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Now on PS2: Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. This epic adventure features a massive non-linear storyline penned by an award-winning writing team, professional character voice acting and production, and an all-new soundtrack with the in-game radio stations that GTA made famous. It's a full 3D experience with amazing visuals, new lighting and shading models, and real-time reflections. There are a million stories in Liberty City. This one changes everything.
The long-awaited, eagerly anticipated Nintendo DS Lite is almost here, and it sounds like it will be worth the long wait. The DS Lite is significantly smaller and lighter than the original DS, with longer battery life. New features include brighter screens with 4 brightness settings, a bigger stylus, and built-in Wi-Fi that lets you play wirelessly against your friends. You can play GBA games and DS games on the DS Lite.
You read the book. You saw the movie. Still can't get enough? Get The Da Vinci Code video game. With new experiences and locations not visited in the book or film, you will solve mysteries and puzzles that go beyond anything you have seen or read. The game combines stealth, chases, combat, cryptic puzzles, and exploration with detailed environments (The Louvre, Westminster Abbey, and more). Rated T for Teen. See also: Da Vinci... more
The Sony PSP is at the top of many high school graduates' wish lists, but you don't have that kind of cash. (If you did, you'd be buying yourself one). But if the kid already has a PSP, or you know he's going to get one from someone else, you can still win major points as Coolest Relative with Griffin's iTrip PSP. It transmits sound from the PSP to any FM radio -... more
If you have a wireless controller for your Xbox 360, you need this quick charge kit. It comes with a rechargeable battery, so ideally you can have one charging while you're wearing down the other one playing Tomb Raider: Legend. The kit can charge one battery in less than 2 hours, or 2 batteries in less than 4 hours. Each charged battery is good for up to 25 hours of game play. More... more
What's even hotter than Angelina Jolie? An animated dual-pistol-wielding version of her as Lara Croft, kicking butt in Tomb Raider: Legend, which comes out this week. Lara uses her physical prowess to combine gunplay, unique signature moves, and an arsenal of modern equipment (magnetic grappling device, binoculars, frag grenades, communications equipment, and more). Raiding tombs has never been this intense.
Ever dream of racing motorcycles? Now you can, sort of. From the developers of Gran Turismo comes Tourist Trophy, a motorcycle racing game that captures the fluid movement of man and machine like never before. Ride more than 100 different bikes - BMW, Honda, Ducati, Buell, Kawasaki, Triumph and more - and compete on more than 35 international courses (closed-circuit and city tracks). Choose single-player mode or two-player battle.
A demonic army charges through the land - and only you can stop them. In Oblivion, the latest chapter in the epic and highly successful Elder Scrolls saga, you must find the lost heir to the throne and unravel the sinister plot that threatens to destroy all of Tamriel. The game features next generation graphics, radiant AI, short challenges, and open-ended game play.
Test your combat skills in the greatest air battles of World War II. Blazing Angels lets you fly 40 different WWII aircraft as you bomb the enemy, in an environment so authentic you'll feel like you're a pilot in a WWII movie. Fly with, and be defended by, the squadron of Blazing Angels under your command. You can play with up to 16 players online with Xbox Live. Other hot releases this week:
Discover the future of military science in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter. The game lets you test advanced weapon systems and satellite communication devices, and gives you enhanced survivability in the heart of Mexico City. Command the Ghost squad, direct artillery and air strikes, and see what the squad sees by receiving visual and auditory intel from allied forces and unmanned drones. It's the urban war of the future.
Relive 1990s pro football and hockey action with this 2-player set from EA Sports. Just plug it right into the TV (no game console required) and enjoy Madden '95 and NHL '95 on the Sega Genesis-like controller. Choose from 59 teams and play entire seasons as you head for the Super Bowl or Stanley Cup. It runs on AA batteries and costs just $29.99. More plug and play video games.
With innovative Swing Stick technology, astounding Pure Motion Physics, and the distinguished vocal talents of play-by-play broadcaster Jon Miller and Hall of Fame legend Joe Morgan, Major League Baseball 2K6 is the official video game of MLB. Take the virtual baseball experience to the next level with interactive umpire challenges and realistic player collisions on the infield and outfield.
You and your Sims are takin' care of business and workin' overtime in The Sims 2: Open for Business, a Sims 2 expansion pack that came out this week. Design your own store (salon, restaurant, boutique), train your employees, fire the slackers, promote the good ones, and sell lots of stuff as your business grows. We wonder if you can put this on a business school application.
If you can see it, you can shoot it in Black, a new first-person shooter for PS2 and Xbox, where the guns are the stars in the war on terror. Go deep into the world of clandestine warfare as you use any means necessary to get the job done. Black operatives don't hide in shadows or sneak behind walls - they destroy the wall, enemy, and anything else that gets in their way.
The latest Super Monkey Ball game, Touch & Roll, is now available for Nintendo DS. Control the ball directly with your stylus, as you roll through the 120 stages in Challenge Mode, get up to speed in Practice Mode, or review your glory in Replay Mode. It comes with six party games, including the all-new Monkey Wars and Monkey Air Hockey. And with the DS Download function, you can have up to 3 friends... more
After you take the kids to see the Curious George movie, pick up a copy of the video game, where George causes trouble in uniquely reactive 3D environments. Unlock special mini-games, film clips, movie tunes, and more. Loads of bonus content will keep you playing long after the main quest is solved. Rated E for Everyone.
Available this week: World Soccer Winning Eleven 9. Play with and against the world's best players and teams - and combine their individual strengths to create a Winning Eleven. The graphics and gameplay are so realistic that you'll almost feel like you're out on the pitch! The game features new animations, new clubs and leagues, a refined Master League, and online play for the first time.
Work out some aggression with a first-person shooter game. Shooting paintballs. Greg Hastings' Tournament Paintball Max'd comes out this week for GBA and Nintendo DS. The game featuers 185 all-new fields, 29 unique real-life locations, "breakout play calling and design," and a soundtrack featuring BReal and members of Limp Bizkit. If the game isn't realistic enough for you, we've got tons of real paintball supplies.
You don't have to watch TV (or go to Italy) to experience all the thrills of the Winter Olympics. Torino 2006, the official video game of the XX Olympic Winter Games, comes out this week for Xbox, PS2, and PC. Compete in 15 different events (8 different sports) on realistic wintry landscapes, as commentators, TV cameras, and spectators watch you go for the gold.
You are a young OSS officer who discovers that the Russians plan to obtain Germany's advanced weapon technology. Road to Berlin takes you into the heart of combat in WWII-era Europe, for a secret mission that will decide the outcome of the war. Use M1 Thompson submachine guns, Panzerfaust rocket launchers, and more to prevent Nazi Germany from developing a nuclear weapon.