The Top 5 Games of Right Now

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And by “right now” we really mean a two to three week period! That’s right, it’s time once again to take a look at what games Lazygamer, along with Kalahari.net can cover in chocolate and have you salivating at the mouth for.

In this edition, hit the dance floor on some remote alien world while sporting some fashionable spandex, getting that critical head shot and finish it all off with a skull crushing fatality. Hit the jump as we take a look at a collection of five games, some of which are available now, and some of which are right around the corner.

Michael Jackson: The Experience (Kinect)
Platforms: PlayStation 3 Move, Xbox 360, Wii
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Publisher: Ubisoft
Available: Right now!
Kalahari.net price: R345.95 (delivered in 24 hours)

Michael Jackson: The Experience (Kinect) is designed to get you off the couch and grooving to MJ’s music and songs. Using a brand new technology called Player Projection, the game will pull your body image into the game, allowing you to break it down in your own MJ video.

Why should you care about this game? Well, Lazygamer just put this one through our review machine (Gavin) and overall it came out with a solid 8.0. So hit the link, check out the review and tick it off the list: Michael Jackson: The Experience Reviewed on Kinect – Don’t stop till you get enough

WWE All Stars
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii
Developer:THQ San Diego
Publisher: THQ
Available: Right now!
Kalahari.net price: R419.95 (delivered in 24 hours)

WWE All Stars will give you all the biggest and greatest roster ever assembled in a wrestling game. With its stylized appearance and over the top atmosphere and attitude, WWE All Stars is looking to be the wrestling game of the year.

Why should you care about this game? For the same reason that we loved Fight Night Champion. Put the old against the new, Hogan against the Rock, Hart against Edge! Enough said!

Last Updated: April 20, 2011

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