If "Grand Theft Auto IV" is the drama queen of open world gaming, "Saints Row 2" is the class clown, the Farrelly brothers to "GTA's" Tarantino, with any trace of gravitas scrupulously shot off.
More than 20 years after its initial release, "The Princess Bride" has made the transition to videogame via this breezy, animated romp through the lands of Guilder and Florin.
In Konami's "Hellboy: The Science of Evil," the science involves pounding disposable enemies into nondescript turf, while the evil emanates from stunted battle tactics and an unintelligible story.
"Haze" is a blurry mess.
Narnia has a crate and key epidemic in Disney Interactive's new "Prince Caspian" videogame. Though there's a fair bit of action, this movie adaptation is primarily a collection of platform gaming…
Packed with beloved icons catapulting across jostling screens as they engage in bloodless grudge matches, "Super Smash Bros. Brawl" explodes onto the Wii at the top of its game.
"Lost Odyssey," from "Final Fantasy" creator Hironobu Sakaguchi's nascent Mistwalker studio, spoons out tasty comfort food for disciples of Japanese role-playing games.
Games based on family movies often look and play like cheaply made quickies, but that's not the case with Sierra's pleasantly bright "The Spiderwick Chronicles," which turns in a surprisingly…
"Alvin and the Chipmunks" was obviously made with the youngest of gamers in mind, but even they will find little to squeak about in this quickie film license. It's a rhythm game without rhythm, a…
Cute as a button and easy to a fault, "SimCity: Societies" could more accurately be called "SimCity for Dummies."