1) Beautiful katamari
Combining cult favorite Katamari Damacy with what looks like Nintendo's entire roster of characters results in not only the coolest and funniest piece of fan art we've seen in a while, but also a crossover game idea we'd eat our grannies to see made into the real thing. Or how about the little Katamari guy in Smash Bros, gathering everyone in his ball of space goo?
2) Mysteries of Zelda
Look what you can unlock in Twilight Princess by using cheat codes - two new enemies
[Editors note: Our sister mag from the UK, NGamer was lucky enough to review the Wii version of Manhunt 2 before it was banned outright. But dont worry though, as soon as Rockstar works out all the kinks, well kindly review the final version. But for now, direct your eyes towards the review of the game youll never play.]
Manhunt 2 is one of the best games on Wii. The astonishing level of brutality is an integral part of the experience, and probably the aspect that delighted fans and appalled
Every day, our inboxes fill with press releases. Every time we see a new game, someone from the publisher is there to feed us the company line. Whenever there's a big event, someone from the company gets up on stage and spouts bluster to try and convince the audience that everything is going better than is literally possible in our space-time continuum.
Having just endured another E3, we're laden down with more silly quotes than we know what to do with. So we decided to sort the pile and
For many of us, fishing represents that last desperate option for preserving our survival if stranded on some desert island or in a remote forest. So, of course, leave it to the Wii to take some activity that we would only consider in the real world if our lives literally depended on it (the exception being our office hillbilly, who goes fishing on purpose) and turn it into a game that actually looks pretty interesting. In this case, Fishing Master.
Fishing Master is built on a simple but
Mario Strikers Charged just came out and were betting you're either ripping up the competition online or youre sorely pissed that your best friend keeps landing Mega Strikes on your ass. Read our tips thatll make you a stronger player and will have you mimicking Waluigis crotch-taunt in no time. GOAL!
Bird brains - Top sidekick #1
The lovely Birdo is unique in that her evasive move sets up her charged shot without warping her into trouble elsewhere on the field. Press the D-Pad just as the
Which games feature the hottest girl-on-girl kisses? What are the bloodiest games you never played? How do you know if you're a gaming snob? If a ninja kills someone in a forest and there's no one there to hear him, does he make a sound? We like to ask the really tough questions here at GamesRadar. If you missed out on our Mario Party drinking games or the terrible games we're embarrassed to admit that we love, then now's your chance to see what you've been missing. So scroll down and enjoy
Usually constrained to the dusty confines of academic musings on aesthetics in film criticism, auteur theory contends that movies reflect the personal vision of the director (and in some cases the producer) as the work's true author. It's the idea that despite the mass of people involved with the production of a movie, elements of the "auteur's" personal stamp of style can be identified throughout their body of work.
Today, the idea of the director as the creative driving force behind films is
Confidence. On Sundays, on the 18th green, staring down a birdie putt for the win, Tiger Woods has it. Sergio Garcia? Not so much.
After Garcia missed a putt for the win at the 2007 British Open, he lost the ensuing playoff to Irishman Padraig Harrington, and left any confidence he had in a deep bunker somewhere on the back nine at Carnoustie. As confidence plays such an important role in the game of golf, it's about time EA included it in its upcoming Tiger Woods PGA Tour game. And so it
There are hardly any barriers in place for Nintendo's online gaming strategy. Were not talking about players injecting reaction-improving drugs up their nostrils - rather, were talking about the trend of repeatedly exploiting glitches and gameplay imbalances to score an easy win over potentially more skilful opponents.
But like the steroid poser, the morality of this issue is a moodylicous shade of gray. After all, these people arent cheating per se, are they? Theyre not breaking the game
We recently took a trip to Japan to take in the sights and sounds of the wonderful electrical videogame towns of Akihabara, Shibuya and Shinjuku for some much needed game-playing. Scope out what we saw.
Here's the sight that greets you as you walk out of Akiba's train station: French Maids, of course. They were promoting - what else - a French Maid cafe. The more you pay, the nicer the maids are to you. We'd rather subsidize our meals by letting them spit in our