A Raving Review on the Gaming Bonanza

By: jaya sinha

A raving review on the Gaming Bonanza

Console Gaming, no doubt is reaching considerable highs with people developing passion for gaming.

The feature will provide you with reviews of games that are successful to tie the interest of million of users to gaming arena.

Burnout: Paradise: The polished version of racing cars game designed initially for Sony's PS2 users. The game has not shown any sign of adulteration since its incarnation period. Still users can enjoy the same wild stunts, unforgiving steering, and breathtaking collisions.


Nothing but all remains same with the game. The franchise offerings for the same have been renovated and a bit of crash mode has been changed. The crash mode which has been a fans favorite list since it was launched; Paradise Criterion changes it with a new minigame which it can be triggered after every crash. Yet the game is supported by Xbox 360 and PS3, but the difference lies in the support offered. With Xbox 360 player can enjoy sound tracks but with PS3 these are on the missing list. PS3 sports visual effects and better trigger controls taking a edge over "Red Rings of Death."


Devil May Cry 4: With its adventure and action packed stride all through the game, it remains must to play for any hard core gamer. The game is typically designed for Xbox 360. The game is hit among users with its lush green 3D environments, shooting battles, and above all its antihero Dante. With its roots penetrated in the old school game tradition, the game offers inspiration to other copy cats and has a point of attraction to mass users across globally. Only the design part can be blamed for the unsuccessful appeal to the users. The game is offered in 20 stages and is a mix of struggle and puzzle solving. The stages remain interlinked and thus attracting hard core gamers to try hands on.

To look at the most ugly side of anti hero Dante, the game compels you to tackle the game on the utmost difficult side.


Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga: This one imitates the "Star Wars" series and can be very rightly said the fun package of it. Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a combination of Lego Star Wars and Lego Star Wars II. It is entitled as the biggest entertainment in gaming industry with cute toys and cartoony graphics, the game is a parody of the blockbuster "Star Wars series". It is intended for Wii users.

Each level of the game creates a scene from the movie and cast you as Legos. The battle zone seems not so struggling and at every level there are scattered piles of Lego that can bounce. These Lego can be used to solve any puzzle, or can be "build" into elements to collect that extra currency of the game. The game is worth trying if you have not tried the earlier trilogy.

The gaming gamut is wider enough but the picks are the best for each console in terms of user ratings and appreciation.

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