The missing chapter of the Kingdom Hearts saga has finally hit the states. Series protagonist Sora turned the Keyblade on himself to save the beautiful Kairi, and has brought about the creation of Roxas–his own Nobody. Our new hero joins Organization XIII and discovers the truth behind his existence and his new found organization. After befriending the fourteenth member of the group, Roxas must discover his connection with the Organization XIII, Sora, and member Fourteen. Join in multi-player mode, and control up to four members of Organization XIII, as you link the missing pieces to the Kingdom Hearts epic.
Sora turned the Keyblade on himself in order to release Kairi’s heart
With the success of Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Team Ninja saw porting Ninja Gaiden 2 and adding high resolution graphics, new playable characters and dubbing it Sigma 2 was a no-brainer. Fortunately for us, they video game studio manages to make this game the elite version to own. Enjoy the numerous additions and slice and dice your away across 30 levels of nonstop hack-n-slash carnage. Hope your plasma can handle the color red.
Capcom’s Wii exclusive takes full advantage of Nintendo’s motion control scheme and produces a great 2-Player co-op action title for shoot’em up fans. Master devastating combos, finishing moves and power-up attacks with your upgradeable attack system and fight in epic boss battles that would make Samus break a sweat.
Portable beat-making executed in a fashionable manner. Rockstar lets upcoming and established producers create beats on-the-go with their updated version to their popular flash app, Beaterator. Teaming with Hip-Hop maestro Timbaland, the house the GTA built gives composers the opportunity to craft their own production with a collection of 1300 loops and 1700 sounds, with the option to import and export their creations. And you thought you needed high tech music equipment to get it popping.
EA’s prequel to their survival horror smash-hit makes it’s way onto the Nintendo Wii. Transformed into a light-gun adventure, Dead Space: Extraction takes the thrills up a notch, allowing gamers to wield an arsenal of new weapons and special moves (such as telekinesis), to stun and dismember monsters with the Wii’s motion controls. Horror is redefined once again.