|Rez HD||Q Entertainment, Inc.||E||360|
|Rocky and Bullwinkle||Zen Studios Ltd.||E||360|
|The Bullwinkle Show||Zen Studios Ltd.||E||360|
|Coffeetime Crosswords||Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.||E||360|
|Drone Tactics||Atlus USA||E10+||DS|
|Hoyle Card Classics||Encore, Inc., A Navarre Corporation Company||T||PC|
|Iron Man™||SEGA of America||T||360, PS3|
|Kidz Sports International Soccer||Destineer||E||Wii|
|Kung Fu Panda||Activision||E10+||PC, 360, PS3|
|Kung Fu Panda||Activision||E10+||DS|
|Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3||NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.||T||PS2|
|Rapala's Fishing Frenzy||Activision Value||E||PC, PS2, 360, PS3|
|SEGA Superstars Tennis™||Sega of America||E||DS|
|Speed Racer||Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment||E||DS|
|Star Wars: The Force Unleashed||LucasArts||T||PS2, PSP, Wii|
|The Tuttles Madcap Misadventures||Legacy Interactive||E||PC|
|Wedding Dash||Brighter Minds Media||E10+||Mac, PC, Browser|
|Winx Club: Mission Enchantix||Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.||E||DS|
Here is the final tally on who, what and where everything was rated for the last week. There were 20 rated entries on nine platforms. Xbox 360 (7), Nintendo DS (5), Xbox 360 (5) and PC (5) had the most games rated. There were 16 of the 20 titles rated at E10+ or lower, four rated at T for Teen and none rated at M for Mature.
Got a comment on the rated games, put it in the section below. Until next week, make sure you know what your kids are playing…
* The product in this article was sent to us by the developer/company for review.
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