Mad Dash Racing XBox

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Mad Dash Racing
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A racing game with a difference, Mad Dash Racing sees a horde of bipedal animals competing against each other in races on foot, instead of the garden-variety go-kart. At the behest of Hex, an evil wizard, these racers (a motley group of lions, hogs, and aliens) have gathered on a small island. The wizard is hoping that they'll collect the pieces of meteor he needs to gain untold power, under the guise of competing in a footrace. The racers themselves excel in one of three particular categories, namely, speed, strength, and flight. Proficiency in a particular category allows your chosen character to run incredibly fast, bash through obstacles or even take to the sky and fly for short distances. By collecting ten meteor chunks on the track, all three of these special moves can be performed regardless of your particular racer's abilities.

The Adventure Mode provides the player with tasks that must be achieved in addition to completing the race, and includes stunt, time-based, and cash-collecting challenges. The completion of these challenges will grant access to additional racers and courses, which in turn, can be used in the four-player split-screen versus mode. The game's ten courses are extremely large and can take up to five minutes to traverse. Shortcuts populate the various courses, and on occasion provide platform-style challenges to the player -- such as rotating the right analog stick to swim across a body of water. In-game music is provided by the likes of Moby, Fatboy Slim, and Propellerheads, amongst others.

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Royal Envoy 2 Collector's Edition

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Royal Envoy 2
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Team up with Cedric once again for another exciting adventure. The King wants you to travel to the faraway land of Middleshire where you must construct and upgrade houses to help its people. Here you will be greeted by a host of zany new characters and meet a few old favorites. Explore ancient caves and forgotten mines. Meet mystical nymphs and leprechauns. Engage in snowball fights in the frigid arctic, and rescue the people of Middleshire from the fires of a terrible volcano. With you as their guide, the people will build a paradise while you win prizes for your speed and quick wit.

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Cars Race-O-Rama - [Xbox 360] - Used

Cars Race-O-Rama

THQ's third game inspired by Pixar's hit computer animated film, Cars Race-O-Rama introduces 15 playable characters to go along with the existing cast from previous titles. You'll compete in a total of eight racing locales, from Radiator Springs Speedway and Santa Carburera to Motoropolis City and Autovia. The main storyline follows Lightning McQueen's effort to prepare his students for the Race-O-Rama competition. Rival Chick Hicks is doing the same, and he will stop at nothing to ensure his academy wins the prize -- including telling his students to cheat. A new drifting mechanic lets you power slide more easily around the courses, while performing stunts during races will rev up the paparazzi and crowd. Challenge a friend in a choice of missions, lap races, and other activities. Test your skills in all-new mini-games, including the "Mack Track Challenge," "Tractor Stampede," "Photo Op," "Auto Cross," and more.

Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 XBox

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Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2
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"Miracle Boy" Dave Mirra makes his Xbox debut in this sequel to 2000's hit BMX game. A total of 14 professional riders are available to play as or against through ten interactive levels: Woodward Camp, Trainyards, Swampy Trails, Commerce District, Galloon Water Park, HWY 47 Cloverleaf, Devil's Peak, Airport Parking Garage, Greenville, and Venice. The last two levels are Xbox bonuses. Four modes of play include Proquest, Session, Free Ride, and Multiplayer. The game also includes a Park Editor option, where players can modify a course and then ride it in either the Session or Free Ride modes.

As in most games in the extreme sports genre, Freestyle BMX 2 involves performing a variety of tricks in order to earn points. One distinguishing feature is a player's ability to individually modify air tricks, grinds, manuals, stalls, and wall rides to create over 1,500 possible combinations. Learning the moves will help players advance through the Proquest mode, which involves completing a series of level challenges and entering a competition, where players perform as many tricks as possible within two runs to impress a panel of five judges. During Proquest, players earn the "respect" of their virtual peers by performing well.

This respect is converted into Respect Points, used to unlock additional bikes and other bonuses. Also available on each level in the Proquest mode are ten to 30 gaps, where players have the option of stringing together a series of aerial tricks while attempting to land safely on the other side. Completing the gap challenges also adds to a player's Respect Points, though they are not required in order to advance. After completing a level, record-breaking scores and instant replays can be saved to the hard drive.

The two other single-player modes include Session, a two-minute ride through any of the available levels, and Free Ride, which removes the clock so players can explore a course for as long as needed. Multiplayer mode offers 13 contests in which two players alternate turns. The object is to score as many points as possible within three turns of 30 seconds each. Any scores achieved during this mode are considered valid entries for the record book, giving players a target to aspire to. Lastly, the Park Editor allows players to modify a park, selecting a theme, adjusting terrain, and positioning 20 objects such as rails, quarter pipes, stairs, and more.

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House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets Collector's Edition

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House of 1000 Doors
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When the dead cannot find release, the House of 1000 Doors serves as a portal that allows the living to help them.  Guide Kate Reed as she solves four mind-bending mysteries that take her to worlds she's never imagined!

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Saw - [Xbox 360] - Used

Saw

Grown-up gamers solve life-and-death puzzles as time runs out in Saw, a brutally graphic horror adventure based on the Lionsgate film series. In the role of a detective on the trail of the twisted serial killer known as Jigsaw, players find themselves trapped in the sadistic game master's lair -- an abandoned asylum full of deadly devices, vicious minions, and other poor victims. The hero's partner is already gone, and other helpless innocents are soon to follow, unless the detective can act quickly and correctly to save them. First, however, he'll need to save himself, as he begins the adventure with his head encased in bear trap that is ready to be sprung. Manipulating traps and other deadly devices in the game is accomplished through Quick Time-style events, in which players must accurately match button-presses to onscreen cues in fast succession. The play of the game also involves exploration, inventory puzzles, stealth, and melee combat, as players explore the asylum, attempt to free other victims, and eliminate Jigsaw's thugs. Players' actions and choices influence the progression of the game's storyline, which is written to pose the same kind of gruesome moral dilemmas that Jigsaw's victims face in the feature films. As horror fans make their way through the adventure, the origin of the puppet head-proxy villain is revealed, along with the mysterious fates of other characters from the original Saw movie.

Nicktoons: Attack of the toybots Game Boy Advance

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Nicktoons: Attack of the toybots
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Professor Calamitous has created a huge army of evil toys and loosed them in a multi-dimensional attack. Each evil toy resembles a popular Nicktoons character, and it's up to players to help the cartoons defeat their diabolical doppelgangers. Gamers can guide ten popular characters, including Stimpy, Tak, and El Tigre, through five worlds full of fast-paced action platforming. Progressing through each world will unlock bonus characters, costumes, and behind-the-scenes info about the game. Players will also come across Hero Zones that require the special abilities of particular characters, and a number of upgradeable mechanical combat suits that allow the Nicktoons to battle their evil counterparts. Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots is primarily a single-player game, but special bonus modes are equipped for two-person co-op play.

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Revenge of the Spirit: Rite of Resurrection

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Revenge of the Spirit
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The day famed mystery writer Adora Graves died the lights went out in the city of Beacon as the Revenge of the Spirit! It's up to you, a passerby, to cast light on this mystery or be stuck in this shadowy town forever. Explore gorgeous Hidden Object scenes and save the city of Beacon from the terrible curse. Calm the restless spirit to cast away the darkness and save the day in Revenge of the Spirit!

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Street Fighter IV - [Xbox 360] - Used

Street Fighter IV

The fighting game series' first true sequel in three console generations, Street Fighter IV re-creates the classic characters, settings, and time-tested 2D fighting mechanics, at resolutions and frame rates that make use of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 potential. Favorite characters and backdrops, once depicted in 16-bit pixels, appear as colorful, hand-drawn illustrations brought to life in full, fluid 3D. The game introduces a slew of new special attacks, but the series' basic moves are at the heart of the six-button control scheme. A challenging new Focus Attack system can allow a low-health fighter to absorb an attack and then unleash a powerful counterattack, strong enough to grab an unexpected victory with a last-moment turnaround. Street Fighter IV follows Street Fighter II in the series narrative, taking place before the events of Street Fighter III. Over two dozen characters are available for play, including core heroes and villains from Street Fighter II such as Ryu, Ken, Chun-li, and M. Bison. There are also series newcomers, such as Gouken, the trainer of Ryu and Ken, C. Viper, a government agent with moves as tight as her uniform, and the weapons master Seth, who can use the special moves of other characters. Home versions of Street Fighter IV also feature characters not in the arcade version of the game, including Fie Long, Dan, Gen, and Cammy, who won the most fan votes in an online poll, prior to the game's U.S. release.


Black College Football: The Xperience [Xbox 360]

Black College Football

Designed to celebrate the rich football traditions at historically black colleges and universities, Black College Football: The Xperience lets gamers head to the gridiron with 36 different teams, while two Guitar Hero-style modes also let players simulate the spectacular pageantry of halftime shows. The "Road to the Championship" mode finds players engaging in hard-hitting action as they climb to the top of the HBCU world, while "Classics" mode lets gamers re-live some of the greatest moments from the storied histories of the Southwestern Athletic Conference, the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, and the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The "Drum Line Challenge" lets two players use their controller or drum pad peripheral to compete in a head-to-head drum line competition, while the interactive halftime shows find players flexing their rhythm-action skills to improve the attributes of their football team. Those looking for a bit more history can also head to the Legends Museum to learn about all the famous players who graduated from historically black colleges and universities. ~ Christopher Brown, All Game Guide

Crash of the Titans game boy advance

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Crash of the Titans
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Crash Bandicoot is back in an all-new handheld adventure that involves saving his island from the diabolical duo of Neo and Nina Cortex. The omnipotent ones have transformed local animals into hulking mutants in a mad bid to gain control over the region. Though Crash has been in relaxation mode for quite some time, he hasn't let his acrobatic skills atrophy. He's even acquired a few new moves to tip the scales in his favor. The wonder-from-down-under can now engage in frenzied fisticuffs, using combinations of flying kicks, flurrying punches, and dizzying spins to subdue his foes.

Crash can also acquire the abilities of the mutant animals, up to 15 in total, after weakening them in combat. This "jacking" mechanic allows players to use each creature's powerful attributes and attacks to help clear the way of other enemies. While the GBA cartridge features many of the same concepts as the console versions, there are some key differences. Players will explore five different islands, each offering distinct titans to defeat and some familiar mini-bosses, including N-Gin, Tiny, and the handheld-exclusive Dingodile. The visuals are composed of pre-rendered 3D sprites in predominately side-scrolling stages, with vehicle sequences in between the main levels. Also unique to the GBA version is the ability to unlock battle arenas for players to hone their combat skills.

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Delicious: Emily's True Love

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Delicious: Emily's True Love
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Share in Emily's search for true happiness with Delicious - Emily's True Love, a wonderful new chapter in the amazing series.

A year after Emily opens her own restaurant, business continues to boom though her personal life is completely non-existent. Shades of promise appear when she receives a rose, but she is too shy to act on it. Then one day an old love letter from a summer romance arrives that turns Emily's world upside down. Will she act upon either of these to find her true love?

Find out as you follow Emily on this all-new romantic journey. Work your way through Emily's Place and all the way to Paris helping customers and learning more about the one that got away. Complete all-new wonderful games, slink your way through awkward situations, and meet fantastic new friends around the world. With exhilarating tasks, endearing surprises, rewarding trophies, and fabulous upgrades, Delicious - Emily's True Love is destined to become your favorite.

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MLB Front Office Manager - [Xbox 360] - Used

MLB Front Office Manager

The developer of the arcade-style baseball game The Bigs returns to the field with an entirely different take on America's pastime in MLB Front Office Manager. Designed for statheads and sabermetricians, Front Office Manager puts players in the role of general manager of a MLB team and tasks them with building a winning franchise. Gamers create a unique GM by choosing appearance, age, nationality, and most importantly, professional background -- a decision that will determine if the GM is stronger with money and contracts or scouting and development. Aside from the standard tasks of making trades and signing free agents, players will also need to manage minor league rosters, set budgets for worldwide scouting, participate in the Rule 5 draft, and even bid on posted Japanese free agents. Solid personnel moves increases a general manager's attributes and mistakes have the opposite effect, but luckily gamers can consult Billy Beane, GM of the Oakland Athletics and star of the book -Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, for in-game advice and encouragement. Players can also watch broadcast-style presentation as they manage some of the finer points of each contest, while gamers looking for multiplayer action can head online for fantasy leagues featuring traditional rules for rotisserie and head-to-head scoring systems.

Happy Chef

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Happy Chef
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Take command of the kitchen and show your master-chef skills in this highly addictive time management game! Your day has finally come – your dad has entrusted his tiny diner to you, and you have no other choice but to accept it. Through your dedication and hard work, you manage to create the best known restaurant in the country! Cook more than 100 different dishes, ranging from hot-dogs to sophisticated seafood meals. Decorate your restaurant, develop expert culinary skills, upgrade your kitchen and become a happy chef!

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Assassin's Creed II - [Xbox 360] - Used

Assassin's Creed II

Single-handedly take out well-guarded targets through a combination of stealth and acrobatic maneuvers in this anticipated sequel to 2007's Assassin's Creed. Featuring a new protagonist in a different era, you'll control a young nobleman named Ezio Auditore da Firenze in 15th century Italy, at the height of the Renaissance. After a tragic event befalls his family, Ezio trains to become a master assassin, looking to exact his revenge on those responsible. Ezio will explore three sprawling cities, countryside, and various small villages while completing objectives during the day or at night. Assassin's Creed II offers three times the mission types found in its predecessor, with more things to see and do within each setting. Money is now an important part of the game, allowing Ezio to purchase weapons, clothing, armor, repairs, and decorative items for his Italian villa. Ezio can pickpocket people, search for hidden chests, and complete side missions to fill his coffers. Other key changes include Ezio's ability to swim and even soar through the sky thanks to friend Leonardo da Vinci's flying machine. The open-ended world also allows for more free-running, climbing, and leaping from great heights. Among the new weapons at Ezio's disposal are pikes, maces, war hammers, scimitars, axes, and twin wrist-mounted blades that can be used to kill two people at once. Updated combat techniques include the ability to grab, kick, head-butt, drown, disarm, or pounce on enemies.

BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger -- Limited Edition - [Xbox 360] - Used

BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger

BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger is a 2D fighting game by Arc System Works, the studio that created the distinctive Guilty Gear series. As the developer's first 2D fighter developed for high-definition systems, BlazBlue features fast, anime-inspired fighting action, which plays out over detailed, multi-layered backgrounds, with flashy, sometimes psychedelic visual effects for special attacks and big hits. The fighting takes on a certain rhythm, as there is a split second pause after each hit, giving players who can catch on to the cadence a chance to use the brief freezes to time their next move or counterattack. The action is very fast, and without the stuttering pauses, few humans could hope to keep up. Each character has a special "drive" attack move, which is difficult to perform, but devastating if used correctly. The story of the game involves dissent and destruction among a powerful council, known unofficially as "the Library," which controls a great power that once saved humanity, but which now wields its power in protective, some say repressive, ways. The game's developer declared BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger to be the "spiritual successor" to the Guilty Gear series. Its roster of combatants is a rogues' gallery of weird, super-powered, emotionally complicated characters, including vampires and werewolves, and the beat-'em-up action plays out to an unrelenting precision-metal soundtrack by composer :Daisuke Ishiwatari. Initially available to all North American consumers who pre-ordered the game, the Limited Edition of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger includes a 48-song, two-disc soundtrack and a video disc featuring tutorials and character-specific strategies, and comes in special packaging.

The Beatles: Rock Band - [Xbox 360] - Used

The Beatles: Rock Band

The Fab Four take center stage once more in this exclusive Rock Band spin-off. More than a compilation of songs from the Beatles, the game recreates the band's historic concerts, signature instruments, and changing appearances over the span of a 12-album career. Digital versions of John, Paul, George, and Ringo will not only perform at authentic venues, but also within dreamlike environments inspired by some of the band's more colorful songs. As with previous entries in the Rock Band franchise, the game involves playing songs by following onscreen cues with one of four peripherals: a microphone, lead guitar, bass guitar, and drums. Vocals now offer three playable parts, a first for the series, including one lead and two harmonies. A built-in vocal trainer will help you get accustomed to singing each melody, as you are able to freely switch between all three parts with a press of a button. Three microphones are required to harmonize with your friends. Featured on the disc are 45 tracks, including &"Back in the U.S.S.R.," &"Here Comes the Sun," &"I Feel Fine," &"Taxman," &"Octopus' Garden," &"Get Back," &"Day Tripper," &"I Saw Her Standing There," &"I Am the Walrus," and &"I Want to Hold Your Hand." Downloadable content is also supported to expand the initial track list, with 1969's ^Abbey Road the first album scheduled for online distribution. Xbox 360 owners will also be able to download a system-exclusive track, &"All You Need Is Love," to enhance their collection.

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