|StarTropics||Nintendo of America||E||Wii|
|Assault Heroes 2||Vivendi Games||T||360|
|Bill "Spaceman" Lee's: Baseball Mogul 2008||Strategy First||T||PC|
|Bully: Scholarship Edition||Rockstar Games||T||360, Wii|
|Cory in the House||Disney Interactive Studios||E||DS|
|El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera||THQ||E||PS2|
|Read and Learn Bible||Scholastic Inc.||E||Mac, PC|
|Sudoku Kakuro Mahjongg||Topics Entertainment||E||PC|
|Dancing With The Stars||ValuSoft||E||PC|
|High School Musical 2: Work This Out!||Disney Interactive Studios||E||DS|
|Kirby's Dream Land 3||Nintendo||E||Wii|
|Lost Planet Colonies||Capcom||T||PC, 360|
|Totally Spies! Totally Party||Encore, Inc., A Navarre Corporation Company||E||PC|
|Viking: Battle for Asgard||SEGA of America||M||360, PS3|
|Indiana Jones DS - 2008||LucasArts, a division of Lucasfilm||T||DS|
|Buku Sudoku||Merscom||E||PC, 360|
|BOMBERMAN LAND||Hudson Entertainment Inc||E||Wii|
|BOMBERMAN LAND||Hudson Entertainment Inc||E||PSP|
|Bomberman Land Touch! 2||Hudson Entertainment Inc||E||DS|
|1080 Snowboarding||Nintendo of America||E||Wii|
|Super Mario Bros. 3||Nintendo of America||E||Wii|
Here is the final tally on who, what and where everything was rated for the last week. There were 23 rated entries on eight platforms. PC (8), Nintendo Wii (7) and Xbox 360 (5) had the most games rated. There were 16 of the 23 titles rated at E10+ or lower, six rated at T for Teen and one 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.
I spent the greater part of my informative years glued to the front of a Commodore 64 after we wore out our Intellivision. If you were in the Toledo area surfing C-64 bulletin boards in the mid 80's, we probably have already met. When not running the BBS, I spent countless hours wandering around the streets of Skara Brae, as my life was immersed in The Bard's Tale series on the C-64. After taking the early 90's off from gaming (college years) minus the occasional Bill Walsh College Football on Sega, I was re-introduced to PC games in the mid 1990's with a couple of little games called DOOM II and Diablo. I went all-in with the current generation of consoles, getting an Xbox 360 on launch weekend as well as adding a PS3 and Wii in subsequent years. I now am into the next-gneration (latest?) of consoles with the WiiU and Xbox One. Although I havent taken the plunge on the PS4 yet, it has my interest peaked, especially as my kids continue to grow and their gaming tastes evolve.
While my byline is on many reviews, articles and countless news stories, I have a passion for and spent the last several years at GamingNexus focusing on audio & video and accessories as they relate to gaming. Having over 20 years of Home Theater consulting and sales under my belt, it is quite enjoyable to spend some of my time viewing gaming through the A/V perspective. While I haven't yet made it to one of the major gaming conventions (PAX or E3), I have represented GamingNexus at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in eight of the last nine years.
I have been a staff member at GamingNexus since 2006 and feel lucky to have the opportunity to put to use my B.A. in Journalism from The Ohio State University. Although I have gone into semi-retirement as of 2014, I am still hanging around as a part-time contributor and fill in as needed.