Watch out: the beat downs can be graphic for the younger set. Note: Players need the PlayStation Move platform for this game. Plus: In between scenes, players who assume the part of Max, the mischievous little boy who runs away to become king of the Wild Things are free to explore the fantastic island and interact with its monstrous inhabitants as they see fit - whether that means embracing them or throwing clumps of mud at them to start a dirt fight. For a chronological list, click the sort button in any of the available region's columns. Wolfenstein: The New Order reignites the series that created the first-person shooter genre. In Rage, selected human beings have been buried deep underneath the Earth's surface in life-sustaining pods, in order to survive planet-wide extinction from an incoming asteroid. Note: Players need the PlayStation Move Motion Controller for this game.
Each player can serve as a main character, Rachet, Clank, Qwark, or villain Nefarious to battle against a mysterious and powerful force. Once advancing, turning around, you can have fully experience of the real pleasure from the spatial displacement of the new funny world. To top off the extreme action, digital grinders encounter the videogame versions of real-life skating stars. It consists of the wand-like PlayStation Move Motion Controller and the PlayStation Eye camera. It's an astonishingly uplifting experience that shows just how different and unique a video game can be. Fans of the Jonas Brothers, Hannah Montana, Jesse McCartney, and Demi Lovato will rejoice in the chance to sing along with their favorite tunes - complete with official music videos. Plus: Each animal offers a completely different type of gameplay, so whether kids are racing, snowball fighting, platform-jumping, or dodging mean animals, they're unlikely to get bored.
A prettier game of basketball has never been made; fans will recognize all their favorite stars and marvel at how fluidly they dribble and drive. The Arsenal: Collect ultra-advanced Nazi-tech! So is local cop Detective Washington, and when they run into each other on Papa Caesar's doorstep, they decide a 'team-up to shoot all manner of dead things' is in order. As levels progress, new elements are added, and disposing of the advancing critters becomes more and more complicated, making for frantic thrills through the entire game. Tumble is a downloadable game that has players using the PlayStation Move Motion Controller to pick up and manipulate blocks of varying sizes and textures before gently placing them on top of a continually growing -- and teetering -- tower. And there's even a sing-along karaoke mode. R February 23, 2012 Unreleased Unreleased December 15, 2014 Unreleased Unreleased Shin Kamaitachi no Yoru: 11 Hitome no Suspect December 17, 2011 Unreleased Unreleased Shin Toudai Shogi Unknown December 22, 2011 Unreleased Unreleased Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day January 16, 2014 April 18, 2014 September 30, 2014 Unreleased June 18, 2010 May 18, 2010 Shutsugeki!! In one game players might swat bugs that seem to be flying around the living room, and in another they use the controller as a flashlight to find roaming, floating ghosts.
If you're about to land badly though, the Wreck Avoidance System is at hand to help you; a yellow arrow will appear for a split second and it's your job to move the stick in that indicated direction to help get your balance back. Gladiator duel -- a game that involves swords and shields but no blood or killing -- can be a little intense, making this one best suited for slightly older kids. The best of the bunch are the last three, which give players unparalleled one-to-one control. A wide variety of venues from Aspen's snow to Kenya's dusty heat are included. Here's the admittedly surreal concept: A katamari is a little ball - rolled around by a thimble-sized prince - which has its own gravitational pull. The player takes control of the wind, shifting from a light breeze to a blustery whoosh whenever desired.
And if a player creates something truly special, he can share it with the game's online community or download someone else's creation to tinker with. Meanwhile, a series of more than 100 challenges forces players to test their creative skills by discovering a way to, say, push a group of balls across the screen to a finish line or have a little buggy safely make its way through series of obstacles. Games can be organized into competitions for group play, but most families will enjoy taking turns with the controller for short bursts of fun, or to see who can achieve the highest score in a particular game. Kids will also love the feature that allows them to create their own funhouse mirror photo cutouts! All of this is achieved in a variety of in-car and out-of-car viewpoints in both single-player and multiplayer modes. Hail to the Chimp is a party game that delivers excitement, rich interactive environments, and unique team-up possibility so kids can mix cooperation with competition as they claw their way to victory. Players can now fully control their movements, including tackling, blocking, hitting and more, and will enjoy more than 100 new tackle animations in this series.
Up to four players can sing and dance with one or two microphones and show off their talents. Note: Players need the PlayStation Move platform for this game. Using the PlayStation Move motion controller, you can show off your best moves with SingStar dance. If kids tire of the career mode, they can head into the track editor and create the course of their dreams, making sky-high jumps and wild loops. As the brilliantly colored petals rush past certain areas in the environment, they cause changes - new stems sprout up, new grass grows, the world brightens.
There have been countless updates in this game and players will notice improvements and new functionality in everything from the broadcast presentation to on-field authenticity. Loaded with a powerful new set of tools that vastly widen the scope of possibilities in-game, LittleBigPlanet 2 moves far beyond familiar level editing and delivers the power to literally create whole games. Plus: It's the radio-friendly virtual band game, with songs by the likes of the Culture Club, Corinne Bailey Ray, Janet Jackson, Lilly Allen, and Taylor Swift who makes a guest appearance in the game, sans Kanye West. Players race down a straight track taking on or avoiding obstacles such as ramps and hurdles as they try to collect items, score points, and reach the finish line as quickly as possible. Pick your favorite teams and go for it! The game itself is a fun mishmash of dungeon exploration, enemy thwacking, and puzzle solving that will keep kids glued to their seats for as long as parents let them play.
Levels focus on co-operative, physics-based gameplay where players use mechanisms such as cogs and blocks to build anything from small parts to large, complex worlds. Kids watch in wonder as their avatar's paddle-wielding hand mimics every twist and turn of their wrist. Party Mode lets multiple players jump in and out of a song whenever they want. Break into secret research facilities and heavily guarded weapon stashes to upgrade your tools of destruction. In their latest outing, you'll find their gorgeously rendered sci-fi world packed with danger, and it'll take quick thinking and fast reflexes to help them stop an intergalactic war and save a peaceful alien race under attack. Unreleased October 3, 2011 October 9, 2010 Land Ho! Players can even download new dance tracks from the SingStore and then upload all-star performances to My SingStar Online.
Sony and third-party game makers support this platform with many family-friendly games, making it -- along with Microsoft's new controllerless Kinect interface for Xbox 360 -- an important consideration for parents investigating video game options. Players must keep their Monchichi-like animals clean, healthy, and happy over the course of brief, daily play sessions in order to be rewarded with toys that they and their pets can enjoy, plus new outfits for their pets. Sniping Simulation - Sniper Elite V2 features detailed sniping simulation with advanced ballistics, taking into account gravity, wind, velocity, bullet penetration, aim stability and more. Wild Life Gusto Games Unreleased June 25, 2010 November 16, 2010 National Geographic Challenge! Using the same technology and similar concept to the original EyePet game, this updated version doubles the fun and introduces new games and activities so that you can share in the care and feeding of your EyePet, with someone else! You'll get up to 20% cash back when you shop online through. What's more, collecting cherries which function like money will allow players to purchase minigames for play outside the main story mode.