"Transformers: Dark of the Moon" (T) on Xbox360, PS3, Wii, DS and 3DS. This game takes place in between the events of the second and third "Transformers" movies. The Xbox 360 and PS3 versions include a multiplayer mode where you can customize your transformer with unique weapon load-outs before you compete online.

Meanwhile the Wii version features something called Stealth Force mode. This gives you a third hybrid form that has the weapons and firepower of your robot form merged with the agility and maneuverability of your vehicular form.


"Alice: Madness Returns" (M) . . . on Xbox360, PS3 and PC. This is a violent sequel to a PC game that came out 11 years ago. You play a grown up Alice, who's been locked in an asylum while trying to suppress her memories of Wonderland. When she eventually returns to Wonderland, she has to arm herself and fight for her life because Wonderland has been distorted into a lethal death trap by her deteriorating sanity.


"Duke Nukem Forever" (M) . . . on Xbox360, PS3, and PC. Duke Nukem is back and volatile as ever. Aliens invade Earth for the fourth title, but you won't want to let your kids anywhere near this one since it's littered with animated breasts. Duke also exposes himself while he urinates and has the disgusting ability to throw human feces.
On the plus side though, it is littered with animated breasts . . . and you can kick huge aliens in their family jewels. The multiplayer action features shrink rays and freeze guns, and the single-player mini-games include pinball, pool, slot machines, shooting hoops, and lifting weights.


"Child of Eden" (E10+) . . . an Xbox360 Kinect game where your enter the "archive of all human memories" to save it from a virus. Use your hands to shoot objects on the screen, which all produce musical effects, and clap your hands to change weapons.


"Wipeout In the Zone" (E10+) . . . an Xbox Kinect game based on the ABC show "Wipeout". It's for up to four players and it features over 50 obstacles.


"Outland" (E10+) . . . PS3. You switch back and forth between two colors in order to destroy obstacles or enemies of the opposite color. It hit the Xbox Live Arcade back in April, but its PS3 release was delayed by the Playstation Network outage.


That's it kiddos. have fun and try Duke NukeEm and Transformers they look incredible.-B