|Day of the Zombie||Groove Games||Mature||PC|
|DRAGON QUEST V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride||Square Enix, Inc||Everyone 10+||DS|
|Dreamer: Horse Trainer||DreamCatcher||Everyone||DS|
|DanceDanceRevolution Disney Grooves||Konami||Everyone||Wii|
|50 Cent: Blood on the Sand||THQ Inc||Mature||360, PS3|
|Animal Planet: Emergency Vets||Activision-Blizzard||Everyone||DS|
|Ar tonelico 2: Melody of Metafalica||NIS America, Inc.||Teen||PS2|
|Bionic Commando||Capcom||Mature||PC, 360, PS3|
|High Voltage Hot Rod Show||High Voltage Software, Inc.||Everyone||Wii|
|War Leaders: Clash of Nations||DreamCatcher||Teen||PC|
|GONG! - Goal or No Goal||ValuSoft Inc.||Everyone||PC|
|Battlestations: Pacific||Eidos Interactive||Teen||PC, 360|
|Cooking Mama World Kitchen||Majesco Entertainment||Everyone||Wii|
|LUMINES Supernova||Q Entertainment, Inc.||Everyone||PS3|
|LOST: Via Domus||Encore Software||Teen||PC|
|Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe (Kollector's Edition)||Midway Home Entertainment||Teen||360, PS3|
|Art Style: ORBIENT||Nintendo||Everyone||Wii|
|PHINEAS AND FERB + DGamer||Disney Interactive Studios||Everyone||DS|
|Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4||Atlus USA, Inc.||Mature||PS2|
|Summer Sports 2: Island Sports Party||Destineer||Everyone||Wii|
|World Championship Games - A Track and Field Event||The Game Factory Aps||Everyone||DS|
Here is the final tally on who, what and where everything was rated for last week. There were 24 rated titles on six platforms. PC (7), Wii (6), 360 (5) and DS (5) had the most games rated. There were 15 of the 24 titles rated at E10+ or lower, 5 rated at T for Teen and four (50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, Day of the Zombie, Bionic Commando and Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4) rated at M for Mature.
Got a comment on the article or a rated games, put it in the section below or send me an e-mail. Until next week, make sure you know what your kids are playing……
*The weekly Intriguing Title of the Week (and any game that is tossed in that paragraph) is identified based on a game on the list that catches the eye of the author for any number of reasons. Good, bad or otherwise, feel free to agree, disagree or add some constructive input to the discussion.
* The product in this article was sent to us by the developer/company.
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