TEENAGE

Teen Games: Games Out

Di-Andra Brown | Tuesday, December 18, 2012 |



'TIS the season to be jolly... and also the season of gifting. So, just in case you're running low on gift ideas, here is this week's Games Out.

WWE WrestleFest

Release Date: December 19, 2012

Console: X360

ESRB: E10+

WWE WrestleFest is a recreation of the 1991 Technos arcade game WWF WrestleFest. It delivers classic WWE action in 2-D and is complete with a notable roster of current WWE Superstars and popular WWE Legends.

In WrestleFest, players get to experience arcade-style WWE action in several well known arenas, including Raw, SmackDown, WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, and Saturday Night's Main Event.

Take on opponents in a variety of popular match types, including Royal Rumble, Steel Cage, Gauntlet, Tag Team, and more. Players may also challenge themselves to win a series of championships on the Road to WrestleMania and engage in multi-player action.

Cake Ninja: Xmas

Release Date: December 20, 2012

Console: DS

ESRB: E

Cake Ninja: XMAS is, as the name suggests, a Christmas variation of the popular Cake Ninja game series. In this variation ,instead of slicing cake you slice snowballs into small pieces.

The more snowballs you slice, the higher your score. Cake Ninja offers simple, addictive game play, colourful 3D graphics and precise slice recognition. You can also challenge your friends in multi-player mode. The game also offers a variety of bonuses in both single and multi-player mode such as Mirror Blade, Shuriken, Flying Arrows, and Twin Blade.

Kinect Party

Release Date: December 19, 2012

Console: X360

ESRB: E

Kinect Party is the sequel to Double Fine Happy Action Theatre. Previously known as Double Fine Happy Action TV, the party game allows up to six players to fool around in front of the television in a series of silly scenarios, such as your living room filling up with lava or making you the star of a dub step video.

Like its predecessor, Happy Action Theatre is an unrestricted game, providing eighteen different modes that incorporate features of the Kinect motion-sensing and camera system. Kinect Party will be a free download from the time it is released on December 19 through December 31.

PIX 3D

Release Date: December 20, 2012

Console: 3DS

ESRB: E

In this highly addictive puzzle game, you battle against time to get the highest score possible as you reproduce a colourful mess of pixels into a beautiful pixel art picture.

PIX 3D offers 1,000 levels, innovative game play and three different game modes for you to enjoy.

3D Game Collection: 55-in-1

Release Date: December 20, 2012

Console: 3DS

ESRB: E

3D Game Collection: 55-in-1 is a compilation of various single and multi-player games developed and published by Mastertronic. In this compilation you can collect all the cups by winning each game and be crowned champion.

3D Game Collection includes games such as: four-in-a-row, Backgammon, Bingo, Card Solitaire, Checkers, Chinese checkers, Code Cracker, Mah-jong, Domino, and many more.

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