Nintendo Wii - Released - December 4, 2007
Alvin and the Chipmunks is a video game based on the film of the same name. It follows The Chipmunks as they play their way from small venues (such as a high school prom or a civic center) to massive crowds at Burning Munk and ultimately Rockathonapalooza. The soundtrack features 40 popular songs, including "All the Small Things" by Blink-182, "It's Tricky" by Run-D.M.C., and "Heartbreak Hotel" by Elvis Presley. The gameplay itself is similar to other rhythm games such as Rock Band and Guitar Hero. Jason Lee reprise his role as David Seville in the story cutscenes while Ross Bagdasarian Jr. and Janice Karman reprise their roles from the 1980s-2000's cartoons.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 4, 2007
Alvin and the Chipmunks is a video game based on the film of the same name. The game was released on December 4, 2007 and was the first release by short-lived video game company Brash Entertainment.It follows The Chipmunks as they play their way from small venues (such as a high school prom or a civic center) to massive crowds at Burning Munk and ultimately Rockathonapalooza. The soundtrack features 40 popular songs, including "All the Small Things" by Blink-182, "It's Tricky" by Run-D.M.C., and "Heartbreak Hotel" by Elvis Presley. The gameplay itself is similar to other rhythm games such as Rock Band and Guitar Hero. Jason Lee reprised his role as David Seville in the story cutscenes while Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. and Janice Karman reprise their roles from the 1980s-2000's cartoons.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 19, 2006
This game consists of three NES games from Capcom's golden era available on one cartridge, each featuring a new take on their arcade counterparts: Strider: Take command of Strider Hiryu as he attempts to unravel a mystery that will take him from one end of the world to the other. Gain levels, collect items, and converse with various characters. Mighty Final Fight: Cody, Guy, and Haggar fight the Mad Gear Gang in this new take on the classic beat-em up. Level up your characters to improve their fighting skills. Bionic Commando: Use your rifle and extendable bionic arm to battle your way through enemy lines, rescue Super Joe, and put an end to the enemy's top secret Albatross project. Swing across pits and obstacles with your bionic arm, tap enemy radio transmissions, and upgrade your weaponry as you make your way to the final challenge.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 12, 2007
Imagination Invaders is a 3D adventure/action game based on the popular Cartoon Network cartoon. Players control Bloo in a 3D world as he tries to help his friends and rescue Madame Foster. Players can jump, shoot spitwads, and search objects in the world to aid them in their quest. Using the touch screen they can also call in Helper characters. Each level has an objective which is usually helping one of the other Imaginary Friends, capped off with a boss battle at the end. All of the objects in the world are interactive in some way; either searchable or play a "funmation" for Bloo. Players also have to conquer some light platforming and enemy avoidance. In between levels, touch screen mini-games are used. The overall plot was a sequel to the episode Make Believe It or Not, and was written unique to the game. Minor voice acting by the two main characters of the show were put into the audio. Many of the Foster's characters make cameos throughout the game.
Nintendo DS - Released - January 8, 2008
Filling in as director of Jackass, your aim is to collect the best footage from up to 36 stunts throughout the game to create a new Jackass season for MTV. All stunts have a minimum requirement for content before MTV will approve an episode for broadcast. The new season requires seven episodes of Jackass footage.
Nintendo DS - Released - October 17, 2006
The DS version on Justice League Heroes, while not following the plot of its console brethren, has a similar premise where you play as a member of the titular super-hero team and travel to a number of locations where hordes of enemies run amok. The game is played with a top-down view of the environment on the lower screen and a map on top. The map displays the location of your next checkpoint and the positions of the enemies along with the status of your characters. The lower screen, in addition to the action, has various function icons that can be activated with the stylus. There are about a dozen missions broken into about forty sections. Before each, you must pick two heroes from the line-up of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Flash. Each has regular melee attacks, strong melee attacks, a ranged attack and a unique super-power move. They must use these abilities to defeat many enemies and move to the next checkpoint, completing objectives such as switch-flipping and item collection along the way. You may swap between your two heroes at any time by tapping an icon on the screen. Another icon lets you call in an AI-controlled hero for brief support. There are six of these to choose from: Martian Manhunter, Zatanna, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Green Arrow and Huntress. Each of these has a unique ability based on their powers. In addition to the main game, there are two minigames and a third can be unlocked by inserting Justice League Heroes: The Flash into the GBA slot.
Nintendo Wii - Released - July 14, 2008
The ultimate chomp-off is about to begin. Grab your Wii Remote controller and dig into 12 different foods as you compete against the greatest major-league eaters in the world. This isn't just a race to stuff your face-you'll need strategy to master a smorgasbord of digestive attacks, defenses and counters. These include the Mega Burp, Gas Attack, Antacid and more. And don't forget to keep an eye on your Barf-O-Meter, because if the food hits the plate twice, you're out. Unlock more than 10 characters in single-player career mode, go gut-to-gut against your friends in versus mode, or compete online using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Online play supports friend codes, random matchmaking and leader boards.
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 1, 2007
My French Coach is designed to help you increase your French comprehension, vocabulary writing, and conversation skills-all while playing games and having fun. You'll be surprised by how quickly you'll learn and how much you retain just after 10 to 15 minutes a day.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 6, 2007
A BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE IS NOT ENOUGH TO WORK IN FRANCE OR TRULY ENJOY ITS LIFE AND CULTURE. DO YOU LACK CONFIDENCE WHILST SPEAKING FRENCH? ARE YOU TIRED OF ALWAYS SEARCHING FOR THE RIGHT WORD? Master French vocabulary: With up to 16,800 words useable in everyday conversation, quickly reinforce your understanding of French. Learn and have fun: play every day to unlock challenging and entertaining games and track your progress. Intermediate or fluent: My French Coach will adapt its difficulty level match your skills.
Sony PSP - Released - November 6, 2007
My Spanish Coach is an edutainment title that teaches players Spanish. It includes over 1,000 lessons, a fully animated 3D teacher model, and mini-games that reinforce learning such as Hit a Word, Bridge Builder, and Spelltastic. It also includes a full English to Spanish dictionary and phrasebook. The PSP version has higher resolution graphics, numerous fixes, a fully 3D animated high res model, and more particle effects over its DS predecessors.
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 1, 2007
Playing My Spanish Coach for 15 to 20 minutes a day is all you need to become fluent in Spanish. Other Features include: 8 touchpad mini-games to sharpen your mastery of the language at your own pace. Track your progress with charts showing your performance learning the language. Simple touch screen interface makes it perfect for anyone of any age.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 26, 2007
Petz Vet introduces players to life as a veterinarian, diagnosing and treating 35 different medical cases. Being a vet is always an interesting occupation, as you quickly learn while taking care of a dog with a broken leg, a bunny with a stomach ache, a cat with asthma, a sunburned frog, a bird with - who knows? Do you know what happens when a dog accidentally swallows aspirin? You'll learn, when you assume the role of veterinarian in this busy animal hospital. In addition to taking care of the animals' medical needs, you can also perform some basic caretaking functions, such as washing and grooming your pet.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 30, 2007
SnoCross 2 features three-time Winter X Games gold winner "Air" Blair Morgan, the most dominant and influential rider in the history of snocross. Punch the throttle and hang on as you blast some insane terrain and push your sled to the limit on serious whoop sections and awesome hills. SnoCross 2 includes over 30 expansive tracks, fully customizable characters, and an amazing trick system that lets you perform jaw-dropping signature moves. Follow the action with first- and third-person adjustable race cam, and between races customize your gear with unlockable sponsor equipment. Design your own courses and share them with friends, and challenge up to 3 other sledheads online.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - September 23, 2009
Choose your fighter and defeat all 12 opponents to become world champion! Recognized as one of the best games of all time, Street Fighter® II' Hyper Fighting defined the fighting genre. Now on Xbox Live Arcade, it's completely revamped with HDTV support, Achievements, Leaderboards, and multiplayer over Xbox Live. An all new "Quarter Match" mode pays tribute to the title's arcade roots. Upgrade to the full game! Unlock your ability to earn achievements and track your high scores on the Xbox Live Leaderboards.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - 2008
Based on the Universal animated feature and Newberry Award winning children's novel, the Tale of Despereaux game is an action-platformer where players live the adventure of brave, little Despereaux. Action moves, swashbuckling sword moves and combo systems help you battle your way through the castle while fighting spiders and bees to rescue the beautiful Princess Pea from the darkness of Rat World
Nintendo Wii - Released - December 2, 2008
Based on the movie of the same name, The Tale of Despereaux stars Despereaux, the mouse with the big ears, who is not afraid of anything. When the human Princess Pea is kidnapped, Despereaux goes to the rescue. Gameplay is the standard 3rd-person platforming and combat, with a focus on mouse-like agility. You can buy extra combat moves from the swash-buckling Caravaggio using cheese pieces or shiny buttons you find.
Nintendo DS - Released - December 14, 2004
Tiger Woods PGA Tour is the first game in the long-running golf series to appear on the Nintendo DS. The game features a Quick Play mode and a Legends Tour mode. In the Quick Play mode, the player gets to play single matches, either alone or against three opponents. Five authentic courses and one fantasy course are available in the game and the player can choose to play stroke play, match play or skins. The Legends Tour allows the player to take on the best players from around the world. The player starts out on the Rookie Tour, but by earning Tour Cards, the Pro and Legend Tours are unlocked. By completing events on the tours, the player earns cash that can be used to upgrade the golfer's attributes. The game features an analog control method using the touch screen of the DS. Before taking the shot, the player is presented with a top-down overview of the course that allows the player to adjust his aim. Once that is done, two meters appear on the touch screen. One is U-shaped and controls the swing. The power of the shot is determined by how the player draws the stylus on the right side of the meter, while the left side determines how straight the shot gets. There is also a boost meter that has to be rubbed repeatedly to add some distance to the shot. Once the ball is in the air, the player can influence its rotation by dragging the stylus in the right direction. Multiplayer exists for up to four players through wireless communication. All players can play the game simultaneously, so no-one has to wait for their turn.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 8, 2006
The famous cat and mouse are back in Tom and Jerry Tales. The story is simple: Tom's masters are out and he quickly makes a plan to catch Jerry. Jerry strikes back and the chase begins! The gameplay is also simple: the player moves Jerry and follows the chunks of cheese Tom has placed. When Jerry meets Tom or enters any hole, do whatever appears on the screen. The adventures and chases of Tom and Jerry are shown through 2D graphics. Jerry can unlock new costumes and change his outfit. A password system allows the to continue from the last level reached. There is a Nintendo DS version for this game. Although they have the same name and are made by the same company, the gameplay differs between both versions.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 3, 2004
Now you can play the best games that Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and New Orleans have to offer right in the palm of your hand. In World Championship Poker, you can visit a variety of casinos to play games such as poker, blackjack, video poker, and slots. Although your AI-controlled opponents are tough, each one has a unique set of "tells" that give you more information about the cards he or she is holding. Win money in single-player matches or challenge up to three of your friends via a Game Boy Advance link cable.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 2, 2003
Yusuke Urameshi was hardly a role model among Japanese schoolboys: somewhat of a ruffian, eager to get into fights, perhaps even deserving the title "punk". However, one day Yusuke tried to save a little boy, and was killed in the process. Unlike most of us, he has been given a second chance: he can continue living if he agrees to become a "Spirit Detective", a supernatural fighter who hunts down demons that plague our world. So the young man is back to his school life, with only a few people aware of his new secret identity... Based on the initial chapters of the Yu Yu Hakusho manga, Yu Yu Hakusho: Spirit Detective is an isometric action role-playing game. The player can switch between various characters from the manga and anime, including Yusuke himself, his rival Kuwabara, his love interest Kayko, and others. Most of the game consists of accepting and completing missions, which usually involve tracking down and eliminating specific demons. The characters can fight with bare hands or use special "spirit attacks". Experience points are awarded for defeating enemies. Once a character levels up, he/she can learn more moves (punching, kicking, etc.) and new spirit attacks, up to three per character.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 18, 2004
Yu Yu Hakusho Tournament Tactics follows the Dark Tournament storyline of the Yu Yu Hakusho anime series. The core gameplay is that of a tactical role-playing game, somewhat similar to Tactics Ogre or Final Fantasy Tactics, though with less characters to manage during the battles. There player chooses five characters out of ten to form a party of combatants. The characters include important figures from the manga and anime series, such as Yusuke Urameshi, Kazuma Kuwabara, Kurama, Hiei, and others. There are five modes in the game: Destroy All Enemies: the player must destroy a set number of enemies in one of the two types of battle: Floodgate (with statues that spawn new enemies until destroyed) or Timed battle (all enemies must be destroyed in a set number of moves). Pursuit: the player must chase down and destroy a demon before it reaches a certain spot on the map. Timed Destination: the player must guide at least one member of the team to a designated square on the map, with demons trying to stop him. Timed Floodgate: the player must wait a set amount of time on a square on the map until the floodgates are destroyed; afterwards, the player must destroy the remaining demons.