Where This Weekâ€™s Game Are
Itâ€™s the Wii that has the most interesting games out this week – the lovely 2D adventure game Muramasa: The Demon Blade and Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, which is apparently a lot better than the first one. You can also get it in a pack with a Wii Zapper for an extra tenner. Or you could go down to Poundland and get a third-party gun holster for a quid. Then thereâ€™s futuristic racer Wheelspin from legendary developer Archer Maclean. Despite lots of potential, US reviews weren’t very good.
On Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC thereâ€™s Rogue Warrior, which has nothing to do with 2000 ADâ€™s blue chap. There are no reviews on Gamerankings yet, which tells you everything you need to know. Also: some online retailers are selling it for under Â£20 already.
This weekâ€™s movie tie-in is Where The Wild Things Are: The Videogame, featuring plenty of horrible looking trolls. It looks like your standard movie tie-in stuff, with reviews being around the 5/10 mark. Next weekâ€™s Avatar game is looking much better.
Next Week: James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game, Tony Hawk: Ride, Summon Night: Twin Age and The Saboteur (RIP Pandemic).