Halo: Combat Evolved -- Anniversary [Xbox 360]

Released to commemorate the ten-year anniversary of Microsoft's seminal gaming franchise, Halo: Combat Evolved -- Anniversary offers re-mastered sound and visuals, seven of the most popular multiplayer maps in franchise history, full achievement support, and online co-op via Xbox Live. In the most obvious sense, the "Halo" is a space station built in the shape of an enormous rotating wheel. As the wheel spins, it creates centrifugal force that mimics gravity on its inner rim. An entire world exists inside this wheel, with huge developed structures and vast, open landscapes. But something else exists in the Halo as well -- something mysterious and powerful. All that is really known is that a force of alien invaders is desperate to find it and they are leaving death and destruction in the wake of their search. This mystery of Halo must be solved and the aliens must be vanquished, before they find what they are looking for and destroy us all. Some of the basic themes and plot points in Halo may be familiar to gamers who have played Marathon, Bungie's successful first-person shooter which was released in 1992 for the Macintosh platform. Among other elements, Marathon is known for intelligent level design and a deep, intriguing story. Though Halo should not be considered a sequel to Marathon, the two share common plot elements and have related back-stories. Initial development of Halo was done simultaneously for the Macintosh, the PC, and the Xbox.~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide


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Halo: Combat Evolved -- Anniversary [Xbox 360]
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Royal Envoy: Collector's Edition

Don’t miss these exclusive Collector’s Edition extras!

• Comprehensive guide

• Authentic artwork

• Insider info about how the characters were created

• Original soundtracks

• Magnificent desktop wallpapers

• Over 90 challenging levels with 8 bonus quests

Take the King's challenge! Save the wonderful land of countless islands from the merciless forces of nature. Construct and upgrade homes and buildings for the island citizens, and become the chief city planner of marvelous Islandshire. Think your way to triumph in this challenging and mesmerizing game of pirates, treasure and hot-air balloon adventures!

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Royal Envoy: Collector's Edition

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Royal Envoy: Collector's Edition

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Crackdown XBox 360

Part Grand Theft Auto, part City of Heroes, Crackdown is a freeform action game set in a futuristic, crime-ridden metropolis known as Pacific City. As one of eight operatives from a law enforcement branch known as the "Agency," players seek to stop three dominant gangs and their leaders by undertaking a series of missions, side quests, and mini-games. Players control a genetically enhanced agent as they fight back against those who threaten to overtake the city and terrorize its citizens. Viewed from a third-person perspective, Crackdown offers a sprawling environment filled with vehicles, pedestrians, towering structures, high-tech weapons, and non-linear objectives.

As each agent traverses the city on foot, in a vehicle, or by other means of transport, he will receive updates from the Agency's headquarters, allowing him to quickly respond to developing situations displayed on an on-screen map. Since each agent is designed by science to evolve, players will be able to increase their character's skills in driving, firearms use, and explosives, as well as his attributes in areas such as strength and agility. Skills are primarily developed by performing the actions associated with them, and over time, players will be able to initiate superhuman feats such as lifting and throwing cars, leaping across rooftops, and more. Crackdown also supports two-player cooperative action via system link and Xbox Live.


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Rock Band Track Pack Vol. 2 - [Xbox 360] - Used

Rock Band fans without an online connection can continue expanding their music library with this second compilation disc of songs. As with the first Track Pack, the disc is playable by itself without requiring the original game. Twenty master recordings are included, each of which was previously available over Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network. Featured songs include &"Afterlife," &"Call Me," &"El Scorcho," &"Girl U Want," &"Girls Who Play Guitars," &"Indestructible," &"It Hurts," &"Just What I Needed," &"Message in a Bottle," &"Monkey Gone to Heaven," &"Rio," &"Saints of Los Angeles," &"Simple Man," &"Snow (Hey Oh)," &"The Perfect Drug," &"This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race," &"Time Is Running Out," &"Why Do You Love Me," &"You've Got Another Thing Comin'," and &"Zero."


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Rock Band Track Pack Vol. 2 - [Xbox 360]





The Right Kind of Warcraft Guide

World of Warcraft is a land of elites. It’s just the way it is. The game has been online for the last six years and some players have been playing the whole time, pretty much destroying anyone in their path to become the best around. So, it’s no surprise that people look for new guides all the time to help them get better and bump up to par with the top pros out there. Luckily, every now and then a guide actually comes along that can help you do that – becoming a top player in a land of elites. This time around, that new guide is WoW Crusher.

To be honest, WoW Crusher isn’t a single guide. It’s a ton of guides, with a new one added to the mix every month. I reviewed the first couple of months for this review and they were top notch content. Each guide was 30 pages long and included three features, top news from the month, questions from readers, an action plan and a preview of the next month. Each feature was full of useful content that was designed to do just about anything you needed it to – from building up a powerful play through strategy for a Death Knight to creating a 10 man raiding group. It’s not hyper specific information, but it’s a heck of a lot more than the general strategies you get from the existing guides on the market.

To top things off, you get a whole bunch of extras with the guide. The first extra was the Fast Track Action Plan that Markco and Kevin provide. It’s a guideline that helps players figure out how to put together a good WoW account. Basically, it includes everything from an outline of how to build a character, choose your UI and the right class and professions to how to get into a guild, start up PvP and go about raiding. Essentially, it’s a route to stop making so many silly mistakes as you play through the game – a great tool for beginners and something even a few veterans could probably benefit from.

WoW Crusher


In the end, WoW Crusher is a great new product that provides something I’ve never seen before in a WoW product. It is updated every month with a new ebook and all for a decent monthly fee with information about pretty much every aspect of the game not just a couple of select areas. Click here for more details.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 [PlayStation 3]

Activision Blizzard's top-selling first-person shooter franchise marches on with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Players must deal with the fallout from the devastating attacks on U.S. and British soil in a storyline that picks up where 2009's Modern Warfare 2 left off. The single-player campaign has you battling Russian ultranationalists, led by Vladimir Markov, as members of the U.S. Delta Force and British SAS. You'll battle across war-torn areas of New York City, London, Paris, Mogadishu, Dubai, and other regions as you prepare to end the global threat once and for all. As with previous entries in the Call of Duty series, Modern Warfare 3's campaign features a heavily scripted, cinematic experience with Hollywood-style special effects. One new mission, for example, has you involved in underwater travel with a sonar-equipped submersible watercraft. You'll then fight inside an enemy-controlled submarine before guiding an inflatable raft across turbulent waters while a naval battle rages nearby. Other sequences have you firing mounted guns, driving vehicles, and more while explosions light up the landscape. Returning to the game is the cooperative Spec Ops mode that features a series of standalone missions on different maps. New to Spec Ops is a survival option that has you and either a friend or a computer partner battling waves of enemy forces. Shooting down enemies earns you cash, which can be used to purchase new perks, items, weapons, and other upgrades. You'll also be able to earn bonuses by working together as a team and maintaining kill streaks. The heart of the game is once again the 18-player online component, which introduces all-new maps and a variety of enhancements to the format introduced in Modern Warfare 2. Popular features such as kill-streak awards, experience points, weapons-based achievements, and perks return, allowing you to customize your character as you progress. An optional subscription service entitled "Call of Duty Elite" will allow players to track detailed statistics such as win-loss records, kill-death ratios, time played, most successful maps, favorite weapons, and much more. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide

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Hidden Object Studios: I'll Believe You -- Special Edition

The film is done but the props are still on location! No props, no premiere!  Watch “I’ll Believe You” in the screening room, pay attention to the props used in each scene, and then find them on location! Make it to the premier just in time to watch the exciting ending! Oh! And don’t forget your tuxedo. Starring David Alan Basche, Patrick Warburton, Chris Elliot, Ed Helms, Mo Rocca, Fred Willard, and Thomas Gibson

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Hidden Object Studios: I'll Believe You

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Hidden Object Studios: I'll Believe You

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Hidden Object Studios: I'll Believe You

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Halo 3 XBox 360

After two chartbusting efforts on Xbox, the enigmatic, genetically enhanced Spartan soldier known as Master Chief makes his highly anticipated Xbox 360 debut in Halo 3. The sci-fi shooter picks up where Halo 2 abruptly left off: The Covenant is continuing its plans to activate the Halo super-weapon and obliterate the galaxy; Earth is in utter disarray with only a few remnants of its armies intact; and the Flood grows stronger and more aggressive with each passing day. Your mission, as Master Chief, is to repel the Flood's advances, save Earth, and stop the Covenant -- no matter what the cost.

Halo 3 offers a solo campaign, cooperative play, and multiplayer action via Xbox Live, system link, or split-screen display. The cinematic storyline introduces new characters, weapons, and mission objectives, with the enemy AI offering distinct fighting styles, tactics, and even personalities, all while trying to rip your armored space suit into pieces. Familiar weapons such as the Needler have been upgraded and are joined with all-new armaments, including massive support weapons (such as a missile pod or turret) that switch the default perspective to a third-person view, chargeable lasers, and a gun that shoots out metal spikes. Players can also protect themselves with bubble shields, reach high places with portable gravity lifts, disrupt motion tracking with radar jammers, and more.

Vehicles are also a big part of the action, with redesigned favorites and new class types entering the fray, such as the speedy but fragile Mongoose. The matchmaking service introduced in Halo 2 will once again bring similarly skilled Xbox Live players together, albeit with more customization options and a new streamlined interface. Players can still enter multiple lobbies, veto certain maps or game types, and so forth, but now they can instantly form parties with people they've just met for future matches, watch videos of completed games to learn techniques of the top Halo players, view detailed stats and rankings updated in real time, and squelch certain voices from being broadcast to their headsets.


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Shaun White Snowboarding - [Xbox 360] – Used

Gamers hit the slopes with the Renaissance man of the extreme sports world for some open-mountain exploration in Shaun White Snowboarding. Players have free reign to skirt the edge of an avalanche in extreme peak conditions, carve new routes through untracked backcountry powder, and join other riders for competitive events in terrain parks spread throughout mountains in Alaska, Utah, Europe, and Japan. Each mountain is peppered with downhill enthusiasts, including fellow online gamers, and players can join races at any time, hike to secret locations, film their friends pulling off tricks, or ambush other snowboarders in giant snowball fights. Shaun White Snowboarding is built using the same game engine as Assassin's Creed, and the graphics are designed to offer players stunning vistas that express the large amount of playable area each mountain offers. Gamers can use environmental obstacles to execute tricks and catch massive air as they explore craggy mountaintops and dense, tree-lined paths, and players have thousands of different character customization options thanks to unique ride-styles and hundreds of different gear and board offerings. The game soundtrack lets riders carve up the slopes while listening to 40 licensed songs from artists as diverse as: Bob Dylan, : Run-DMC, and : Modest Mouse.


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Shaun White Snowboarding - [Xbox 360]





What Does WoW Crusher Have to Offer?

World of Warcraft is a land of elites. It's just the way it is. The game has been online for the last seven years and some players have been playing the whole time, pretty much destroying anyone in their path to become the best around.

So, its no surprise that people look for new guides all the time to help them get better and bump up to par with the top pros out there. Luckily, every now and then a guide actually comes along that can help you do that – becoming a top player in a land of elites. This time around, that new guide is WoW Crusher.

To be a hundred percent accurate, WoW Crusher isn’t a single guide. It’s a ton of guides, with a new one added to the mix every month. I reviewed the first couple of months for this review and they were top notch content.

Each guide was 30 pages long and included three features, top news from the month, questions from readers, an action plan and a preview of the next month. Each feature was full of useful content that was designed to do just about anything you needed it to – from building up a powerful play through strategy for a Death Knight to creating a 10 man raiding group. It’s not hyper specific information, but it’s a heck of a lot more than the general strategies you get from the existing guides on the market.

To top things off, you get a whole bunch of extras with the guide. The first extra was the Fast Track Action Plan that the creators, Markco and Kevin provide. It’s a guideline that helps players figure out how to put together a good WoW account. Basically, it includes everything from an outline of how to build a character, choose your UI and the right class and professions to how to get into a guild, start up PvP and go about raiding. Essentially, it’s a route to stop making so many silly mistakes as you play through the game – a great tool for beginners and something even a few veterans could probably benefit from.

What really takes the cake though is the inclusion of the WoW Crusher Add-on, which houses the best macros and keybinds this side of the planet and was developed over the years by Kevin himself, along with his Arena teammates.

These are not random, cobbled together specs that every player is using. The WoW Crusher Add-On shows you how to get ahead regardless of what spec or direction you are heading in the game. All the optimal Tanking, DPS, and healing specs are available for every purpose you can imagine.

It is precisely this freedom of choice that makes this add-on so valuable and if you act now, this state of the art technology is yours absolutely free!

WoW Crusher


In the end, WoW Crusher is a great new product that provides something I’ve never seen before in a WoW product. It is updated every month with a new ebook and all for a decent monthly fee with information about pretty much every aspect of the game not just a couple of select areas. Click here for more details.

Power Rangers Samurai [Wii]

Saban's high-energy martial arts series continues with a new theme in Power Rangers Samurai. Players will guide the Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, or Pink Rangers against hordes of creatures hailing from the netherworld. As with previous titles in the series, the gameplay primarily involves punching and kicking groups of enemies before advancing to the next outdoor or indoor locale. Along the way players will need to collect Zords to transform the Power Rangers into the mighty Samurai Megazord, a colossus with the power to defeat the evil MegaMonster in melee combat. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide


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1 vs 100

Do you want the Money or the Mob? That's what you’ll need to answer as you match wits in the highly acclaimed 1 vs 100! We added a little twist to this classic hit TV game show place a bet in the High Roller round, build up your collections, and look for some familiar faces to earn special power-ups. See how far you can go! But be careful, questions increase in difficulty as you eliminate mob members. Good luck!

Use quick wits when the Lightning Round appears…you’ll have 30 seconds to answer up to five brain teasing questions to earn bonus cash…OR bet all your cash during the High Roller round if you dare! Level up and obtain or purchase all 100 collectables --- complete a collectable screen and play the specially themed episode for more exciting mob bashing play --- there are a total of ten themed episodes! On occasion, you’ll randomly run into some of your favorite iWin characters in the mob from popular titles such as Jewel Quest, Jojo’s Fashion Show, and Mah Jong Quest.

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1 vs 100

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Ninja Gaiden II XBox 360

Strong, silent Ryu Hayabusa sharpens his sword for another acrobatic adventure through deadly environments in this exclusive sequel on Xbox 360. The action once again takes place from a third-person perspective set behind the nimble ninja, with highly cinematic showdowns taking place amidst exotic locales. Acclaimed designer Tomonobu Itagaki has altered the original title's fast-paced combat system to incorporate new weapons, attacks, and special finishing moves called "obliteration techniques."

In an attempt to appease those who thought the original game was too challenging, the developers have included an automatic health regeneration system and a choice of four difficulty levels, ranging from "acolyte" to "master ninja." The all-new story mode follows Ryu in his trek from Tokyo to New York to a demon-populated netherworld. While the game is still strictly a single-player experience, Xbox Live subscribers will be able to record, modify, and post film clips of their most manic maneuvers for the online world to enjoy.


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Prince of Persia - [Xbox 360] – Used

Before Ryu, Lara, and Altaïr, there was the Prince. The acrobatic, wall climbing, trap-dodging, sword-swinging hero returns for another installment in the iconic Prince of Persia series, the first on Xbox 360. Crafted with an enhanced graphics engine that powered Assassin's Creed, the game emphasizes swift, agile movement across horizontal and vertical space in both indoor and outdoor settings. Prince of Persia also introduces a distinctive visual style. Characters and backgrounds are designed to resemble a vivid painting, one brought to life with striking animation. The storyline for this installment is a departure from previous titles. The Prince has sold his soul to a dark god named Ahriman for a chance to hone his hunting skills against the world's most vile beasts. He was tricked, however, and was turned into a beast himself, forced to prey on the daring men who tried in vain to slay him. The Prince begins a path to redemption by working for the dark god's brother, Ormazd, the god of light. His goal is to restore balance to the world by stamping out Ahriman's corruptive influence. To ensure The Prince fulfills his task, a mysterious female named Elika agrees to fight the insidious evil alongside him. The two can perform special attacks together, solve puzzles, and assist one another in exploring the world. While the acrobatic action is reminiscent of earlier installments, the world is more open-ended in this game, allowing for greater choice while progressing through ancient Persia. Combat is now solely focused on one-on-one duels with enemies instead of group battles. The Prince wields a scimitar in one hand and a clawed gauntlet in the other. One-button controls let you seamlessly create combos by alternating sword attacks, jumps, and gauntlet grabs. The gauntlet can be used in a variety of ways, such as allowing The Prince to slow his fall by latching it onto surfaces. Though Prince of Persia is a single-player game, online users can download additional content to continue their exotic adventures.

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Prince of Persia - [Xbox 360] – Used





Make No Mistake. Is WoW Crusher A Scam or Legit?

If you're like I am, then when you hear that a new guide for World of Warcraft Cataclysm has come out, and is the best thing since sliced bread (or perhaps Darnassus Marzipan), then you are inclined to take it with a grain of salt. I have only occasionally seen a guide live up to its hype in every way. Which is why I was very pleasantly surprised by WoW Crusher, which really does deliver powerful, effective techniques for improving your game and being a lot more successful at whatever part of it you prefer to do – or all of at once, if you're good at multitasking.

WoW Crusher is the first guide that I'm aware of to tackle all areas of the game head-on with incredible professionalism and style. This is the real deal. a compilation of hundreds of pages, dozens of detailed videos and the most detailed tutorials on the internet.

It is not only up-to-date with the latest developments in WoW, but has actually been put to the test in some of the game's most demanding arenas and raids by the legendary duo of Markco and certified PvP pro Kevin Richardson.

Also included in the guide is the revolutionary WoW Crusher add-on that houses the most current and cutting-edge builds in the game. It is fully automated and legal, so you don't have to worry about getting in the crosshairs of Blizzard.

One of the things that impressed me most consistently about WoW Crusher is that it isn't just focused narrowly on one or two aspects of the game (say, PvP or raiding), but is very broad in its coverage of topics, while still managing to look at each individual area with the depth you need to really learn the techniques.

The author avoids both the temptation to use obscure terminology to get his points across, and the equally large temptation to oversimplify in the name of making the guide accessible.

The guide is highly accessible without being “dumbed down”, and as a player of the game, I appreciate that the writer has made the guide clear and easy to understand, but also doesn't talk to me like I'm a slow-witted murloc.

It's useful, interesting, and well written, and strikes a number of balances very successfully.

Although no product is perfect, I have no hesitation in recommending WoW Crusher to anyone who wants to make their character far more effective than they will be if you keep limping along with clicking and a few half-worthwhile macros.

WoW Crusher


The guide delivers amply on its promises and will help to improve your game – probably hugely – regardless of whether you're interested in PvE, PvP, gold-making or a mixture of everything thrown in. Click here for more details.

Zumba Fitness 2 [Wii]

Zumba Fitness 2 is a sweat-while-you-step sequel to the 2010 Wii game, featuring aerobic exercise routines that combine Latin music with an eclectic mix of international dance steps and martial arts movements. Celebrity instructors Tanya Beardsley, Gina Grant, and Zumba originator Alberto "Beto" Perez return to lead players through each calorie-burning number. The program includes more than 30 routines, designed together to provide a whole-body workout. Music includes songs by Pitbull, Nicole Scherzinger, and other contemporary artists. ~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide

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