This game probably needs no introduction. It’s definitely a contender for Game of the Year, with its main rival being Black Ops 2. Developed by Danger Close and published by EA, the fourteenth instalment of Medal of Honor runs on DICE’s Frostbite 2 Engine, the same as Battlefield 3. The PC version only supports Windows Vista/7 and DirectX 10 & 11.
The main cause of interest for Warfighter is the multiplayer. Everyone knows what its about now, with the beta being released recently. The main thing in multiplayer are the multiple factions: Australian SASR, Bosnia & Herzegovina (Yet to be announced what force), Canadian JTF2, German KSK, Norwegian FSK, Polish GROM, Russian Spetsnaz, South Korean UDT/SEALs, Swedish SOG, British SAS and US SEALS, Delta Force and OGA (CIA). Every different nationality have their own specialities – you will just have to play it and find out! There is also deep customization for both player appearance and the players weapon.
This open-world game is based around a fictitious event set in Colorado, USA called the Horizon Festival. The aim of the game is to progress through the game by means of obtaining wristbands by driving fast, destroying property, winning races and other driving antics. It is set to feature the physics of Forza 4, which has been optimised to work on the 65 variants of terrain present in the game. While doing a point-to-point race, it has been revealed that one of them is going up against a biplane, with a picture confirming this, (It is a Ferrari F40 vs a biplane).
Sigh. Yet another game that has been out in Asia for a year and a half, which means it must have done slightly well for it to still be exported over here after all this time. It sold 117,000 on the first day alone. The fifth game in the Professor Layton franchise has 150 built in puzzles, and over 360 downloadable over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. It is however, claimed that the game could make more use of the 3D element of the 3DS.
This is the sequel to Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo, which was released for the original DS. You have to build attractions in the Moshi Monsters theme park to rescue scattered Moshlings. There are mini-games to unlock new content, hidden codes, hints and tips to complete the search for the 60 lost Moshlings.
Super Monkey Ball is such a long-standing series, and it has returned to the shelves for Playstation Vita. With the power of time travel, you have to manage the monkeys momentum as you navigate narrow ledges, moving platforms and a lot more challenging obstacles. It has over 100 stages spread across five worlds: Jungle, Clay, Wood, Metal & Cardboard. You can even make your own stages using the PS Vita camera feature and share it! It also has Wi-Fi enabled multiplayer and a GPS function to compare to local and global leaderboards.
FIFA Manager 13 is pretty much the same as all previous FIFA Manager titles. A demo was released on the 23rd of October. It is available on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.
With the fourth instalment in the series, RollerCoaster Tycoon is finally portable and it’s also in 3D! I think we can expect some exciting things with this being on a 3DS!
Smart As… reminds me of the Brain Training for DS. This game features 20 brain training games and augmented reality challenges. You can challenge your PSN or Facebook friends with logic, arithmetic, observation and language puzzles. Every city, country, and even the world have their own IQ leaderboards!
Perfect game for kids! This spin off of the popular Just Dance series has now released a Disney version! Dance to all the songs from films / TV Shows such as Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Peter Pan and Wizards of Waverley Place.
You can buy all of these and more at GameStop – Yes, we can now buy from GameStop in the UK!
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