This summer had games like Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Mass Effect 2: Overlord downloadable add-on to keep gamers in a fun universe this summer. Here are some quality games you might have missed this summer.
America’s Test Kitchen Let’s Get Cooking
This user-friendly Nintendo DS/DSi exclusive cooking game further blurs the line between game and electronic companion, while providing helpful, informative and entertaining ways to strengthen your culinary skills. Nintendo give players 300 recipes, customized recipe options generated from an ingredient list, and even recipe task assignments so everyone can get involved.
Neko Entertainment packs an incredible amount of stylish content and fun into an all-ages, dinosaur age-themed format. This Nintendo DSiWare exclusive game (800 points) incorporates hysical properties involving land, air, fire, water and even explosions factor into the controls and physics as players must return the lovable eggs to their nest.
Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
Experience hand held heaven with an easy battle system, multiplayer options, and several side missions in Nintendo’s role-playing adventure.
This PlayStation Network game from newcomer Hello Games contains amazing stunts as players lead Joe on his motorbike through an outstanding side scrolling adventure.
PlayDead brings this clever puzzle platform adventure exclusively to the Xbox 360 Live with striking monochromatic shades and smooth graphics.
Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge
Guybrush Threepwood, Governor Elaine Marley and antagonist ghost pirate LeChuck are back with treasure hunting adventures, challenging puzzles, and, as always, clever humor. On the Mac and PC with a special edition on mobile phone, iPad, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360.
Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
Ubisoft’s multi-console game features special sand powers, great physics based movements, big bosses and two player co-operative options as the successful series continues.
Puzzle Quest 2
Role playing and puzzle play unite as player associate level up skills with gem colors in this D3 Publisher game. This adventure game series continues on mobile phone, PC, Xbox 360 and even the Nintendo DS and iPad.
The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition
This Guybrush Threepwood installment warmed up gamers for LucasArts’ Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge — Special Edition with the classic art style reformatted in 1080p format and transfer options between the classic mode and special edition with a helpful hint system and improved controls/interface.