Xbox 360

Juju

It's a dull romp through exquisite scenery,a perfect example of how you should not judge a book by its cover. Despite moment's of brilliance, it's hard to recommend to an audience of any age, whether it be a fifty year old gaming aficionado or a five year old infant.

Juju

Rayman Legends

Any control issues aside, Rayman Legends never ceases to be enjoyable. The game is so fully featured that it makes Rayman Origins seem like a prototype. From the game’s delightful tone to it’s gorgeous graphics and top notch level design, Legends is better than Origins quantitatively and qualitatively. Not only that, it’s one of the best games of 2013 and one of the best platformers of all time. Maybe even better than Rayman 2.

Rayman Legends

Double Fine Happy Action Theater

It’s obvious that the technology is a long way from being perfect or even serviceable in a “hardcore” game but it’s fun.  It is by no means a reason to buy a Kinect, but if you have a Kinect and at least one friend to play this with, you NEED to own this game. And this is the only Kinect game I can say that about.

Double Fine Happy Action Theater

All Zombies Must Die

It’s a real shame too, because a top down RPG with zombies and insanity could be totally awesome.  Overall though AZMD misses its mark too many times and creates a stagnant game that is just like the enemies that populate the world; brainless fodder that is only mildly funny a small percentage of the time.

All Zombies Must Die