Army Men: Soldiers of Misfortune (Nintendo Wii, 2008)
Very challenging, but full of flaws... damn Wii remote!
Like all Army Men installments, this one has a green(goodguys) and tan(badguys) conflict. What makes this different is that Tommy-the boy who owns the toys is involved in the game. You play as Tommy and rescue the green. Tommy is the same size as the toys(honey I shrunk the ...Lire toute la critique
Mortal Kombat II (Sega Saturn, 1996)
A must have for fighting game fans of all ages!!
Of all the fighting games that have been released, Mortal Kombat II for the Sega Saturn is the best choice. The game play is identical to the arcade and the controller enhances gameplay to the max. For those who have played the version for the SNES and Playstation, the compa...Lire toute la critique
Army Men (Nintendo Game Boy Color, 1999)
Fantastic intro to shooter genre
For those who are on the fence about the shooter genre, this is the best series to use to get your feet wet. The Army Men series does a great job incorporating battle tactics using the first person viewpoint. What it also does is simplifies the game by making weapons and sur...Lire toute la critique