Zumba Fitness World Party offers several game modes including classes and a World Tour mode. In the World Tour mode you get to virtually travel the world and dance to and unlock many exotic songs. Some of the places you get visit include Europe, Hawaii, India and Puerto Rico.
Holidays are looming in and organizations are throwing off as many deals as they can on ways. While Steam has launched its Autumn Sale, Amazon didn’t sit ideal but to start their Cyber Monday Deals. Most of the deals are incredibly tempting, and especially these listed five below.
"Launching at retail stores from today, Young Justice: Legacy is based on the Young Justice television programme and offers a story the bridges the gap between the first and second series. Young Justice: Legacy is available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U and PC."
"It’s finally here. What was once talked about in hushed tones as next-next-gen all those years ago is officially unleashed upon the public, with Sony’s Playstation 4, Microsoft’s Xbox One and – yes I’m including it – Nintendo’s Wii U all now out the wilds for purchase (unless you’re in the European market and have to wait till November the 29th to get your hands on a PS4)."
"This week’s biggest release on Nintendo consoles is undoubtedly The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, available to download via the Nintendo eShop now. Also released this week is a demo version of Sonic Lost World for both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag for Nintendo’s home console."
"I knew this game would be bad coming into this review. We didn’t even know it was coming out, we didn’t even ask for a review copy. It just appeared like the haunted video tape in The Ring and I knew it was going to be about as much fun as it too. But no matter how much you know better, there is always a little part of you that lives to hope; at this point I think it’s called Sonic Fan Syndrome. That part of me died a little bit after playing this game though."
My kids had fun playing this game, but the songs within their age group were a bit sparse. The regular just Dance 2014 had more songs they liked but it also had some songs I didn't want them hearing or reading the lyrics of. Just Dance 2014 Kids is a good compromise, but could have been better if the track list could be expanded via store and DLC purchases. I can't complain about the price since it is $10 cheaper than the regular version.
"Namco Bandai Games Europe has confirmed that two combo packs will launch this month, both aimed at a family audience. Featuring The Croods: Prehistoric Party! as the lead title, the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS editions will come packaged with Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted, while the Wii release will include Rise of the Guardians: The Video Game."
"Following the release of two new clothing items featuring artwork from The Legend of Zelda last week, two new designer wallets themed on the hugely popular videogame franchise are now available. As opposed to having protagonist Link emblazoned across them, these wallets opt for subtlety, featuring the Triforce as their key emblem."
All Call of Duty veterans know that although the game can be exciting and thrilling to play at times, it can be head-through-a-wall frustrating at other times. Gamefront have compiled a list of the top 10 most annoying things about Call of Duty online multiplayer. Do you agree or disagree?
Damn camper noobs.
The Leviathyn team sits down and discusses the best characters of the generation and somehow will come to a conclusion on the game of the year 2013. Blood will flow and it will flow, LIVE. Join the debate and help swing your favorite character or game to the forefront!
"Nintendo has today launched the Wii Sports Club programme for Wii U. Following in the footsteps of last week’s Wii Fit U, Wii Sports Club can be played via the use of a time period purchase, but it can also be purchased as individual components of a bigger package."
"The incredible Bishoujo statues from Kotobukiya have brought you everything from superheroines to Tekken fighters, and now the long-awaited line of Street Fighter members is finally set to come to Europe. Beginning with the one, the only, Chun Li, the Street Fighter Kotobukiya Bishoujo statue series will debut in the UK early next year."
Unsurprisingly the main focus for this week and month will be on Call of Duty:Ghosts. But don't forget about the other games coming out this month. Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy finally breaches European shores after a successful release in Japan. There is also the small release of those next gen consoles in two weeks time. Ok perhaps not a small release. Nevertheless, take a couple of minutes to check out this round up video for all of November's releases.
"From a galaxy far, far away, Angry Birds Star Wars launches onto home console and handheld systems today. Players will have the chance to play as their favourite Star Wars-inspired birds and fly across iconic Star Wars settings like Tatooine, Death Star, Hoth, and CloudCity in original and brand new levels."
"The big name release on the Nintendo eShop this week is the long awaited Wii Fit U. Set for release tomorrow, Wii Fit U is delivered in a digital package not too dissimilar to the Xbox 360 Kinect’s Nike+ Trainer. Beginning tomorrow Wii U owners will be able to download a free thirty one day trial of Wii Fit U, but that’s not all that’s coming this week."