What games are coming out this week? Let TechnoBuffalo help you keep track with all of the new releases for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii.
Immortalized in the nostalgia of his music, Michael Jackson comes back to life through his own iconic singing and dancing in Michael Jackson: The Experience. Including innumerable famous tracks from Michael Jackson’s extensive catalog, the game has an array of his awe-inspiring dance moves for players to learn and emulate within the title. Alongside utilization of the movement tracking capabilities of both Kinect and Move, Michael Jackson: The Experience additionally allows fans to sing along and test their vocal skills.
Akin to Kinectimals with a different approach to art style, Fantastic Pets brings a world of pet-driven adventure into your living room. Starting with four domestic animals — dog, cat, horse, and lizard — players ultimately strive to morph their creations into mystical unicorns and ferocious dragons. Along the way, players unlock new mini-games and Talent Shows that allow them to reach to professional ranks of pet trainers. Enabling players to step inside of the world and onto the screen, the implementation of motion tracking and voice recognition immerses players in the experience.
Having exhausted environmental dust-bowls and jungles, MotorStorm shifts its focus to a costal city in the midst of natural catastrophes. Set over a three day period, MotorStorm Apocalypse’s backdrop is rapidly disintegrating and being ripped to pieces in real-time. Routes are affected, ultimately guiding the gameplay in crazy and creative directions. Never before have you raced through such insanity.
Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do
Drawing from the gameplay style of its motion-driven predecessor, Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do features a plethora of new mini-games that set the stage for gamers to take a galactic journey to Mars, avoid tornadoes in a hot air balloon race, and take a swing in the batting cage. Classic games add to the family-friendly fun, and numerous interactive prizes and surprises drive the action forward. The Xbox 360’s voice recognition technology also allows for players to have a conversation with a wizard with a weakness for wit.
Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3
In this party adventure based on the animated film Rio, birds party together as they go on the adventure of their lives. Participating in amazing mini-games that feature such mechanics as dodging soccer balls, collective tropical fruits, and strolling across the beach, players are given the wings of Blu as he moves throughout the historic South American town with his female counterpart, Jewel.