The Wii U Gampad controller from Nintendo removes the traditional barriers between games, players, and the TV by creating a second window into the video game world. It incorporates second window into the video game world. It incorporates a 6.2-inch LCD touch screen, motion control, camera, microphone, stereo speakers, rumble features, sensor bar, stylus, and more!
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Who doesn’t look forward to the great holiday classics that are on TV this time of year? Both kids and parents cannot get enough of them!
Now one holiday favorite, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town is available as a game for Nintendo DS and Wii! The game follows Kris’ path to becoming Santa Claus, including being adopted by the toymakers Kringle, meeting and being rescued by the future Mrs. Claus, and acquiring his famed flying reindeer. With a co-op mode that allows Kris’ penguin sidekick, Topper, to join the adventure, Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town for Wii is an easy to play and fun game for the whole family.
Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town is available on DVD (SRP $14.99) and is part of The Original Christmas Classics® gift set (SRP $44.95 Blu-ray, $29.98 DVD) also featuring, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “Frosty the Snowman.”
Alvin and The Chipmunks will be back in theaters December 16th for their 3rd big screen movie, “Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked!” and to go along with this highly anticipated family movie there are some great licensed toys available for the biggest Alvin and the Chipmunk Fans!
Build-A-Bear Workshop®, in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox, has introduced make-your-own Alvin and Brittany plush characters into Build-A-Bear Workshop stores nationwide. Available in two sizes guests can make their very own large size Alvin and Brittany ($23 each), as well as purchase pre-stuffed mini form, all dressed in island apparel of Alvin and the Chipmunks friends Simon, Theodore, Jeanette and Eleanor ($12 each, or $10 each when Guests purchase two or more).
Majesco Entertainment Company has also teamed up with Twentieth Century Fox to bring Chipmunk fans the official Chipwrecked! video game. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked is a full-body motion-based dance experience on Kinect for Xbox 360 and Wii™ that is fun for all ages. Players can choose to dance to multiple routines as their favorite ‘Munk (Alvin, Simon, and Theodore) or Chipette (Brittany, Eleanor, and Jeanette), while earning more points if they can dance on the beat. In addition, players who fill their “Munk Power” meter are then able to perform ultra-cool dance moves that electrify the crowd.
Developed by Behaviour Interactive, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked video game is rated E10+ and now available on Kinect for Xbox 360 for a suggested retail price of $39.99, and on Wii™ and Nintendo DS™ for a suggested retail price of $29.99.
Moxie Girlz for the Nintendo DS is available now in retail stores nationwide just in time for holidays.
The popular fashion doll has is joining the video game world with its fun filled imagination video game featuring activities that capture the positive Moxie Girlz messages that focus on building confidence, courage and creativity.
Moxie Girls for DS creates hours of fun just by Customizing your Moxie Girlz character and express your creativity in Fashion Play mode with dozens of hair styles, accessories and more.
Additional Moxie Girlz video game features:
- Customization: Pick which Moxie Girlz character you want to be or upload pictures of yourself.
- Variety of Modes: Art Play, Fashion Play, Games and more!
- Personality Quizzes: Discover the Moxie Girlz character that resembles you!
- Picture Fun: Use DSi functionality for picture taking and puzzle games – mix and match!
- Positive Message: All modes and game play focus on the positive Moxie Girlz message be true, be you!
This Nintendo DS Game hit stores on October 25th , is rated “E” for everyone and is retailing for $19.99.
Yesterday retailers such as Amazon.com and Game Stop began taking preorders for Nintendo‘s newest portable gaming system, the Nintendo 3DS.
Retailing for $249.99, The Nintendo allows 3D gaming on a touch- LCD screen without the need for glasses.
Along with 30 titles set to be available at launch, the 3DS will also include a 3D camera which we hear is quite impressive and augmented reality cards which will allow for augmented reality picture taking as well as gaming.
Below is one of the first looks of that augmented reality gaming, conducted by Engadget.
We think it’s pretty cool- what do you think?