Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 19, 2005
A global conflict has reached a stalemate in the console version of the Game Boy Advance series Advance Wars. The evil Kaiser Vlad, seeking to take advantage of the standoff, has assembled an army of shock troops, forcing The Western Frontier and the Tundran Territories to ally and fight back. Battalion Wars is a real-time strategy game that lets you control teams of soldiers and vehicles and lead them through more than 20 missions, using a variety of weapons and tactics.
Nintendo Wii - October 29, 2007
This sequel to Battalion Wars plays much like its predecessor, blending real-time strategy with third-person shooting. The game's plot traces decades of war among six factions (Solar Empire, Western Frontier, Anglo Isles, Iron Legion, Tundran Territories, Xylvania), and unfolds through contemporary missions that advance the conflict and flashback missions that reveal its history. Players control a soldier or a land, sea, or air vehicle to engage in combat directly and to command other units. The Wii Remote is used to target and fire, but selecting and ordering units is performed through...
Nintendo Wii - November 21, 2008
Bienvenue dans le monde du cirque ! Circus Party te propose des heures de délire avec toute ta famille grâce à du tir à la carabine, des jeux de mémoire, de reflexe et bien plus encore ! * Amusez-vous grâce à 20 mini-jeux rigolos ! * Testez vos reflexes, faites le funambule, tirez à la carabine et bien plus encore ! * Vous pouvez jouer avec un de vos amis à votre mini-jeu favori * Débloquez de multiples jeux bonus
Sony PSP - August 14, 2007
Faithfully utilizing the Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 rule-set, Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics allows players to take a party of six adventurers into a wide variety of dangerous environments to experience deep and exciting turn-based action. All of the core races and classes are available to the player, including two Psionic classes, the Psion and the Psychic Warrior. Play with your friends wirelessly in both cooperative and adversarial game modes.
Nintendo GameCube - December 29, 2002
Fire Blade is a flight simulation video game released in 2002 by Kuju Entertainment. In the game, the player takes control of an advanced helicopter gunship as a part of the Fire Blade task force, which in the arc of the game's story is responsible for fighting terrorism. The enemies of the game are the United Eastern States, who are believed to be building terrorist training camps and factories for weapons of mass destruction. The game is similar in many respects to ThunderHawk: Operation Phoenix. However, in Fire Blade, the player is forced to be far less cautious unless on a stealth...
Microsoft Xbox - Released - June 18, 2002
Fire Blade is a flight simulation video game released in 2002 by Kuju Entertainment. In the game, the player takes control of an advanced helicopter gunship as a part of the Fire Blade task force, which in the arc of the game's story is responsible for fighting terrorism. The enemies of the game are the United Eastern States, who are believed to be building terrorist training camps and factories for weapons of mass destruction.
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 21, 2008
Four zones, each with 5 or 6 minigames, to enjoy short gaming sessions. Play with one friend at the same time, or challenge anyone on your favourite minigame, either on a split-screen, or one-after-the-other mode. In Story Mode you'll have to stave-off a dangerous threat from the funfair. Test you reflex, feed the animals, improve your accuracy, shoot bottles, balance the clown... a collection of funfair activities to execute thanks to intuitive motions, an easy to pick-up and play game. Get the best 'Clap-o-Meter' rating after each game and unlock bonus games in each funfair zone. The...
Nintendo Wii - November 20, 2007
Geometry Wars: Galaxies, the planet's most addictively fast-paced arcade shooter, accelerates to warp speed this fall for Nintendo Wii and DS. Blast your way through all-new battle grids, develop your new Battle Drone and blast through relentless waves of enemies in first-ever Geometry Wars single-player campaign. Then join a friend for fast-paced multiplayer that's out of this world.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 27, 2007
Like its parent, the Xbox Live Arcade game Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved, Galaxies has the player control a ship that can shoot and travel in 8 directions and is controlled primarily with analog sticks and a single button to activate bombs. The playing space is a flat 2D plane, but unlike Evolved there are multiple planes (or levels) that vary in size and shape. The planes are typically a near-black background lit up with a grid, but enemies are brightly colored shapes that fill the screen with particles and colors when attacking the player. Galaxies differs from Retro Evolved in that the...
Sony Playstation 2 - October 11, 2006
GT-R Touring is a Racing game, developed by Kuju Entertainment and published by Midas Interactive Entertainment, which was released in Europe in 2006.
Nintendo GameCube - July 29, 2004
Racing game, featuring 37 cars licensed by England's prestigious manufacturer, from vintage roadsters to high-tech concept cars designed by Lotus Engineers exclusively for the game. Players compete on 15 race tracks, ranging from highly detailed real-world city locations to exhilarating custom circuits and speedways. The game features five modes. In addition to standard racing challenges, Lotus Challenge there is also an innovative Story mode, requiring the player to perform a variety of stunts, missions and challenges -- weaving through oncoming traffic to escape the paparazzi, hill-climbs on...
Windows - October 12, 2007
Rail Simulator (Kuju Rail Simulator) is a train simulation published by Electronic Arts (EA). It was produced by UK based Kuju Entertainment, the company which developed Microsoft Train Simulator (MSTS) with Microsoft. After release of the EU version, EA's support and further development of the title was taken over by Rail Simulator Developments Ltd (RSDL), who continued to provide updates, fixes, official expansion packs and new content to players. RSDL has also released a much anticipated sequel to the first game called RailWorks, both online and on DVD-ROM.
Nintendo GameCube - November 26, 2002
Based on the movie, Reign of Fire lets you play as either a human or a dragon in an epic battle. As a human, you'll take the role of a resistance fighter who's trying to defend the last remaining humans from attack. You must make your way to the site of the sole male dragon using a variety of well-equipped vehicles and high-tech weaponry. As a dragon, you'll take the role of an infant, led by instinct to attack foes, and you'll attempt to eradicate the human race. With your natural fire-breathing and flying abilities, you can destroy everything on the ground or in the skies.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 7, 2006
Experience first hand the acceleration, speed and sheer untamed power of the world's best super bikes like the Suzuki GSX-R 1000 or the Ducati 999R. Take these amazing machines on a virtual tour of racing circuits based in some of the most beautiful locations in the world.
Windows - Released - November 17, 2003
Set in the grim future of the Warhammer 40,000 table-top game, Fire Warrior is a first person shooter where the player spends a day in the life a Tau (an alien race) commando. Charged with rescuing an immortal who has been captured by the human Imperium, he will soon realize there are darker forces at work. The game offers a twenty-one mission single player story as well as multiplayer death matches, team death matches and capture the flag for up to eight people online. Players can use and pick up a wide variety of weapons of both Tau and extraterrestrial origin including a sniper rifle as...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 17, 2003
Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior is a Warhammer 40,000 video game available for the PlayStation 2, and Microsoft Windows. It was developed by Kuju Entertainment and was released in October 2003. The game is a first person shooter, where the player takes the role of a Tau Fire Warrior named Shas'la Kais (Promoted to Shas'ui halfway through the game), seeking to rescue his leader and defend his race from the aggressive Imperium of Man and forces of Chaos. There is also a multiplayer mode consisting of Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and Capture the Flag. Eight multiplayer maps are included with...