxy's most advanced technology. But are the tiny technological geniuses a boon to the galaxy, or a terrifying threat?

N+ Review

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Publisher: Metanet Software
Developer: Slick Entertainment

Platform: Xbox360
Reviewed on Xbox360

"You are a ninja.

"Like all ninjas, you have an unquenchable thirst for gold, a natural propensity for exploring rooms infested by lethal ninja-killing robots and a devout belief in N.

"N, 'the way of the ninja,' is a highly advanced system of spiritual, cognitive and physical training.

"It emphasizes pacifism, humility and the need to traverse a series of 5 rooms before the end of your lifetime; a feat known only as 'beating an episode.'

"In accordance with the teachings, it is your profound hope, nameless ninja, to achieve ultimate mastery of N."

Publisher: Warashi Inc.
Developer: Warashi Inc.

Platform: Xbox 360
Reviewed on Xbox 360

The most powerful weapon humanity has created is the "Triggerheart." Triggerhearts are weapon systems that happen to look like young, anime-style girls. Never mind that they show a lot of leg... they can level city blocks with an array of cybernetic weaponry! Two of those Triggerhearts (Triggerheart Exelica and Triggerheart Crueltear) are all that stand between an invasion by the Ver'mith and humanity's extinction.

Company: ezGear
Platform: PlayStation 3 (also works with the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 2)

The ezJam Wireless Guitar is the logical evolutionary step from ezJam's original ezJam S-10, a wireless version of a refined guitar controller with two sets of fret bars. One set of fret bars is similar to other conventional guitar controllers, but the controller also sports a second set of fret bars, smaller and closer to the strum bar.

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