Ice Age 2: The Meltdown Gameplay Movie 3
Nintendo releases roster of games for upcoming console; 30 by year's end, 41 third-party by end of March 2007, more than a dozen confirmed for launch.
Nintendo announces 32 Wii games to be available by end of calendar year; Metal Slug, Super Swing Golf on, Blazing Angels off.
We travel back in time and assume the role of a saber-toothed squirrel as we check out the Wii version of this movie-inspired platformer.
FIFA World Cup and Tomb Raider: Legend hold on to the top spots, with a football theme running through the rest of the chart.
Ahead of the World Cup in Germany, football titles dominate the top five; X-Men: The Official Game is the highest new entry.
MMORPG big factor in multimedia multinational's 4.8 percent quarterly revenue increase; 50 Cent, Ice Age 2 help raise game division's income 29.6 percent.
Kingdom Hearts II reigns again, GRAW and Oblivion stay put, and the Sims remain Open for Business.
FIFA World Cup 2006 and Tomb Raider: Legend hold onto top spots, Metroid Prime: Hunters only new entry.
EA's FIFA World Cup enters at number one, knocking Tomb Raider off after three weeks.
Tomb Raider: Legend claims the top spot for the third week in a row, with Ice Age 2: The Meltdown another non-mover in second place.
Vivendi division posts another sales spike attributed to World of Warcraft, drops the "Universal" from its name.
This week sees the release of the latest Xbox 360 offering, the return of Solid Snake, a quintet of PSP games, and CSI in 3D on PC.
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