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Borderlands (Xbox 360, 2009)
Borderlands  (Xbox 360, 2009) $12.95 - $59.99 4.64 Stars
284 Reviews
A sci-fi / action RPG from acclaimed developer Gearbox, Borderlands combines the best in first-person action with player customization and vehicular combat for incredible layers of gameplay depth. The game features a groundbreaking content generation system allowing for near-endless variety in missions, environments, enemies, weapons, item drops and character customization. Borderlands allows for multiple players to share the same game experience simultaneously online in co-op gameplay. Players can freely join or leave each other's games at anytime, or choose to play in the full single-player mode. The game also boasts lifelike character animations, impressive real-time physics, and customizable vehicles.
Wii Sports (Wii, 2006)
Wii Sports  (Wii, 2006) $21.99 - $34.99 4.71 Stars
646 Reviews
The first sports title for Nintendo's Wii showcases the platform's unique controller and its potential for revitalizing conventional genres. Versions of tennis, baseball, golf, bowling, and boxing are included in this collection designed for gamers of all backgrounds. In tennis, the Wii Remote is held like a racket, with onscreen athletes responding to the direction and speed at which players swing the input device. Lobs, serves, backhands, and smashes are all performed by moving the controller in lieu of pressing buttons. Both singles and doubles matches on multiple court surfaces are available, with the latter supporting up to four players simultaneously. Baseball and golf follow a similar style, with the Wii Remote functioning as either a bat or a club, while bowling and boxing use the device to simulate throws and punches. Wii Sports is the first game bundled with the launch of a Nintendo console since 1991's Super Mario World on Super NES.
Mario Kart 7 (Nintendo 3DS, 2011)
Mario Kart 7  (Nintendo 3DS, 2011) $24.99 - $40.94 4.92 Stars
66 Reviews
Nintendo's influential kart-racing series hits new highs and lows in its stereoscopic debut on 3DS. Players steer their favorite Mushroom Kingdom residents -- or their own Mii characters -- through more than 30 new and classic courses, making use of hang-gliding high-jumps and submarine shortcuts. Extended kart customization options allow players to choose the best tires and special accessories for their next race. In the spirit of the series, a variety of multiplayer options are available, for as many as eight, along with single-player racing.

Tilt-to-steer controls and a first-person perspective mode are options. As in the Wii edition of Mario Kart, 3DS players can collect coins for added defense, and earn an extra boost by performing in-air tricks. Inspired by the classic Super Mario Bros. platform games, Mario Kart 7's new power-ups include the Super Leaf, which adds an swiping Tanooki tail to the vehicle, and the Fire Flower, which allows karts to shoot fireballs at opponents. Turtle shells, ink blots, banana peels, and other familiar Mario Kart items also add to the chaotic racecourse competition.

The game's graphics are designed to make use of the three-dimensional display, making it easier to judge the relative distances of objects than in the past parallax and polygonal Mario Kart games. The characters themselves are lively and reactive, shooting glances at their opponents as they pass and making other facial expressions when they feel singled-out. Players can race against one another, online, or over a local wireless connection. Racing records and ghost-run data can be traded through the game's StreetPass and SpotPass features.
Street Fighter IV (Sony Playstation 3, 2009)
Street Fighter IV  (Sony Playstation 3, 2009) $11.69 - $39.99 4.57 Stars
200 Reviews
The fighting game series' first true sequel in three console generations, Street Fighter IV re-creates the classic characters, settings, and time-tested 2D fighting mechanics, at resolutions and frame rates that make use of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 potential. Favorite characters and backdrops, once depicted in 16-bit pixels, appear as colorful, hand-drawn illustrations brought to life in full, fluid 3D. The game introduces a slew of new special attacks, but the series' basic moves are at the heart of the six-button control scheme. A challenging new Focus Attack system can allow a low-health fighter to absorb an attack and then unleash a powerful counterattack, strong enough to grab an unexpected victory with a last-moment turnaround.

Street Fighter IV follows Street Fighter II in the series narrative, taking place before the events of Street Fighter III. Over two dozen characters are available for play, including core heroes and villains from Street Fighter II such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-li, and M. Bison. There are also series newcomers, such as Gouken, the trainer of Ryu and Ken, C. Viper, a government agent with moves as tight as her uniform, and the weapons master Seth, who can use the special moves of other characters. Home versions of Street Fighter IV also feature characters not in the arcade version of the game, including Fie Long, Dan, Gen, and Cammy, who won the most fan votes in an online poll, prior to the game's U.S. release.
Mortal Kombat [Best Buy Exclusive] (Sony Playstation 3, 2011)
Mortal Kombat [Best Buy Exclusive]  (Sony Playstation 3, 2011) $8.99 - $45.96 4.85 Stars
216 Reviews
The definitively violent Mortal Kombat fighting game series is re-invented on high-definition consoles in its ninth full production, a plainly titled release that both moves the supernatural combat action forward and returns it to its roots. Rendered in full 3D, the hand-to-hand battles play out strictly on a 2D plane, as in the original Mortal Kombat games for 16-bit consoles, emphasizing keenly timed blocks, counter-moves, and ranged attacks. More so than in any recent Mortal Kombat game, the fighting action is designed for true hardcore players, with each character presenting a deep system of special attacks to master and relative weaknesses to overcome. Each character can also execute a full-fledged fatality move, in classic MK form.

Leaving aside the inter-dimensional diversions of the most recent Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, the game's unusually involving single-player story begins after the events of Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, but then returns to the events of the first three games to revisit the series' original lore. Gaining a trans-temporal awareness, the enigmatic thunder-god Raiden is central to the plot, but gamers take the roles of several different combatants as they progress through the campaign. In all, over two-dozen characters are playable in this edition of Mortal Kombat, each uniquely modeled and individually animated. Multiplayer fighting is thoroughly supported, in both same-console and online options, with a selection of competitive and cooperative modes.

The Best Buy exclusive includes a code to download the classic Sub-Zero character skin and classic Sub-Zero fatality move.
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