[Guides] Toy Story 3A license-based game that's actually good? Yes! And this guide can help you get through it in great shape...
Get all of the intel you need to turn those evil machines into scrap metal.
Would you believe that I've never watched a Terminator film from start to finish? Once while I was on break at work, I saw part of the second film on TV because someone had left it on that channel, but I never even got to see Arnold. Nearly everything I know about that film series comes from jokes people make on the Internet.
Well, and from playing Terminator: Salvation for PlayStation 3 when I wrote the guide for it...
As my Terminator: Salvation review will tell you, that wasn't the best of experiences. The game was a bit glitchy, and the design was rather unimaginative. I guess the film is pretty decent, but you wouldn't know it from playing the overly generic game.
I have written many words to help you clear this game about writing many words.
Before I received an assignment to write a guide for the second installment in the series, I had watched the Scribblenauts franchise with interest. It seemed like something that would be right up my alley, but I was going through a phase where I didn't like to buy a lot of portable games, and that kept me from pulling the trigger.
Eventually, when IGN offered me related work, I finally got to dip my toes in the Scribblenauts universe. As my Super Scribblenauts review will attest, I liked what I found. As someone who loves words, the basic concept appeals to me a great deal, and the team at 5th Cell did a great job of turning that promising idea into a solid puzzle experience.
Gather the goodies and lead your monkey balls to the finish line with help from this handy guide.
As a long-time fan of SEGA's most popular primates, I anticipated that any Super Monkey Ball 3D review I might write would end with a recommendation that you pick up the game at the earliest opportunity. After all, there was once a point when I had to decide between purchasing Super Mario Galaxy and Super Monkey Ball 2 and I went with the latter.
Unfortunately, Super Monkey Ball is a franchise that hasn't ever really been as good as it was for its first installment. I keep buying the new ones and hoping for the best, but I've been disappointed more often than not.
Let this guide carry you through an adventure in a galaxy far, far away.
"Oh yeah," I said to myself when I was gong through my files to remind myself what guide work I had done, "that game exists and I wrote a guide for it!"
The game, of course, was Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Republic Heroes, which is based on an animated television show. That show recently ended, an apparent casualty of Disney's purchase of LucasFilm, but there was a time when the program was a Cartoon Network mainstay. It inspired several games, this one among them.
                                                            
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