Little League World Series Baseball 2010 is perfect for players who are not looking for a serious baseball game. The game is cartoonish, with features such as your players catching fire and performing better after you build your meter. The game often drifts between reality and fantasy. It is realistic because you have to do things such as switching-up pitches you throw and shifting your fielders. It is unrealistic because the players look like cartoons and you can enhance a their ability to perform in the middle of the game.More »
Transformers: War For Cybertron is set in a time long before the one in the cartoon series. It tells an origin story that Transformers fans may not know. I liked that the game is in the third person, which is a nice break from all the first-person games that are so popular now...More »
I would give Spilt/Second 9 out of 10 stars. There are a variety of unique race types such as Elimination Mode and Air Strike Mode that keep you interested in the game. The use of “power plays” to create explosions and crashes creates the on edge and very exciting experience that many gamers are looking for. The power plays create an environment that is very confusing but is also very cool and makes the game very fun.More »
There are positives and negatives to Dragon Ball: Raging Blast. I like this game because it looks exactly how the series did on TV. The maps are larger than before, so you have a lot of freedom to move around, and it does not feel like you were trapped throughout the battles. The new What If scenarios are also very interesting and add a nice twist to the game. On the other hand the controls for this game were hard to get used to and very confusing.More »
1. NBA 2K10 (2K Sports) PS3, Xbox 360: $59.99
NBA 2K9 was the Number 1 rated NBA video game last year, so I am excited to see what changes they made this year. I am looking forward to the My Player mode. You guide a player through his career. Depending on what you do, the result may or may not be positive.