Ready to be Ben 10 and battle aliens for the fate of the Earth? Well, here is your PS2 walkthroughs on this fun game that will have you playing well into the wee hours – no matter what your age!
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When it comes to playing Ben 10, things are a bit more complicated than they seem. There are several areas of the game screen that you have to watch or you’ll find yourself losing every level.
Pizza power hits the Xbox Live Arcade in the resurrection of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1989 Arcade game, but does it shout cowabunga or feel stale? Find out in this Xbox 360 arcade review.
Based on the highly popular anime, this fourth Clash of the Ninja installment – the second for the Wii – brings back high-octane fighting and mesmerizing special attacks. Though, returning players might end up spending more time trying to figure out how this is any different from previous releases.
Ready for Banjo and Kazooie’s latest adventure? Rare sure thinks you are, but they’ve changed the rules of the game. Is it for better or worse? Find out inside!
Here are all 24 unlockable characters, as well as how to unlock them.
Mega Man 9, released at the end of September, wooed longtime fans with its 8-bit graphics and sound. Like the old games, your job is to destroy a cabal of evil robots, taking their weapons along the way. Great concept, but each game was good for at least one dud weapon. Below, the best of the worst.
Megaman has made all the way through Regal’s fortress and defeated all of his Darkloids. The only foe left is Nebula Grey, a creature born from the evil soul of man. It must be stopped or the world will forever be consumed by evil. Learn the best tatics to defeat him in the boss battle guide.
In part 2, we looked at Day of the Tentacle. Join me as we take a look at the game that defined what a true “battle of the wits” was, as well as took adventure gaming onto the high seas.
One of the classical video games of all times, that spawned three sequels over the years. In the first part we are introduced to pirate wannabe Guybrush Threepwood, who in his quest to become a mighty pirate ends in the middle of the strange secret that lyes in Melee Island.
The second installment of the Monkey Island series, was the most anticipated game sequel of 1992 and the last game involved with the series creator Ron Gilbert; originally LeChuck’s Revenge was going to be the conclusion of the Curse of Monkey Island but with the success a third sequel came.