Video Game Reviews Children’s Video Game Reviews

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  • Scene It? Box Office Smash

    Scene It? Box Office Smash

    Did you know that Scene It?, the DVD board game, also has a line of Xbox 360 editions available? It’s true! The first Xbox 360 edition was 2007’s Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action. Scene It? Box Office Smash is the latest game for the Xbox 360 and features new questions, more high-definition (HD) movie clips and several new puzzle styles. The game allows up to four people or teams to compete in a contest that tests your movie trivia knowledge through a variety of puzzles and questions

  • Guinness World Records

    Guinness World Records

    Guinness World Records: The Videogame is a collection of over 35, wacky, party-game challenges that are based on real-life Guinness World records. The challenges require you to break the records in a variety of stunts such as the fastest time to crush watermelons with your head, longest fingernails, and loudest burp

  • Lips

    Lips

    A music-based game in which you sing along to words on a screen without any instrument controllers? Sounds odd, doesn’t it? Believe it or not, but there was a time not long ago when these types of games, usually referred to as Karaoke, were the only form of music game available

  • Cooking Mama: World Kitchen

    Cooking Mama: World Kitchen

    Cooking Mama World Kitchen is the latest installment in the popular and kooky Cooking Mama series of games. The game’s basics remain the same—prepare and cook recipes under the guidance of Mama—but new 3D graphics, gameplay modes and mini-games add a fresh take to this culinary cutie