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Whether you call it football or soccer, many can agree that no one brings you closer to the action like EA Sports' FIFA videogame franchise. On-field ability and performance has once again been improved, while EA's "Complete-Dribbling" borrows partly from FIFA Street, adding creativity with the ball while facing opponents.
FIFA 13 hits all major consoles, PC and mobile devices Sept....Read more »
Digital downloads have offered gamers a chance to pull off killer combos with Freddy Krueger, slay zombies with Sarah Michelle Gellar and now, thanks to Ubisoft and its upcoming title "The Expendables 2 Videogame," some of the biggest action stars in cinema history are entering the mix.
Choose between Sylvester Stallone as Barney Ross accompanied by a few familiar faces from the...Read more »
Granted a single wish to change her fate, Merida must rely on her bravery and her archery skills to undo a curse in Disney-Pixar's "Brave."
In this installment of Off The Couch, Kidsday reporters review the video game based on the animated film....Read more »
"Xenoblade Chronicles" is like the scrawny, shy kid in your grade school gym class: He’s not athletic, he’s not popular, and he’s not much to look at. But he’s a good kid, and he’s got a lot of potential. If you scratch deeper than the surface, you’ll see that he could be great. It’s been years since I played a quality JRPG. Frankly, I’d forgotten how good they can be after half-baked...Read more »
When it comes to first impressions, Nintendo does it "like a boss."
Watch as Kidsday and Warp Pipe take a hands-on look at Nintendo's Wii U, which will hit stores later this year....Read more »
After years of 'flagrant fouls' cried out against the franchise by some of it's core fans for essentially distributing a re-packed gaming experience year after year, EA Sports started '"thinking with their dip stick" and fueled 'Madden 13' with a new engine. No two tackles will look the same thanks in part to EA Sports' addition of the Infinity Engine which uses real-time physics to make...Read more »
You’re presented with a sealed area, and to survive you must solve a few puzzles, jump onto some platforms, and shoot some annoying enemies. The protagonist is a woman. Cool, a new "Tomb Raider" game!
Wait. This one has lots of water, and that doesn’t look like Lara Croft . . .
That’s Kate Wilson, the reluctant engineer and lead character of "Hydrophobia - Prophecy,"...Read more »
In a market dominated by first-person shooting giants like Halo, Medal of Honor, and Call of Duty, it's hard for a new boy to edge his way into recognition without some kind of gimmick. Many have tried, but none have topped the perennial heavyweights — do you remember “Bulletstorm?” No?
That leads us to Syndicate, a new FPS that is actually a reboot of a 1993 strategy/shooter...Read more »
Kidsday reporters get 'Off The Couch' to play Kinect for Xbox 360 and review "Kinect Joy Ride"....Read more »
Reading Rainbow and its host, actor LeVar Burton, are back to mix entertainment and childhood learning again. Burton first hosted Reading Rainbow, then a television show, in the early 80s. The show taught children to read via virtual story adventures until 2006.
Now, the company has released an iPad app to introduce a new generation of children to an interactive literature experience, hoping...Read more »