Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Mario Tennis Open
Guilty Pleasure, focused-attention, Indeed!
I'd looooove to add a Mario Game to my Collection for my newly-bought, recently price-slashed Nintendo 3DS gaming device and my never-ending love for the Tennis genre made me choose the game title Mar...
Burn Zombie Burn
Burn Zombie Burn is altogether comical, creepy and bloody. It brings out the primal in you.
I was curious about this game when it first came out last year and was really keen with its free "video" download on the PSN. When Playstation gave a 50% discount on it and several others a couple of...
The Eyepet makes you want to get down on the floor and interact with the console and TV.
I just bought the Eyepet yesterday for about $49.00 at our local retail store (I had to drive all the way to a nice downtown store to decide for myself whether to buy or not) and when I got home, had ...
Okiraku Ping Pong Wii
As a Ping-pong fanatic, this is probably the best middle-ground table tennis you'll ever play on the Wii. Sweet.
Most of us have experienced Wii Play's Table Tennis by now. It was both limited and limiting in gameplay. Then came the very difficult to master Rockstar's Table Tennis. It held so much promise and...
Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis
I actually bought it so now, I'm sorry to say, I'm happily stuck with it! As a die-hard fanatic of Ping-Pong, I had to.
Left with a Credit Card debt and faced with the odd task of choosing between the Best -Selling Game on the Wii, ie Super Mario Galaxy and Rockstar's Table Tannis...knowing full well of it's mis-firing...
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
Boring and bland. Novel and tired. If this be a preview of the actual 2008 Olympics, I'd just stay home to watch HDTV.
Now is the time for all plumbers and hedgehogs to come to the aid of their count-wii. Eggo, now is the time for Mario and Sonic together at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Excellent idea bringing th...