|Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit||Atari, Inc.||T||360, PS3|
|FPS Creator X10||The Game Creators LTD||T||PC|
|Galactic Dream: Rage of War||Strategy First||E10+||PC|
|Iron Man||SEGA of America||E10+||DS|
|Lost in Blue 3||Konami Digital Entertainment||E10+||DS|
|Penumbra-Black Plague||Paradox Interactive||M||PC|
|Plant Tycoon||Game Mill Entertainment||E||PC|
|Biathlon 2008||Conspiracy Entertainment Corporation||E||PS2|
|Double Sequence: The Q Virus Invasion||Destination Software, Inc.||E||DS|
|Forgotten Riddles: The Mayan Princess||Activision Value Publishing||E||PC|
|GameHouse Solitaire Challenge||RealNetworks||E||Mac, PC, Browser|
|Joboo's Gems||Astound Studios LLC||E||PC|
|Samurai Warriors 2 Xtreme Legends||KOEI Corporation||T||PS2|
|SEGA Superstars Tennis™||Sega of America||E10+||PS2, 360, Wii, PS3|
|Super Jigsaw Adorable Animals 2||RealNetworks||E||Mac, PC|
|The Spiderwick Chronicles||Vivendi Games||E10+||PC, PS2, 360, Wii|
|The Spiderwick Chronicles||Vivendi Games||E10+||DS|
|Turbo Pizza||Elephant Entertainment||E||PC|
|Yahtzee™ Texas Hold'em||RealNetworks||E||Mac, PC|
|Azada||Activision Value Publishing||E||PC|
|Ikaruga||TREASURE Co., Ltd.||E||360|
|Miss Management||Brighter Minds Media||T||Mac, PC|
|Polly Pride: Pet Detective||iWin, Inc.||E||Mac, PC, Browser|
|The History Channel: Lost Worlds||Activision Value Publishing||E||PC|
|Cybernator||Hudson Entertainment Inc||E10+||Wii|
|Adventures of LOLO 2||Nintendo||E||Wii|
|Fritz X Chess||Viva-Media, LLC||E||PC|
|Frogger 2||Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.||E||360|
|Stranger||CDV Software Entertainment USA||T||PC|
|Sudden Strike 3: Arms for Victory||CDV Software Entertainment USA||T||PC|
|Heavenly Guardian||UFO Interactive Games||E||Wii|
|Paws and Claws: Pet Vet Down Under||ValuSoft||E||PC|
|Neverwinter Nights 2: Mystery of Westgate||Atari, Inc.||T||PC|
Here is the final tally on who, what and where everything was rated for the last two weeks. There were 36 rated entries on eight platforms. Windows PC (21), Nintendo Wii (6), Xbox 360 (5) and Mac (5) had the most games rated. There were 27 of the 36 games were rated at E10+ or lower, eight 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.
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